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Things to do in the Byron Bay region

By November 8, 2019No Comments
Byron Bay things to do

Whether you’re coming to Byron Bay for a holiday, wedding or honeymoon, there’s plenty to see and do.  You can set the pace that you want – total relaxation or adrenaline junky.

Here’s a quick list of some of the local favourites:

Enjoy world class surfing beaches at Byron Bay, Lennox Head and Ballina.

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Shop ’til you drop – there’s many boutique and designer stores Byron Bay and Bangalow for example.  Prefer to browse around a market? – There’s an arts & crafts community market at different locations each week, with hundreds of colourful stalls selling fashion, arts & crafts, fresh local produce and tasty treats, gifts, furniture, toys and you can even get a massage. There’s also many farmers’ markets every week in various locations.

Byron Bay things to do

Walk up to the Cape Byron Lighthouse and be treated to 360 degree views over the ocean, Byron Bay and hinterland. It’s a great place to spot migrating whales (June  to October) and dolphins. There’s a small cafe at the top too.

Visit historic Bangalow Village – great for cafes, restaurants and boutique shops.

Take a yoga class – Byron Bay is known as the ‘Yoga Mecca of Australia’.

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Be pampered at a day spa – there’s plenty in the area.

Dive at one of the top ten dive sites in Australia – Julian Rocks, Byron Bay.

Try one of the local adventure activities like hot air ballooning or sea kayaking with dolphins in the Byron Bay marine park. There’s also skydiving, horse riding on the beach, Golf, kite surfing, stand-up paddle boarding, hang gliding and scenic tours.

Enjoy a walk or go fishing along the river at Ballina

Explore the World Heritage listed rainforests and national parks right on our doorstep! See waterfalls, ancient rainforests, stunning views and an abundance of wildlife.

Deux Belettes is a boutique guesthouse with luxury bed & breakfast accommodation and an exclusive wedding venue in the Byron Bay hinterland.