Byron Bay Beaches
Posted on 15 September 2017
Byron Bay has some amazing beaches with beautiful views, white sand and fantastic waves...
All of them have their own magic and they are some of the most surfer-friendly and world-
famous beaches in Australia.
One of the most stunning ones is where Miskini is home.
Wategos Beach sits directly below Byron Bay's Lighthouse. It's the most eastwardly point of Australia.
Located just north west of Cape Byron, directly below Byron Bay's Lighthouse is Wategos Beach. One of the most beautiful beaches in Byron Bay and home of Miskini.
It's the most eastwardly point of Australia and one of Byron’s best places to picnic, paddle and play.
The closest beach to Byron Bay center is called Main Beach. That's where most of the sunbathing and events are happening. It's the most popular beach and usually safeguarded throughout the year.
It's a beautiful beach with white sand and easy parking available...
There's a playground nearby and cafes and restaurants are just a minute walk away.
You also can see the iconic Byron Lighthouse in the close distance...
Belongil Beach stretches 2.5km southeast from the mouth of Belongil Creek up to the seawall and car park in Byron Bay, which is the beginning of Main Beach.
The Southern end is more undeveloped and occupied by the Byron Bay Beach Reserve.
If you feel like it you can unofficially swim naked at the "free beach at the northern end of Belongil Beach.
At the end of Clarkes Beach is The Pass.
This is a world famous surfing spot, and therefore very popular for surfers.
From here you can catch boats to go snorkelling to Julian Rocks in the middle of the bay.
Tallow Beach is about 3km from the center of Byron Bay and a great place for swimming, bird-watching, whale watching and sunbathing.
Apparently Tallow Beach is a great spot for beach fishing.