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Cape Byron is the easternmost point of the mainland of Australia, located in New South Wales. It is about 3 km (1.9 mi) east of the town of Byron Bay, New South Wales. And projects into the Pacific Ocean at 28.6335° S, 153.6383° E. A lighthouse is situated there. It is a popular area for hiking and for whale watching. Two national parks, one a conservation area and a marine park, are on the bay. Content: wikipedia.org
  1. Scenic Wonders New South Wales – Tourism Guide Australia:

    […] Cape Byron. This steep, rugged promontory with its expansive views and the 1901 lighthouse is the most easterly point on Australia’s mainland. […]

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