Byron Bay is located in the east of Australia. The city is named after the bay and was named after Cape Byron, Australia's easternmost point. The cape is home to the famous lighthouse, which has been in operation since 1901. It is 165 km from Brisbane. Both Australians and people from all over the world come to the resort town to relax. Numerous tourists are attracted by the picturesque scenery, excellent beaches with colorful lighthouses, the opportunity to surf and dive. You can often see dolphins, rays, whales, or sea turtles swimming in the bay. Byron Bay was once a whaling base, and in the second half of the XX century, it became a bohemian city that attracted hippies from around the world. Nowadays, there are many vegetarian restaurants, and in the parks, you can still hear the sounds of bongo drums and didgeridoo.
Before the trip, you should calculate the approximate budget that you will require for the travel: