Byron Bay Livingprint
Byron has a worldwide reputation for being one of Australia’s most desirable holiday destinations. The reasons why go beyond the wonderful beaches. What makes Byron special is the unique atmosphere of surf culture and hippie vibes creating one great alternative lifestyle.
The town centre successfully preserves its small-town soul with relaxed streets populated by funky shops, beer gardens and restaurants. The general feeling of a person walking the streets of Byron is of freedom and relaxation. Many travelers find themselves staying longer then they originally planned to as the place is nice to live in and so hard to leave.
Here are a few reasons why you would like to live or at least visit Byron Bay:
Farmers market: One of the nicest weekly food markets you will find in NSW, selling various produce like fruit and vegetables, organic produce, bread, meat, herbs, nuts and much more. Most of the products sold are grown by local farmers and it is all fresh.
Sky Dive: Enjoy a scenic flight over the beaches of Byron Bay, then experience the thrill of a 60-second free fall from a height of 4,200 meters, followed by a spectacular five-minute descent by parachute.
Cape Byron State Conservation Park: Visit the 1901 lighthouse and enjoy the spectacular views from the summit. You can climb up from the Captain Cook Lookout on the Cape Byron Walking Track or simply drive up. When you are there, keep your eyes watching for dolphins (year round) and whales during June/July and September/November.
Bars and Restaurants: Enjoy the great cultural diversity reflected in the various bars, cafés and restaurants across the town.
Beaches: Byron Bay is famous for its beautiful beaches, different from one another and are perfect to meet the wants of different crowds, whether they are surfers, families or singles.
Even if we can’t put the finger on one specific reason, the fact is that almost everyone falls in love with Byron Bay.
Envirotech provides all Byron Bay students with welfare-support services, to assist with any issues that may arise during their study period, including accommodation and personal issues.
Our campus address:
33 Childe St.
Belongil, Byron Bay
NRMA ROAD SERVICES 13 11 11
Byron Bay City Council 02 6626 7000
Byron Bay Taxis 02 6685 5008
Byron Bay Tourist Information Centre 02 6680 8558