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Experience: Byron Bay



Byron Bay is a coastal town in the southeastern Australian state of New South Wales. It’s a popular holiday destination, known for its beaches, surfing and scuba diving sites. Cape Byron State Conservation Park is on a headland with a lighthouse. Staying at the Cyrstal Brook Byron Bay. One day tour suitable for all fitness levels and ages featuring the best of Byron Bay and the surrounding hinterland.



Day One – Saturday 02 December 2023

Please make your own flight arrangements to arrive at Ballina Byron Gateway Airport.

After collecting your luggage, please make your way outside the airport and board the shuttle bus to your accommodation.
Remainder of the evening at leisure.


4 star Accommodation – Property to be confirmed

Day Two – Sunday 03 December 2023 ( B, L)

Breakfast is included in your hotel stay and is available between 06:30 – 10:30 hrs.

Please be waiting in the hotel foyer for pick up and transfer to Byron Bay Lighthouse for a full day Byron and Beyond Tour.
Drive up to the iconic Byron Bay Lighthouse for the best ocean and Byron Hinterland views to spot migrating whales (between May and October) and local dolphins.

Visit The Farm, a real working local farm with a range of different growers, producers,eateries, shops and kids’ activities.
Experience magical Crystal Castle and walk through stunning gardens, touch the world peace stupa, and enjoy the beauty of crystals from giant formations to exquisite jewellery.

Stop at the historical little town of Bangalow for lunch and tour its fascinating mix of local shops, galleries, and cafes.

Weave your way through beautiful landscape as you make your return to Byron Bay.

Return Transfer to Accommodation.

Remainder of the evening at leisure.

Day Three – Monday 04 December 2023 (B)

Day at leisure.

Check out 11am

Please meet transfer in Lobby – time to be confirmed on final flight details

Choose from any of the complimentary experiences that Crystal brook Byron offer all their guests or make the most of your day by enjoying the sun, sand, and surf at the beautiful beaches like Main Beach and Wategos Beach.

Immerse yourself in nature with walks through the Arakwal National Park and visit the Byron Bay Farmers' Market for local produce and crafts. For water enthusiasts, try kayaking or snorkelling at the Julian Rocks Marine Reserve.

Don't forget to savour the town's culinary delights at cafes and restaurants, and for a unique experience, take a tour of the renowned Stone & Wood Brewery to sample their craft beers.

Byron Bay offers a perfect blend of natural beauty, relaxation, and cultural experiences, making it an ideal destination for a memorable day trip.

What to bring with you


  • Socks
  • Sandals/thongs
  • walking shoes
  • Waterproof jacket
  • Jeans/trousers
  • Pullover/cardigan
  • Short/skirts
  • Warm jacket
  • Shirts/blouses
  • Sleepwear
  • Sturdy Footwear/Good
  • Hat
  • Swimsuit
  • Clothing
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