In the North of New South Wales is the beautiful Byron Bay. With its stunning beaches and relaxing atmosphere based on a “back-to-nature” lifestyle, the town attracts many visitors each year.
The local tourism infrastructure is fairly good, with accommodation options to suit all tastes and pockets, from backpackers’ hostels to five-star hotels. The local gastronomy is also quite diverse, including, for example, Japanese and Spanish restaurants, and the traditional kebab shops.
However, its natural beauty is the town’s biggest attraction, with several national parks, which are home to the local flora and fauna.