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Byron Bay Area Tours

Tours in Byron Bay

Lush wilderness and rolling green hills surround the Byron Bay region. Within easy reach of the coast are some of the prettiest towns on the North Coast including as Bangalow, Mullumbimby and Brunswick Heads. For something different explore them via a ride a Harley Davidson or join a cycling tour with a local guide who knows the best roads to travel.

Outdoor adventures abound with World Heritage-listed national parks that can be explored along easy walking trails and boardwalks. Foodie highlights include local farmers markets at Byron Bay and Bangalow, Tropical Fruit World - smell and taste one of the world’s largest variety of tropical fruit – and the Madura Tea plantation where you can sample locally-grown teas. All of these can be visited on a tour, including stops at local hinterland producers.

Byron Bay is also a great spot for a sea turtle snorkeling tour. The Julian Rocks Marine Reserve is one of the few snorkel sites where you can swim with tropical species found on the Great Barrier Reef. The reserve is home to three different species of sea turtle, an assortment of rays, hard and soft corals, friendly wobbegong sharks and more than 400 species of fish.

  1. Snorkel Tour

    Snorkel Tour

    Snorkelling tours of the Julian Rocks are available every day. Snorkellers are taken to the most protected and sheltered areas possible, usually the Nursery. Here the depths are shallow (three to 12 m...

  2. Monday Tour

    Monday Tour

    Visit the Newrybar plateau and the Broken Head Coffee Plantation to see the process of coffee making. On to Bangalow for morning tea, then Byron Bay, stopping at the lighthouse first. Explore the shop...

  3. Bay Gourmet

    Bay Gourmet

    The 'Bay Gourmet' is a premium experience, an indulgent afternoon walking tour, exploring the best of Byron Bay's diverse range of dining experiences and boutique producers with bountiful samples offe...

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sunrise at the Cape Byron Bay Lighthouse, Byron Bay. Image credit: Hugh Stewart;Destination NSW