Weddings Byron Bay
Cape Byron State Conservation Park is home to Cape Byron Lighthouse. The Maritime Museum is located in the former Lighthouse Keeper’s office at the base of the lighthouse. Between June and November, humpback whales can be spotted from the park’s Captain Cook Lookout.
Byron Bay is known for its surfing and scuba diving sites. In addition, outdoor sporting opportunities are plentiful. Kayakers paddle next to dolphins and whales while hikers enjoy coastal trails. Golfers tee off at championship courses while adventurers enjoy ballooning.
Arakwal National Park is a 492-acre secluded beach retreat where visitors can go beach fishing, surfing, birdwatching, whale watching, and swimming. The park is a haven for migratory birds and animals.
Attractions in Byron Bay are numerous. Julian Rocks, an extension of Cape Byron separated by water, is an aquatic reserve designed to protect more than 500 tropical and temperate fish species. The area also provides resting and nesting grounds for seabirds such as seagulls.
Crystal Castle & Shambhala Gardens is a unique destination designed to bring peace and tranquility and deepen visitors’ sense of wellbeing. The site features the Kalachakra World Peace Stupa, an ancient labyrinth, and The Crystal Guardians, the largest crystals in the world.
Art aficionados appreciate creative venues. Lone Goat Gallery is a community gallery that offers a contemporary art space for artists and touring exhibitions. Retrospect Galleries is a fine art gallery which is known for presenting cutting edge works from Australian artists.
Byron Creative is a business community that showcases artists in their studios while Gallery Cosmosis focuses on visionary art. Out There Sculpture Garden is laid out with themed areas.
Byron Bay offers many cultural as well as sporting and recreational activities.