Byron Bay

Byron Bay is 65 kilometres South of Tweed Heads on the beautiful N.S.W. Northern Coast

Gold Coast Beaches
Kirra Point Lookout
Rainbow Bay
Snapper Rocks
CoolangattaLennox Head
Byron Bay
MacIntosh Bridge
Natural Bridge
Hastings Point
Springbrook Falls

About Us


Byron Bay is a favoutite of many visitors from the rich to backpackers. There is accomodation for all requirements in over 300+ accomodation venues.


Captain Cook named it Cape Byron in 1770 and settlers have been in the area since the 1840s. It was a working community and a whaling station. Thankfully, that was discontinued and today whalle watching is a new thrill to behold.


Local beaches.

The Lighthouse was constructed in 1901.

There is ample parking for visitors to the Lighthouse at the top or take a leisurely stroll up the hill and enjoy the sights.

This is also a very good place for whale watching.

Looking in a Northely aspect.

Looking South from the Lighthouse.

The most Easterly point in Australia is at the Lighthouse.

Years ago, wild goats used to roam free around the Lighthouse. 

The Tasman.