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If your ready for a good uphill walk with wonderful views, head to the lighthouse don't forget to take your swimmers!
Drive up to / or walk the Lighthouse loop from Main Beach or Clarkes, along the coast and up to Australia's most easterly point, past the Lighthouse and back down through the forest. Spot dolphins, turtles, eagles and between May & November whales.
he Cape Byron Lighthouse walk is a Byron Bay experience not to be missed! It is a stunning hike by the beach, through rainforest & across clifftops with incredible ocean and hinterland views along the way. Be prepared for some incredible wildlife encounters too! Here is some essential information…
you'll enjoy some of the best views of the ocean and hinterland on the entire coast, including regular sightings of turtles, dolphins and humpback whales.
“The Farm is principally a working farm, home to a collection of independent businesses all sharing in a common goal - "Grow, Feed, Educate". They invite everyone to come, visit and see for yourself how a farm operates, supports the environment and contributes to a healthier lifestyle. 'The Farm' offers daily tours of the working farm at 10am -ideal for the little ones but for me 'Three Blue Ducks' cuisine & Bakery are the attraction. Earlier visit I had the Portuguese custard tart & coffee from the Bakery - just superb. This can be bought as take-away or consumed onsite at casual benches. However today I thoroughly enjoyed the ever so tender Coconut Pork main course & indulged in savouring the Bread & Butter Pudding, miso butterscotch, vanilla bean ice-cream & honeycomb! Having had no breakfast - how decadent! The chef couldn't have improved either. Beautiful flavours. Long queues being holiday time but the busy, professional staff handled the over flow of people waiting for tables. It's a must when visiting Byron Bay.”
“The view from Minyon Falls lookout is the best in the area; not only of the falls themselves, but on a clear day you might be lucky to see all the way out to the coast. From the lookout, watch the cascades flow over Minyon Falls to a deep palm-shaded gorge roughly 100m below. The tops of the cliffs are forested with Australian eucalypts, like blackbutt and scribbly gum. At the base of the falls is a beautiful natural pool that was made for swimming. Minyon Falls is a great place for a quick stop, but if you’d like to spend longer at this pretty place, there's a picnic area with plenty of shady trees, barbecues and picnic tables. There are also a couple of bushwalks that leave from the picnic area, including Boggy Creek walk, which takes you to Rummery Park campground, and Minyon Falls walking track, which takes you down to the base of the falls.”
“World famous beach front pub- family friendly, food, outdoor areas, a great live music venue. Just down Bay Street from Bayview. ”
“Harvest Newrybar restaurant, bakery and deli showcases the diversity of the wonderful local region. LUNCH & DINNER 7 DAYS, BREAKFAST WEEKENDS”