Spring time with summer feels, October in Byron includes the end of the school holidays for some and the time to plan for a summer holiday for many. On top of the warmer weather, Byron enjoys a couple few festivals and the return of the weekly Twilight Markets.
Here are some highlights of what’s happening this month.
The stretch of coastline around Byron Bay is not only home to spectacular golden beaches and sparkling waters, but also many great places from which to spot whales.
For people interested in getting out on the water for a closer look, there is a choice of whale watching tours in Byron Bay.
Join Creative Mullum for the fifth annual Ingenuity Sculpture event, this year taking place in and through the grounds of Mullum Museum. It celebrates traditional and contemporary knowledge and art, promotes community input into publicly presented sculpture, whilst advocating for a sustainable future.
The FIRST Byron Twilight Market is BACK Saturday 7 October from 4pm at Railway Park, Byron Bay. Experience the magic of a Byron Bay sunset with a backdrop of live music, local crafts, and a vibrant community vibe. The Byron Twilight Markets will be every Saturday through summer.
2 Days of non stop original music held in various venues throughout Nimbin Village. Started in 2016 by a family of musicians so the festival ethos is grassroots and has earned a reputation of providing a unique little festival with high quality original music set in a town like no other – NIMBIN!
Held across multiple venues, the Byron Bay Film Festival (BBFF) is a platform for outstanding independent film talent, showcasing a uniquely rich and diverse program of entertaining, inspiring and thought provoking films. It’s a festival that fuses artistry, education and innovation, enhancing our worldview and collective social dialogue through the power and storytelling of film.
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!