|Popular hotel||Waves Hotel Byron Bay|
|Popular area||Town Center|
|Nightly rates from||ZAR 1,557|
Fantastic holiday destination for families, couples or groups. Would recommend for a weekend away or an extended stay.
Lots to do and beautiful beaches for swimming, surfing or fishing.
byron is a great place to go for a relaxing holiday... the people of byron are laidback and friendly!
Byron has a unique positive and peaceful vibe. Great place to go when you need a break for a busy life in the city.
Lots of outdoors activities to keep you busy for days and also great for shopping locally :)
It is a small town with a nice beach and a lighthouse, I don't think a lot of other activities are going on since we did not have time to explore but maybe the natural parks nearby might be worth paying a visit as well.
Apart from that it was a nice and relaxing one night stay for us.
Wonderful place where you can spend quality time with the best company! the town center was great, bustling with people and surrounded by great ocean views everywhere.
Cape Bryon Lighthouse is a must- go. Go during the first light timing and be the first person in the world to catch sunrise. Awesome!
Great place during day, nice surf, amazing wildlife but at night does not feel safe! Full of boozy groups of guys!!
A Very friendly and inviting area I only stayed mainly near the town centre as I was attending a wedding up in the hills, the drive there was beauriful
Byron Bay is a very beautiful and picturesque with fantastic beaches. The town is easy to get around with shops and restaruants located along the main street.
Byron bay has many good bars and has a very fun night life. One thing I was surprised is restaruants close very early at around 9pm
There are a wide range of people at byron bay and its very much a tourist beach area. There are many night clubs to choose from if you're into that sort of thing.
The people are very friendly and there's a mix of people between backpackers and hippies. I'm Australian an I meet a lot of people who were visiting byron from overseas. The food, clubs, shopping and culture is very different from what you would find elsewhere.
Byron Bay has wonderful beaches and the Lighthouse Walk is a must; the view at the top is superb and makes you breathless.
However, the hippie town doesn't have much cultural sites and the food is generally overpriced while not particularly tasty. No need to stay for longer than three days unless if you love the water and don't get tired swimming and surfing everyday.
Great town on the east coast of Australia, Amazing surf right in front of town and many other location near by, BBQ for public use, Really artsy cool community with a really authentic vibe, I want to visit again in the future if i can
Great beaches and the hinterland is very pretty. There are fees for entry and parking in National Parks and reserves.
Popular with surfers. Few budget restaurants.
A great place to visit & stay. An iconic area of the coastal region with great sites & a lively town.
A must for travellers
There's a large 'bohemian' culture in Byron Bay; a lot of people who exist courtesy of Australian taxpayers, who enjoy growing their own pastimes and generally contributing very little to anything at all.
It is one of the most beautiful places in Australia though, and if you can tolerate bongo-drumming hippies for a week or so, it makes for a wonderful holiday.
Its a very nice laid back beach style town that also has everything required.Top location with easy access for everyone.
We really like Byron Bay, loads to do during the day with plenty of places in the evening. Not the most friendly place, but the beach is so amazing it more than make up for it.
It was a great place to visit and I thought the locals were extremely friendly and helpful. At night there was always something going on at the beach (DJ, band, music)
Byron is a great little place to visit! Totally 'hippy' vibe - the place is really laid back and friendly.
So many beautiful beaches, it really is stunning. If you are there at the right time of year (July - Nov) you may even see whales. Its a great place to go for a short break and really get away from it all.
Loved the relaxed feel of Byron Bay, enjoyed the Sturday evening artisan market. the walk up to the lighthouse was a hi-light and well worth the effort.
Lots of dinning options to choose from. Nice to be somewhere that isn't full of huge tall buildings
Byron Bay is a beautiful sea side place. The beaches are clean, and the pubs are great. It has all you need on the main town centre, so not far to walk around.
Its the one place I can visit and instantly feel I am on holidays. From the palm lined main street to the relaxed vibe and friendly locals.
This place feels like summer all year round.
Byron Bay is a beautiful place. the only problem we found with it while we were there was the roads which were at the time 90% pot holes.
aside from that and the rude and arrogant police we loved the place. surprisingly active nightlife for a small town good food and service.