Byron Bay Area
Famous for its hippies and surf culture, Byron Bay is one of Australia’s most laid-back places. Many visitors come for the area’s magnificent beaches, while others enjoy the historical and natural attractions. For your stay in Byron Bay, we recommend the following hotels:
This part of the New South Wales coast, the eastern-most location in the country, is a popular spot to go on holidays. In addition to nine acclaimed surfing beaches, there are places to scuba dive, snorkel, kayak, hang glide, skydive, bicycle, and view whales and dolphins. The Cape Byron State Conservation Park features the Captain Cook Lookout, which can be reached via a 3.7km loop trail through the rainforest called the Cape Byron Walking Track.
The Cape Byron Lighthouse, in operation since 1901, houses a museum and a cafe. The Farm is an agricultural community that grows vegetables, raises cattle, and runs a restaurant and bakery. Byron Bay hosts a number of annual events, such as music concerts, a film festival and the Nimblin Mardigrass. A variety of outdoor markets offer local produce, arts and crafts, and clothes. To visit that places you can try the Top Rated Hotel Absolute Beachfront Opal Cove Resort
Byron Bay is a 90-minute flight from Sydney; two hours from Melbourne. Most planes arrive at The Gold Coast Airport, a 45-minute drive from town. Among the airlines providing service are Qantas, Virgin Australia, TigerAir and Jetstar. Some visitors travel to the region on the Pacific Highway, which takes about nine hours from Sydney and two hours from Brisbane. Buses provide transportation in and around Byron Bay.
If you want to stay near to Gold Coast Airport you have many options, for example:
- Gold Coast Airport Accommodation – La Costa Motel
- Gold Coast Airport Motel
- Pacific Place Apartments
- Coolangatta YHA
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The best time to explore the area is from September to November, when temperatures are the most pleasant, but the climate is almost always nice. Even in winter, the average daily high is 22C. Surfing is possible throughout the year. Typical expenses for a day in Byron Bay amount to about AU$165. The average cost of of meals is AU$66, and a mid-range motel room for two people rents for AU$143.