Saturday 13 May 2017, Byron Bay
With a reputation for a relaxed, party location and a friendly atmosphere, the Byron Bay Triathlon is one of the nation's must-do triathlons. The course offers outstanding natural beauty which combines the iconic...
A couple enjoying sunrise at the Cape Byron Bay Lighthouse, Byron Bay. DNSW USAGE ONLY by Hugh Stewart;Destination NSW
Julian Rocks is 80 hectares of aquatic reserve with many species of tropical and temperate fish. The aquatic reserve is designed to protect marine life. Consequently collecting or destroying animals is prohibited, as is spear fishing. Activities include: diving, bird watching, fishing and photography.
Diving: renowned for its diversity of fish, corals and sponges.
Bird watching: the rocks are also a bird sanctuary for gulls, terns, tattlers, cormorants and plovers. The return of seabirds to the rocks at sunset provides spectacular viewing and a great opportunity for the photographer.
Fishing: line fishing is permitted. Take only the fish you need to satisfy your immediate needs.