Enjoy the scenic walk from The Pass to Byron Bay Lighthouse
Take in a weekend country market
Come face to face with the dolphins on an ocean kayaking tour
Attend a learn to surf lesson
Get a relaxing massage
Visit the farmers markets
Explore the rainforest and climb to the top of Mount Warning an extinct volcano
Get a psychic reading and buy yourself a crystal
Have breakfast overlooking the beach at Byron Beach Cafe
Scuba dive or snorkle at Julian Rocks Marine Park
Spend the day at the beach
Sundays come alive at the local markets
If you are a shopper like me, you won’t have any trouble spending a whole day at one of our fantastic markets. You will find many unique stalls with every thing from the standard home made soaps and candles to beautifully printed fabrics. Most stall holders do the rounds of all the monthly markets, with Bangalow and Byron being the larger markets. While you will need to make sure you take cash to the markets most stall holders now have EFTPOS machines.
Every Saturday in Summer Located in Railway Park Jonson Street opposite the post office and visitor information center the Byron Bay Artisan Market operates throughout summer every Saturday evening 5-9pm. This small market is lovely to stroll through on a balmy Saturday evening. Admire the handmade jewellery, candles and crafts or have a massage. You can enjoy a bite to eat and listen to live entertainment.
First Saturday of the month is Brunswick Heads Market in Memorial Park Fawcett Street Brunswick Heads. Located on the picturesque Brunswick River this market has a fabulous mix of stalls from handmade items to food and plant stores.
First Sunday of the month Byron Bay Community Market operates in the Butler Street reserve . A very big market not to be missed with plenty of unusual stalls, lots of hand made products also plenty of fresh produce, delicious food and entertainment. It’s easy to spend the whole day here!
Second Sunday of the month is The Channon Country Market a charming “make it bake it grow it” country market located in the hinterland. For visitors with a car, take the Bangalow Lismore Road and just before entering the village of Clunes, follow the signs and turn right. The drive to the market is picturesque, passing through little villages and takes about thirty minutes from Byron Bay. This market is not far from the village of Nimbin and Protestors Falls where you can take a walk in the rainforest to a beautiful waterfall.
Third Saturday of the month is Mullumbimby Market. Located 15 minutes drive north on the Pacific Highway take the Mullumbimby exit and flow the signs. Not a big market but a lovely atmosphere a range of stalls and always a great vibe around the coffee oasis under the trees where there is always live music. The Brunswick Valley Historical Society open the Mullumbimby Museum which is the old post office, on market Saturdays. It is located at the market site and is well worth a visit.
Fourth Sunday of the month is Bangalow Market in the showground just head to Bangalow you can’t miss it! Under the shade of big old fig trees you can browse the many interesting alternative stalls, selling lots of unique hand made clothes, jewellery and woodwork. When you are finished at the markets, take a stroll up the main street, there are many unique stores located in 19th century buildings.