Cape Byron Lighthouse

Cape Byron, named by Captain James Cook in honour of fellow British explorer, John Byron, is home to Australia’s most popular and well known lighthouse. This magnificent white, concrete block structure was built by Charles Assinder Harding and opened in 1901. Its cylindrical tower and lantern stands an imposing 23 metres aloft the rocky terrain on […]

5 things to do in Byron Bay during winter

THINGS TO DO With our Byron Bay winter well and truly here, this coastal town still has plenty to offer for friends and family. With an average of 19 degrees during winter, it is still one of the most stunning times to visit Byron. We have hand picked some of our favourite things to do during […]