14th of September 2015 - Jack The Snipper
Walk Cape Byron
Cape Byron, the most eastern point of mainland Australia, offers scenic coastal vistas and is just a short walk from town. The stunning walk takes you through rainforests settings, across cliff tops and up to our oh-so-picturesque lighthouse. Built over 100 years ago, the iconic structure is perfectly situated for that Instagram snap, you know you want to take.
- Bayleaf Café: Found at 1 Marvell St in the heart of town, Bayleaf is one of Byron’s most bustling breakfast destinations. Loved by locals and visitors alike, be sure stop by and try their excellent coffee, made from specialty house-roasted Marvell St beans.
- Three Blue Ducks: Nestled just out of town at 11 Ewingsdale Road, the restaurant/cafe nourishes the community with ethical, quality food and hospitality. Sourcing much of their produce from The Farm Byron Bay, their seasonal dishes are packed with nutrients and full of flavour.
- And if those don’t make your mouth water, head to Eat Drink Guide Byron Bay to find exactly what you’re looking for.
Surf Tallow Beach
Whether you choose to throw down a towel to soak up the sun, try your luck fishing or learn to surf from one of the friendly local surf schools, we know you’re going to love our little stretch of paradise.
Picture a postcard of a classic Aussie beach with sunburnt sand, striking blue sky and crystal-clear water with keen surfers and sunbathers. Got it? Well, you’re looking at our Tallow Beach and it’s just a short stroll from town. And with the shark sightings of late, there’ll be even less surfers to compete with on the breaks if you’re game.
Visit The Local Barber
Offering style cuts, clipper cuts, beard trimming and a range of Men’s styling products, Jack The Snipper strives to keep the locals (and those who wish they were locals) looking sharp and feeling dressed. Do yourself a favour and drop in and say hi to the passionate barbers at Jack The Snipper, they would be more than happy to share their styling secrets with you.
Enjoy Brunswick Heads
Located on the mouth of the Brunswick river, Brunswick Heads is like Byron’s more quiet little cousin, and is only 15 minutes north of Byron. Be sure to pay a visit to Table View Café in town, we’d recommend that you try their Grilled local Jersey milk Haloumi served on The Bread Social sourdough, with baby spinach, caramelised onions and beetroot relish, it’s a mouthful but it’s divine. Or why not grab some friends to go kayaking and have yourselves a picnic by the gorgeous Brunswick River.
Explore Minyon Falls
The area around the falls was declared World Heritage listed in 1986 and rightly so. Only 45 minutes from Byron, the surrounding Nightcap National Park is home to a diverse array of native fauna and flora, including bandicoots, bowerbirds and ancient tree ferns. After you manage to draw yourself away from the scenic view atop the falls, be sure to take the rainforest walk, leading you down to a pristine swimming hole at the base of the falls.
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