It’s almost summer Byron Bay. Longer hotter days and warmer nights provide extra time to explore the regions beaches, hinterlands and nightlife. Plus, we love the buzz around town as the anticipation for summer grows. No doubt a great time to visit.
Here are some highlights of what’s happening this month.
30+ Latin Dance Workshops, 20+ Performances, Live Bands, Latin DJs, Master Classes, a Pre-Party, a Pool Party, After-Parties & Stall Holders. Dance styles include: Salsa, Bachata, Zouk, Kizomba, Tango, Reggaeton, Afro, Samba & more! The event caters to beginners and seasoned dancers alike and everyone is welcome. Bring your friends!
All your favourites: Horse events, Show jumping, trots, Cattle, Poultry and pavilion.
Trade stalls and food trucks, BBQ, bar and live music. Plus, airtime FMX freestyle motocross, King Brown Camp Oven King, 2 Up entertainment trick riding show, Demolition Derby, and more.
First established in 1897, the Bangalow A & I Society has prided itself on bringing to the community an opportunity to showcase local agricultural pursuits. For 2 days in November each year the showground resonates with the sounds of cattle, horses, and sideshow alley. The pavilions are filled with produce, poultry and everything you could make or bake. Come along and join us, fun for all the family.
Schoolies in Byron Bay is less structured and ticketed than other destinations – it’s more about the Byron vibe, friendly people, and chilled-out culture. The three ‘Schoolie Weeks’ run late November through early December each year.
This year’s celebration includes over 15 events across 10 Big Scrub locations, featuring Science in the Pub at the Eltham, a multi-school community planting day, seed propagation workshops and walks in Lismore Rainforest Botanic Gardens, Bodhi Tree Forest Monastery, Dorrobbee Grass, Booyong Nature Reserve, Victoria Park Nature Reserve and Cape Byron Distillery.
Thinking of visiting Byron this summer? Be sure to secure you accommodation, browse our guide to find the best places to stay in Byron Bay.