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Byron Bay Travel Guide  

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At the extreme North Eastern corner of New South Wales, Australia one can find the town of Byron Bay. It is a Coastal town resting beside the Coral Sea. It was named as Cape Byron by Captain James Cook after the great circumnavigator John Byron. It was established in 17th Century and the early settlers were the Europeans. Famous for its clean beaches and crystal clear water this Place is visited by many local and international tourists. Here one can enjoy surfing as this region is an ideal place to do so they can also go for other water sports activities like Scuba diving, Para sailing etc. The area also known for Whale watching, one can witness the gigantic creature which is very rare to see. The scenic beauty attracts many ski divers to this town so if you want to experience the gravitational pull you can go for ski diving. Luscious Seafood is the specialty of this area. As this region comes under the Sub tropical rain forest one can go for wildlife safari. Yoga retreats, Byron Bay Film festivals, Byron Bay writers Festivals are some of the events hosted by this town.

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Robert Bale
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Overall Guide : The headland offers an excellent point for watching the dolphins and the whales. Byron Bay has also several national parks like the Arakwal National Park, Mooball National Park and Mt. Warning National Park. These parks house a variety of threatened... more wildlife such as the long nose potoroo, marbled frog mouth etc. The Cape Byron Lighthouse, 22 m in height and situated 94 m above sea level, stands for the architectural finesse of Byron Bay. Constructed on a rocky headland it aids ships and is also a major tourist attraction. Those looking for an adventure should opt for hand gliding by the lighthouse, surfing on one of the beaches or snorkelling and scuba diving. Byron Bay also hosts a number art festivals, the most famous one being the Blues and Roots Music Festival which is held during Easter. To relax and rejuvenate enrol for one of the yoga and relaxation camps that take place throughout the year.
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Overall Guide : Byron Bay is situated on the north coast of New South Wales and is the eastern endpoint of Australia. It has a population of 9,000. It was named Byron Bay by Captain Cook in 1970 as a tribute to Admiral... more Byron. With its beautiful beaches, mountains and hinterland, etc. it is aptly known as one of the most beautiful places on the planet. Byron Bay experiences a subtropical climate with temperatures ranging from 21°C to 28°C in summers and 15 to 21°C in winters. The best time to visit is during the winters as there is plenty of sunshine and less of crowd. The town has a varied natural heritage. The Arakwal clan is the aboriginal tribe of the region and is still very much a part of preserving the traditional sites and the cultural values. Film making and tourism is a major contributor towards its growing economy.
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