With the kids back in school, February is the perfect time for couples wanting a summer holiday to visit Byron Bay.
Take advantage of the warm water and weather, enjoy lazy beach days or participate in one of Byron’s tours or activities.
Be sure to check out the markets, tours, and restaurants – and if you’re looking to stay a few days, browse our accommodation guide.
Here’s the highlights of what’s happening this month.
Byron Writers Festival Membership Drive from 6 February
The Byron Writers Festival annual Membership Drive will kick off on Monday 6 February, with all new or renewing members throughout the month going into the draw for some fantastic prizes.
Learn more at www.byronwritersfestival.com/become-a-member/
The Paddock Valentine’s Picnic Saturday 11 February
Join The Paddock Project for a celebration of Valentine’s Day Mullumbimby style. Including flower picking, face painting, LOVE photo portraits, live music and much more! 8am-3pm Saturday 11 February. Admission is free, so grab your family and friends and we’ll see you there!
For further info, follow their Facebook Event.
Valentine’s Day 2023 Byron Bay
Enjoy a special Valentine’s Day meal Byron style and be treated to great food and exceptional service… or, jump out of a plane!
V-Day Beach Dance Byron Bay 14 February
Gather 6.30am for a 7am dance at Main Beach Byron Bay on Tuesday 14 February, rising up for Freedom, and an end to global violence against women & children.
Wear RED. On the edge of the ocean, Main Beach, Byron Bay, rain or shine. This is our 14th year supporting 1BillionRising! Check Facebook ‘V-Day Byron Bay’ for more info. In solidarity.
Flickerfest Bangalow & Byron All Shorts 2023 16-18 February
Australia’s only Academy qualifying & BAFTA recognised Short Film festival & the Byron All Shorts – Northern Rivers Short Film Comp.
Screening over 40 of the most spectacular regional, Australian & International short films, across 3 cinematic-packed days!
Program & tickets via www.flickerfest.com.au/tour/bangalow/