Offers great views of the coastline and is the site of the most eastern point of Australia. Also a popular sunrise viewing spot.
Byron Bay is a small coastal village in the far north east of New South Wales. Good coffee, food and quaint stores are around every corner, plenty to satisfy both the curious and the enthusiastic visitor. There are also many things you can do while in Byron Bay such as learn to surf, skydiving, micro-lighting or hang-gliding, kayaking with the dolphins, tours of the region, horse riding, golf, fishing, circus skills and art workshops or visiting one of the many attractions. There are also many things to keep the children amused!
A short drive inland from Byron Bay brings you to a sophisticated Bangalow, presenting instant charm with its artisan cafes and galleries lining the main street. An ideal destination for the curious and gourmet traveller.
The Macadamia Castle
The Macadamia Castle has proven to be one of the area's most popular activities for over 35 years. Its offerings include an Animal Park, Cafe, Nut Bar, Fine Foods section and Retail store, providing plenty of entertainment and education as well. An ideal outing for the family and a great destination when discovering the district, and a relaxing stop for food, coffee and kids' activities.
Tropical Fruit World
The home of the world’s largest variety of tropical fruit. Open daily from 10 am until 4 pm Eastern Standard Time, except Christmas Day. Entry into the Plantation Pavilions is free. Here you can purchase fresh tropical fruits and ice creams, drinks and mouth-watering lunches. Plus their famous natural skincare and gourmet products.
Located a short stroll from relaxed Tweed Heads, Point Danger lies at the border of Queensland and New South Wales. From its clifftops, you can soak in the breathtaking views of the coastline, watch the kitesurfers to tame the wind and the waves or even make the spirited trek down to the beachfront. Definitely, a must-visit destination for all visitors both young and mature!