Byron Bay Beach
Byron Bay is located in the northeastern corner of New South Wales. Its about 772 km from Sydney and 165 kms south of Brisbane. Byron Bay Beach is one of Australia's most famous destinations. An entrance to the beach at Byron Bay with miles of beautiful, sandy beaches, you can always find a nice quite spot. The natural beauty of the beaches and lush hinterland make it a perfect place to live in style and warmth too. Surfing, yoga, shopping, clubbing, pubbing, dining, diving - it's a place to do it all or you could just lie down and have a well deserved rest. The clear waters of the beach make it suitable for scuba diving and swimming. Byron Bay Lighthouse sits on a hill above Byron. he lighthouse is still operating and is open for public visits. From the top you have a 360 degrees view of all the surroundings and also of the town and adjacent mountains.
It is also possible from the top to even spot Wales and Dolphins. The beach is a hot spot for surfing and hence you will find many youngsters at the bay going surfing. There are numerous shops that rent surfboards for reasonable prices, usually around 10-15 dollars an hour. For amateurs, the Byron Bay Surf School offers lessons for less than 50 dollars for four hours. There are a lot of restaurants and cafes located in the vicinity that offer good service.