The Byron Bay has a number of restaurants and cafes. The streets where dining will be found in Byron Bay would be Jonson Street, Bay Lane, Fletcher Street, Lawson Street and out at Arts & Industry Estate. Be sure to explore the wider region as there are a number of destination eateries dotted throughout the hinterland
Nightlife in Byyron
Make an evening of it and enjoy one of the most pumping bar and pub scenes. The Beach Hotel at 1 Bay Street is known as the go to place in Byron Bay. Byron Bay Brewery is simply a no-brainer. It provides the opportunity to enjoy many excellent freshly brewed beers and enjoy some great live music and another Byron favourite, The Northern Hotel. A live band venue is like stepping into this old style hotel with a grand old pub will feel like you’ve been transported to the inner city of Melbourne.
There are many reasons to visit Byron Bay North Coast NSW Australia. Above all, the attractions like Cape Byron Marine Park, Minyon Falls and lookout, Wategos Beach, dive or snorkel at Julian Rock and more
For the family
Explore kid-friendly Circus Arts Byron Bay and Byron for Kids. Spend a day at the Tallow Beach or take in the views from Captain Cook Lookout
The Cape Byron Lighthouse is a great example of colonial architecture, ith its striking white silhouette has become an icon of Byron Bay. Sitting on Australia’s most easterly point, is a active heritage-listed lighthoue, maritime museum and retail building