Brunswick Heads is a beautiful coastal village on the mouth of the Brunswick River. The town is located on the doorstep of many glorious beaches such as Brunswick Heads Beach, a popular spot for swimmers and anglers alike.
About Brunswick Heads
Despite the ever-increasing popularity of this stretch of coast, Brunswick Heads has remained almost unchanged, very much a traditional, relaxed and unpretentious coastal town. The town is a 15-minute drive from Byron Bay.
Situated at the mouth of the Brunswick River, the area has white sandy beaches, a breakwater and harbour, making it a great location to enjoy a wide range of water activities such as yabbying, boating and kayaking.
Meet the town's friendly locals at the Brunswick Heads' monthly markets, held in the Memorial Park on the first Saturday of each month. The market is located on the riverbank and is within easy walking distance of cafés and shops.
Between the months of May - October Brunswick Heads is a great location for whale-watching and is often visited by pods of dolphins.
Saturday 6 June to Saturday 6 June 2015
Old and Gold Festival Brunswick Heads will once again bec
Fly into Ballina Airport
Ballina Byron Gateway Airport is located 5 km from Ballina’s town centre and 35 km from Byron Bay. Use the shuttle bus or taxi services available at the terminal to make the short trip to these coastal destinations. Alternatively, rent a car from the hire services available at the airport and explore the region at your own pace.
Shops and cafes at Brunswick Heads.
Brunswick Heads Kites and Bikes Festival. Image David Young for Northern Rivers Tourism
Boating on Brunswick river at Brunswick Heads. Image David Young for Northern Rivers Tourism