Bryon Bay

Bryon Bay; where we go to get ‘high’ on life and happiness, where shoes, bras and showering are optional and where drum circles and lighthouse walks are apart of daily life.

You don’t need a rubber arm to go to Byron because we all know why we go; to soak up the mesmerising surroundings of natural beauty and immerse yourself in the unique culture of living in a dream-like existence for as long as possible. Therefore, writing a blog to inspire you to visit for the first time or again and again seems rather useless.

But, sometimes you can get so lost in that dream-like state that you do not even think to explore further or deeper in to what this breathtaking part of Australia has to offer.

We are #sorrynotsorry in advance for giving you another reason, or two, to pencil in a Byron trip.


Killen Falls

Situated in the Hinterland, 20 minutes South of Byron Bay, Killen Falls is a 10m waterfall that plunges in to a swimming hole surrounded by rainforest rugged cliff edges and caves.

The short walk from the car park winds along a creek and through lush foliage before entering on to a platform that overlooks that waterfall and water hole.

Whilst frolicking in the middle of the day would ideal due to the insane hinterland water temperatures, the best time to visit is first thing in the morning so that you can potentially avoid the sometimes over-crowed waterfall arena.

Broken Head Nature Reserve

Accessed via Seven Mile Beach Road, just 10 minute drive south from the town centre, Broken Heads Nature Reserve offers hypnotic views of the East Coast from the steep rainforest slopes that meet secluded bays.

Pack a picnic and enjoy exploring this idyllic isolated Byron destination.  Enjoy the walk and views along the Three Sisters walking track and take one of the paths down to the bays where you will find natural caves, rock pools and uncrowded surf.

Hot tip: park at the 3rd car park along the gravel road and follow the path down to Whites Beach.

Proceed with caution though, as there is known to be more than a few “white pointers” hanging out enjoying the pristine waters.

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