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Attractions in and around Byron Bay

The Byron at Byron Resort and Spa

Byron at Byron

There are a few places in the Byron Bay area that take your breath away, The Byron at Byron Resort and Spa is one of them – not only because it’s beautiful, but because by the time you leave here, you’ll be breathing a lot slower.

Masters art of relaxation and rejuvenation, The Byron at Byron’s “nothing is too much trouble” take on every interaction with their guests is really what sets this magical place apart from so many other businesses offering boutique, luxury accommodation in the area.

Byron Bay Luxe Limousines are proud to partner with The Byron at Byron because we share the same values when it comes to customer service, and we genuinely care about what we do – A LOT!

At Byron Bay Luxe, we often hear feedback on people’s way home, and over the years have got to know what people really want. We know who’s “getting it right” and who isn’t and The Byron at Byron are definitely getting it right.

So what exactly does “getting it right” mean anyway? Well, it means day spa to die for, world class wellness, the most beautiful of beaches on your door step, magical gardens surrounded by a forest filled with native flora, fauna and little critters of all kinds. It means five star open-air dining by candlelight, the perfect pool, rooms that pride themselves on the little things that matter and the kind of service that leaves you feeling more like long lost family than a paying guest.

The healing sounds of nature fill the air in this amazing place with more than ninety bird species singing in symphony and meandering boardwalks that lead to unforgettable sunrises and sunsets.

This Asian inspired sub-tropical piece of paradise set on 18-hectares of rainforest is far enough away from Byron to feel isolated, but close enough to nip into town for a bit of retail therapy or dinner at one of the wonderful restaurants that now call this iconic beachside town home.

Catering for every occasion – from ultimate romantic escapes to the best in business conferences and fun family holidays, we can vouch for the fact that The Byron at Byron delivers way beyond expectation, leaving you refreshed and inspired long after you leave.

For more information and bookings go to or call the Guest Relations Team on 02 6639 2105.

Byron Business Events Bureau 

Byron bay Events Bureau

At Byron Bay Luxe Limousines we work with many businesses and corporate clients and know first-hand how important it is to work with event and conference planners who really know what they’re doing. This is why we partner with the Byron Business Events Bureau (BBEB), who have extensive event organisation experience.

Byron Bay has a strong reputation for being a hub of creativity and innovation. It’s the region where so many amazing ideas are born and is home to an increasing number of inspiring, award-winning businesses.

For conferencing and events, Byron is unsurpassed. This region offers a wide selection of venues with state of the art technology and accommodation options that suit every budget.

The team at the Byron Business Events Bureau are highly experienced professionals. They know the art of event management inside-out and are only too happy to help. The Bureau is the perfect one-stop shop for all things conferences. You find exactly what you need, all in one location.

With so many details to consider, the Bureau not only takes the headache out of planning your event in this stunning region, but they’ll go to great lengths to make it a thoroughly enjoyable experience.

By partnering with the BBEB you get a 360 degree, one on one event and conference planning consultation at no cost, and you can be sure they only recommend the best. This will save you precious time and money, and also avoid the type of stress that so often goes with organising a major event – particularly in an area you might not be so familiar with.

All you need to do is simply complete an event form on their website then you’ll receive a detailed proposal suggesting best suppliers in keeping with your budget. So easy!

For more information go to, call the BBEB team on 02 6626 7121 or email

Byron Latin Fiesta

Byron Latin Fiesta

We love supporting events that help people live outside the box and get a fresh perspective on life. Byron Bay offers so many amazing events throughout the years, and the Annual Byron Latin Fiesta is hands down one of the best!

The 12th Fiesta is happening this year from the 3rd to the 5th of November. This fun and fabulous event has a reputation of being one of the best Latin dancing events in Australia, and prides itself on being accessible to both people who have never stepped on a dance floor as well as those who really know how to shake their booty.

For three days and four nights, this very special festival lights up the streets of Byron, bringing the local Latin dance community together, giving the professionals the chance to really showcase their talent while also educating and inspiring those new to the scene with loads of beginner workshops.

There’s no doubt that dancing is good for the soul and that in Australia we simply don’t dance enough. The Latin Fiesta is a great chance to see exactly why Latin dance has taken the world by storm and feel the rhythm of some amazing music at one of the many workshops or parties.

With international, national and local teachers and performers, plus live bands and Latin DJs lined up, there no shortage of opportunities to learn from the best and let your hair down.

So whether you’re watching from the sidelines, getting your grove on or sipping margaritas at the famous after parties at Guzman Y Gomez, you’re sure to have the time of your life as a little bit of Latino culture graces the streets of Byron next month. See you there!

Festival Program:

Pre-Party – Thursday, November 2nd
Opening Night Party – Friday, November 3rd
Day time dance workshops + night time parties – Saturday, November 4th
Day time dance workshops + Night time parties – Sunday, November 5th

Plus Master Classes with international instructors and a new Talk Series!

Dance styles include: Cuban Salsa, LA Salsa, Bachata, Kizomba, Zouk, Reggaeton, Afro, Samba, Zouk & more…

For more info and tickets go to

“Dance to inspire, dance to freedom, life is about experiences so dance and let yourself become free.” – Shah Asad Rizvi

Magical Mount Warning

Mount Warning

The Northern Rivers region showcases the world’s oldest subtropical rainforests, magnificent beaches stretching from the Gold Coast to Byron Bay and mountains forged by ancient volcanoes more than 23 million years ago.

The Mt. Warning Rainforest Park is located right between the Gold Coast and Byron Bay, providing the perfect base to explore the cosy mountain villages, lush rainforests, towering waterfalls, golden beaches, funky craft markets and hidden art galleries.

Be the first in Australia to see the sunrise from the top of Mt Warning. The 8.8 km, five hour return walk through the rainforest, culminates in breathtaking 360 degree views around the ancient caldera with coastal views stretching from The Gold Coast to Byron Bay.

Winding upwards from the Breakfast Creek parking area, the Mount Warning summit track passes through a variety of vegetation communities. Subtropical and temperate rainforest, wet sclerophyll forest and heath shrub land are all encountered on your journey. The climb ends with a challenging rock scramble before reaching the summit, the perfect place to picnic before heading back down again.

As an alternative to climbing the mountain, enjoy a shorter walk catering for the less energetic. The Lyrebird Track crosses Breakfast Creek before winding some 200m through palm forest to a platform set amongst the lush tropical rainforest. A picnic at The Korrumbyn Creek Picnic Area, situated on the left hand side of the road as you drive towards the mountain, also makes for a great day out.

 Seven Mile Beach

 Seven Mile Beach

South of Byron Bay towards Lennox Head stretches Seven Mile Beach. This expansive sweep of rugged beach bordered by coastal wilderness feels untamed and primitive. Untouched by development, it’s the perfect place to surf a serious wave solo, ride horses on pristine sands, join the seasoned fisherman beach fishing along the shore, or just enjoy a secluded day on this incredible part of the coastline.

Kick off your shoes and feel the sand between your toes as you stroll back along the beach. Once you reach Lennox Head there’s access behind the Surf Life Saving Club to Lake Ainsworth, a freshwater tea-tree lake ideal for small boats and picnicking under the paperbark trees.

Pack a gourmet picnic and spend a lazy afternoon under the shade of a nearby tree at one of the many secluded spots or head to one of the many fabulous cafes in Lennox Village for a bit to eat.

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Minyon Falls

Byron Bay Things to Do in September Part 2

Things to Do – Minyon Falls


Minyon Falls Byron Bay

A visit to the Byron Bay area isn’t complete without a visit to the magical Minyon Falls. This worthy walking track offers a gorgeous day out and the opportunity to experience a range of forests, pristine creeks and a spectacular waterfall in Nightcap National Park, which was added to the Gondwana Rainforests of Australia World Heritage Site in 1986.

Winding through Nightcap escarpment, this track is sure to both challenge and delight bushwalking fans. Leading through a rainforest to a scenic waterfall the view of the falls themselves and the coast (on a clear day) is something to behold indeed.

From the lookout, watch the cascades flow over to a deep palm-shaded gorge below that serves as a beautiful natural pool that is perfect for swimming.

Minyon Falls Byron Bay is a great place for a quick stop, but if you’d like to spend longer at this special place, there’s a picnic area with plenty of shady trees, barbecues and picnic tables. There are also a couple of bushwalks that leave from the picnic area, including one trail that follows a 4.5km route from the top of the falls, across the ridge, near Quandong Falls, down into the valley to the bottom of the Minyon falls. This track continues for 2.5km to Minyon Grass, then joins the road for 1.2km back to the falls car park to form a loop. A shorter, 2.5 km track runs from Minyon Grass to the bottom of the falls.[5] Another walking trail in the area is the Boggy Creek Walk from the Rummery Park Campground to the top of the Falls (45 minutes each way).

Note: this walk is in a remote location and weather can be unpredictable, so ensure you’re well-prepared, bring appropriate clothing and equipment, and advise a family member or friend of your travel plans.


Main Beach Byron Bay


Byron Bay Beach

Byron Bay is unique in so many ways, but one of the biggest jewels in this world famous town’s crown would have to be its beaches and right in front of the town is one of the best!

Main Beach is located directly in front of the town of Byron Bay and continues southeast toward Clarke’s Beach and the lighthouse. A large grassy park with play equipment, picnic tables and barbeques occupies the beachfront and continues south beyond the Surf Club. This beach’s safe, north-facing curve of beach offers a popular surfing break, soft white sand and turquoise ocean as far as the eye can see.

The Surf Club, which opened in 1907, is the second oldest Club north of Sydney and provides the Surf Lifesavers that patrol the beach year round.

Main Beach is popular with young swimmers and families alike, as most of the waves that reach the shore need to refract around Cape Byron, limiting wave height and providing safer swimming conditions. This also means that the surf breaks are relatively small.

Main Beach is also great for snorkelling adventures. The State’s most northerly Aquatic Reserve is positioned about 3km from the shore around the area of Julian Rocks. This area has many caves and corals that attract both tropical and temperate fish. It is a popular place for snorkelling and diving. You can also snorkel out to the Tassie II, a wreck just off the coast.

Clarkes Beach


Situated between Main Beach and the Pass, Clarkes Beach is an idyllic north-facing beach with beachfront parking, amenities and Caravan Park. A protected area, with near-perfect swimming conditions all year round, the waves here are relatively small in the area, attracting many of the learn-to-surf programs.

Clarke’s beach provides ideal conditions for many water activities, including body boarding, windsurfing, paragliding, kite-surfing and long boarding. Humpback whales have also been known to frolic in the waters of the bay with their calves, as they head back to Antarctica in the wintertime.

The Pass


Situated between the Fisherman’s Lookout and the headland, The Pass beach curves around, facing a north-easterly direction. Waves that refract around Cape Byron therefore run at near right angles toward the shore which can create dangerous swimming conditions but also internationally recognised surf. The positioning of the bay creates long, tubing right-handers that are considered world class and puts the Pass into the Top 15 best surf beaches in Australia.

The Fisherman’s Lookout is a large wooden structure, with a platform at the top from which you can admire the beautiful view, the crowds of surfers, fish, dolphins, and migrating whales during the Winter.

If you are looking for limousine car and driver hire to take your party to Minyon Falls Byron Bay; require transfers from Ballina Byron airport, or need any assistance on how to get to Byron Bay from Gold Coast, contact us today.

Whats On in Byron Bay

The Byron Writers Festival 2017

Looking for something to do the weekend of August 4-6?  The Byron Writers Festival is Australia’s largest and leading regional writers’ festival, held in August every year at its iconic beachside location at Elements Resort. Renowned for its sense of community and thought-provoking programming, the festival explores the importance of literature and debate in shaping our lives.

Byron Bay whats on

This year, yet another riveting line-up of writers and thinkers will converge on beautiful Byron Bay to inspire and entertain all those interested in art of writing and anyone who just loves to read a good book. The Byron Writers Festival is the central hub to the Northern Rivers’ active, vibrant literary culture. The purpose of this annual event is to create and delivers programs that involve and enrich professional, amateur and aspiring writers (and readers) of all ages.

The promotion of literature (particularly Australian), enhancing the skills of writers, and fostering a culture of reading and writing among all age groups in the Northern Rivers and beyond forms the foundation of this very special festival.  This year, the festival will see more than 130 writers join panels on 120-plus sessions over the 3-day event, welcoming artists, environmentalists, philosophers, journalists and musicians as well as our more traditional storytellers.

‘The 21st Byron Writers Festival program aims to soar high across many different dominions. We seek to inspire, engage and cultivate accessible conversations between our writer guests and avid audiences,’ says Festival Director, Edwina Johnson. ‘We are especially proud of this year’s Program – for its cultural diversity, scope and probing amalgamation of important topics and different writing genres.’

Acclaimed Australian novelists include Kate Grenville, Ashley Hay, Anita Heiss, Hannah Kent, A.S. Patric, Nicolas Rothwell, Kim Scott and Byron Bay based Rob Drewe who will launch his new novel Whipbird at the Festival. They join a best-selling line-up of Australian crime writers, including David Free, Mirandi Riwoe (M.J. Tjia), Michael Robotham and Jock Serong.

ABIA Award winner and rock icon Jimmy Barnes will discuss his bestselling, critically acclaimed memoir, Working Class Boy. Legendary singer and songwriter Tex Perkins will reveal his newly released autobiography. The two will come together for a special ABC Radio National session with presenter Sarah Kanowski. Sarah Blasko will feature in a one-on-one conversation with The Saturday Paper’s Erik Jensen as well as a Music Makers session with musician and novelist Holly Throsby.

This year’s festival reveals an exciting and compelling program across six stages and will be complemented by diverse writers’ workshops, satellite events and literary dinners throughout Byron Bay and the wider Northern Rivers region. For more information and tickets go to or call (02) 6685 5115

 “Read, read, read. Read everything — trash, classics, good and bad, and see how they do it. Just like a carpenter who works as an apprentice and studies the master. Read! You’ll absorb it.
Then write. If it’s good, you’ll find out. If it’s not, throw it out of the window.”
 – William Faulkner  –


Whale Watching

Byron Bay whats on

From headlands and beaches to cruise boats and kayaks, the Byron Bay region is wonderful for watching whales on their annual migration along the spectacular NSW coast. Enjoy watching these magnificent creatures at Australia’s most easterly point between May and November, when whales migrate in their thousands.

The Byron Bay region, offers excellent opportunities to spot whales frolicking around Brunswick HeadsByron BayLennox Head and Ballina. Land-based vantage points include. In Ballina, head for Lighthouse Hill and the viewing platforms at Angels Beach, Flat Rock and Skennars Head. Rocky Point and the Pat Morton Lookout in Lennox Head are popular too.

For the chance to get even closer to the whales, Go Sea Kayak Byron Bay and Cape Byron Kayaks offer kayaking tours to observe these majestic mammals up close and Sundive Byron Bay offer the opportunity to  view whales while snorkelling at Julian Rocks.

A whale-watching cruise with Blue Bay Whale WatchingByron Bay Eco Charter or Whale Watching Byron Bay is another exciting way to experience these amazing animals up close, with some of the cruise boats having hydrophones that enable you to listen to the whales singing.

To see where the whales are right now check out the Wild About Whales app. Enjoy!


Belongil Beach & The Wreck

When you think about what to do on a sunny day in Byron Bay, it doesn’t get much better than lazing on one of the many stunning beaches that grace these shores. Surrounded by natural beauty, you’ll find it easy to unwind and relax on soft sand, enjoy invigorating swims in crystal-clear water and glorious sunrises and sunsets over the deep blue ocean.

Byron Bay whats on

Whether it’s swimming, surfing, kayaking fishing, or just rolling out your towel and relaxing on the soft sand Byron Bay’s gorgeous beaches have something that will suit everyone.

Belongil is great place to walk anytime of the day, but if you’re looking for something to do in the early morning this beach is pure magic! Wake before sunrise, grab a coffee and take in the views that stretch north towards Brunswick Heads where you can witness Mount Warning in all it’s glory in the distance.

In the evening, head down to the main beach car park at sunset to enjoy the famous drumming circle that happens Friday to Sunday. Dance with diverse characters, musicians and vagabond travellers as they celebrate the end of another beautiful day in Byron Bay.

A short walk from the Main Beach and centre of town The Wreck named after the remains of the Wollongbar ship lodged just 30m offshore. The ship lost its tie to the old Byron Bay Pier during a cyclone in 1922 and sank. It now provides great snorkelling options and surf in the right conditions. Dogs are allowed here, providing the opportunity to socialise with other dog lovers or just enjoy a swim or surf when the swell is up.

We hope you’ve enjoyed our latest Byron Bay whats on guide. Click here and here to read our previous blogs about things to do in and around Byron Bay.

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Activities and Accommodation in Byron Bay

Byron Bay Accommodation


The friendly and helpful team at Byron Bay Luxury Homes can assist you with finding that outstanding accommodation you have been looking for. It is their excellence of service and prestige properties that offer the best in the bay.

Byron Bay’s premier holiday accommodation agency, providing an exclusive variety of high-end and luxury Byron Bay accommodation options to cater for every type of getaway whether it’s a romantic retreat, a luxury apartment or an idyllic beach house.

Byron Bay Accommodation

Winter specials

While we are talking about amazing stays in Byron, Byron Bay Luxury Homes have some great winter specials going. You can check out some stunning locations for your winter escape to Byron here:

Head over to Byron Bay Luxury Homes blog page and take a look at some of the fantastic activities available around Byron. The team have put together a great line-up of the best of the region and their personal favourites with some wonderful images to get you excited about your adventure.

If getting out further into the hinterland is your thing, Byron Bay Luxe Limousines can drive you in style. If it’s a day of shopping around in the region, or a special lunch or dinner at one of the many restaurants situated out of Byron, BBLL can make sure you can relax and have a personalised service to take you there and bring you back. All you have to do is sit back and enjoy the view.

Byron Bay Accommodation

Byron Bay Waterfalls

Just Go Chasing Waterfalls

Get out and about, go adventuring and discover the charms of the Northern Rivers with Byron Bay Luxe Limousines. The hinterland is a tropical paradise full of fresh rivers and swimming holes, waterfalls surrounded by lush green forest. READ MORE

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Byron Bay Goodness

Where do we start? The beaches, the food, the music, coffee, hinterland drives….

Ok you all know the obvious right? The lighthouse, sunsets and surfing at The Pass, the famous Wategoes, but we have hand-picked a few of our favourite haunts and jaunts around this paradise for your enjoyment. There are plenty more.READ MORE