Rod Evans: The Artist Behind the Moon Rise Time-lapse

In early September (2017), we shared an incredible time-lapse of the full moon rising behind Byron’s iconic lighthouse to the Byron Bay Facebook page. It was one of our most popular posts ever, with over 75,000 minutes of video watched by more than 350,000 people. The time-lapse shows a huge, yellow-orange moon rise from the […]

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Spell & The Gypsy Collective’s Byron Bay Boutique

Spell & The Gypsy Collective, a loved and internationally recognised local brand, has come a long way since its humble beginnings. The founders of Spell, sisters Isabella (nicknamed Spell) and Elizabeth, began selling handmade jewellery and clothing at the Byron Bay markets. From there, the bohemian brand gained traction and took off. A far cry […]

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Explore two waterfalls near Byron Bay

Adventure to the stunning Killen Falls, take a drive through the hinterland’s rolling hills, indulge in lunch at Doma Cafe, and take in the breathtaking beauty of Minyon Falls. This day trip showcases some of the best the Byron Shire has to offer. Killen Falls Located a short 30-minute drive from Byron Bay, Killen Falls […]

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7 Things to do in winter in Byron Bay

The beachside paradise of Byron Bay has plenty on offer to keep you entertained throughout the cooler months. Whether you’re keen to check out local markets, enjoy the region’s festivals, get closer to nature, or experience the local arts and music scene, there’s something for everyone year-round. Explore the Cape Byron Walking Track (Year Round) […]

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Farmers Markets in Byron Bay

Enjoy the freshest produce in the region at the incredible farmer’s markets in the Byron Shire. Byron Bay Farmers Market Since 2002, the Byron Bay Farmers Market has been a must for locals every Thursday morning. The market commences at 8am, and runs until 11am at the Butler Street Reserve. Here, you’ll find the very […]

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Where to Spot Whales in Byron Bay

If you happen to find yourself holidaying at Byron Bay between the months of May and November, you will likely spot some of the whales that make their way along the east coast of Australia during their annual migration. The stretch of coastline found between Byron Bay and Ballina is not only home to spectacular […]

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