Byron Bay, Australia

If you and/or your family is planning to take a trip to Australia, then you should head for Byron Bay.

Where is Byron Bay located? The town is located some 500 miles north of Sydney – in the north part of New South Wales. The town’s population is small – with a population of nearly 9,000 people and nearly 30,000 living in its surrounding areas.
Byron Bay Lighthouse

In the summer, the area’s average temperature is almost 30C (nearly 85F) and just over 21 degrees Celsius (69F). With a climate like this, it is no wonder why people like to live and vacation there.

In addition, the area is known for its lovely beaches and rain forests. Even if you are not much of a beach person, you should the sparkling-blue waters that surround the beaches. In speaking of the bay’s waters, it is perfect for going skinny-dipping (if you prefer) or swimming and fishing. Let us not forget the lovely hotel, apartment, resorts of the island.

They provide each guest with excellent, comfortable accommodations, which can satisfy any weary or relaxation-seeking traveler.

Also, while at Byron Bay, don’t forget to try the local activates there. These activities include hang gliding, bush walking, surfing, canoeing, deep-sea fishing, sky diving, canoeing, and other fun and relaxing activities.

The area also host Harley motorcycle tours and has the only flying trapeze school in “the land down under.

After a long, tiring day for sightseeing and enjoying yourself, sit down and enjoy a good meal at one of town’s local restaurants. There, you can enjoy a fine native Australian or another dish, while sampling some fine wine or champagne.

For live entertainment, the town regularly host theatrical productions and concerts – with music being provided by the area’s local bands. Or, if you want quiet time, stroll along through one of the nearby beaches – under the moonlights gaze.

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