‘Where to Wander’

A Spring day in Byron Bay

There’s a lot to love about this time of year – comfortable mid-20’s daytime temperatures and clear skies make for perfect beach weather, the flowers are in bloom and daylight saving gives us that bit of extra time at the end of the day to really make the most of being outdoors. So with this in mind, we thought we’d......[more]

The Fisherman's Lookout

Where to wander : The Pass Lookout

A long, leisurely stroll along the beach, best taken at low tide. Walk from the Atlantic along Main Beach onto Clarke’s, and end up at The Pass. Climb the stairway to Fisherman’s Lookout for a panoramic ocean view and watch the surfers below take on one of Byron’s busiest surf breaks. (Approx 2.1km; 1hr round-trip from the Atlantic).    ......[more]

Where to Wander: Brokenhead Nature Reserve

A tranquil alternative to Byron’s busy beaches just 10 minutes drive from the Atlantic, this oceanside reserve, where tropical rainforest meets pristine white sand, is steeped in Aboriginal history. Pack a picnic and plant your beach towels down in one of the many little coves accessible by foot for a day of surfing, fishing, sunbathing and strolling. One of the most spectacular is White’s......[more]

Where to Wander: The Cape Byron Walking Track

As beloved by locals as it is by tourists, we will happily join in the chorus that says the walk up to the lighthouse is on the Byron Bay bucket list. If you want the full experience, start at the Atlantic Reception and embark on a glorious hike that winds through rainforest, beach, grassland and cliff tops— a 3.7km loop......[more]