Suggested itineraries

Highlights of Byron
  • Explore the bohemian vibe of Byron Bay, Australia’s Most Easterly Point.
  • Take a tour of the iconic Cape Byron Lighthouse.
  • Climb to the top of the lighthouse tower balcony to get a bird's eye view of the surrounding hinterland and marine park below.
  • Morning tea at The Pass Cafe, overlooking one of Australia’s favourite surf breaks.
  • Enjoy lunch at Three Blue Ducks cafe at The Farm Byron Bay.
  • Take a tour around The Farm and see their philosophy of Grow, Feed, Educate in action.
  • Travel up into the hills to the enchanting Crystal Castle. Enjoy a tour of the magical gardens of mystic statues, walk the ancient labyrinth, admire the amazing crystal collections, participate in the peace experience which includes a guided meditation, have your aura photographed and interpreted and soak up the serenity. The Rainforest Walk features over 5000 trees that have been planted by members of the community in partnership with Rainforest Rescue.
  • Visit the recently completed World Peace Stupa.
  • Stop in at award winning Stone and Wood Brewery to taste a selection of craft beer brewed on site on the way home.

    Available daily

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The Brunswick Heads Way

Pick up from your accommodation and transfer to the delightfully old fashioned village of Brunswick Heads where its all about the simple pleasures.

From May to November

  • Enjoy whale watching with Blue Bay from Brunswick Heads marina (join a tour or private charter available).
  • Step safely onboard the Bay Warrior vessel without getting wet. Purposely built for comfort and stability, it has a large cabin with big glass windows for equally great viewing from indoors. The stable back deck is completely sheltered from the sun and the rain. During the end the elevated front deck allows for 360 degree views of whales and scenery. The Bay Warrior is the only whale watching vessel in Byron Bay with a full size cabin, shelter from the weather and a toilet.

Outside of whale watching season

  • Morning tour options include a Brunswick River Kayak tour
  • Pick your own produce at an organic farm
  • A pottery workshop or fishing charter.
  • Enjoy a casual lunch at Torakina Cafe overlooking the Brunswick River followed by
  • A stroll around the village.
  • Take an afternoon Brunswick River Eco Cruise followed by drinks in the beer garden at historic Hotel Brunswick or
  • An early dinner at Award winning restaurant Fleet.

    Suitable any day however Fleet is only open Thursday to Sunday.

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Lennox & Byron, Horses & Seeds
  • Watch dolphins play and sea eagles soar whilst riding on beautiful, trained horses.
  • Enjoy the fabulous sun, sand and surf that Byron is famous for... on horse back.
  • Take a 1 or 2 hour beach ride on isolated 7 Mile beach.
  • Lunch opposite the beach at Foam Restaurant Lennox Head.
  • Travel the coast road back to Byron Bay, stopping in at Broken Head Nature reserve.
  • Back in Byron Bay visit Starseed gardens, a private nursery, gallery and tea house.
  • Enjoy a tea ceremony and explore the artwork displays and lush tropical gardens.

    Available Wednesday to Saturday.

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Coffee, Wine and Fruit in the Tweed Hinterland
  • Start the day at Wirui Estate in the Tweed hinterland, a coffee estate with stunning views of the coast.
  • Take a private guided tasting tour, then roast your own coffee beans to take home and enjoy or to share with others.
  • Learn the effects of roasting on flavour and brewing method.
  • Next stop is Ilnam Winery. Not only is ILNAM Estate the only winery in Tweed, it is also Australia's most easterly winery, boasting amazing ocean and hinterland views.
  • Enjoy wine tasting and lunch at the cafe.
  • Save some room for dessert as Tropical Fruit World has a huge array of fresh seasonal fruits to taste including caramel fruit, champagne fruit and ice-cream bean. Learn about the uses, origins and health benefits of different fruits and sample some of the delicious jams, sauces and healthy products made with fruit.
  • Take a guided plantation tractor tour and wildlife boat cruise before heading back down the coast to Byron Bay.

    Available Thursday to Sunday

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Byron Hinterland Friday Special
  • Visit the most colourful Farmers Markets you’ve ever seen in ‘Magical Mullumbimby’, a historical part of the alternative culture of the rainbow region.
  • Enjoy freshly prepared delicacies using local organic produce and listen to live music while you browse the stalls and meet the growers.
  • Travel up into the hills to the enchanting Crystal Castle.
  • Enjoy a private tour of the magical gardens of mystic statues, walk the ancient labyrinth, admire the amazing crystal collections, have your aura photographed and interpreted and soak up the serenity. The Rainforest Walk features over 5000 trees that have been planted by members of the community in partnership with Rainforest Rescue.
  • Visit the recently completed World Peace Stupa. From there it’s a short, scenic drive to lunch in the tiny village of Federal.
  • Be surprised with a delicious Japanese lunch at Doma Cafe at the Federal General Store.
  • Next stop Minyon Falls waterfall in World Heritage Listed Nightcap National Park. Minyon Falls and the untouched Minyon valley makes you feel like you have gone back in time to when dinosaurs roamed the earth. The valley with its ancient rainforest vegetation has a 'Jurassic Park' feel.  
  • Stop off in the beautiful village of Bangalow to explore the shops and enjoy a beer or glass of wine with the locals at the Bangalow Pub on the way home.

    Available Friday with Farmers Markets or daily without.

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Magnetic Wollumbin Mount Warning
  • Travel north from Byron Bay and enjoy glorious views of the majestic Wollumbin Mt Warning, the first point on the Australian mainland to catch the morning sun.
  • Visit the World Heritage Rainforest Centre in Murwillumbah to learn about the history and geology of Wollumbin Mount Warning and see the hand painted 360 degree panorama of the view from the top of the mountain.
  • Travel around Wollumbin to the Mount Warning Spring Water & Yaru Water property where pure spring water from a protected aquifer is filtered through 20 million year old volcanic rock and bottled at the source. This is your exclusive opportunity to hear the stories of Wollumbin and surrounds from a founding family. Yaru Water is a unique partnership between members of the Bundjalung Aboriginal Nation and the owners of Mount Warning Spring Water and is the first indigenous bottled water brand in the world.
  • Next stop Mavis’s Kitchen restaurant at the base of Wollumbin Mount Warning. Enjoy a 3 course lunch of fresh, organic, local, seasonal food made with passion and flair. Mavis's Kitchen is named after Founder and Chef Charlie's mother who was an excellent cook. It is set on a 25 acre property amid lush subtropical rainforests, in a charming white Queenslander. The menu changes with the seasons and the availability of fresh ingredients, many from their kitchen garden.
  • On the way home take a private tour of the Madura Tea Estate. Madura Estate comprises of 250,000 tea bushes, nestled in a region of pristine rainforests, streams and rivers on the outskirts of Murwillumbah in northern New South Wales. Australia’s only sub-tropical tea plantation grows, blends and packs Australia’s leading range of exquisite specialty teas.

    Available Wednesday to Sunday. On Wednesdays, Caldera Farmes Market can be added.

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Byron Waterfalls and Villages
  • Guided Minyon Falls Walk: a 2 hour (4 km) private, guided walk through the rainforest valley to experience the amazing Minyon Falls waterfall in World Heritage Listed Nightcap National Park.
  • See magnificent Strangler Figs, Bangalow Palms and Helmholtzia Lily.
  • Walk to the plunge pool of the 100m Minyon Falls. Minyon Falls and the untouched Minyon valley makes you feel like you have gone back in time to when dinosaurs roamed the earth. The valley with its ancient rainforest vegetation has a 'Jurassic Park' feel.
  • Enjoy lunch at Harvest Restaurant in the charming village of Newrybar then browse the fashions, homewares, antiques and collectibles at Newrybar Merchant, driftlab, Country House Antiques and The Shed

    Suitable any day.

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Tweed Hinterland Art Day
  • Join Andy from Caldera Art at the World Heritage Rainforest Centre Murwillumbah to learn about the history and geology of Wollumbin Mount Warning and see the hand painted 360 degree panorama of the view from the top of the mountain.
  • Move on to Mavis’s Kitchen restaurant at the base of Wollumbin Mount Warning for an Art Workshop - to create your own landscape painting.
  • Enjoy a 3 course lunch of fresh, organic, local, seasonal food made with passion and flair. Mavis's Kitchen is named after Founder and Chef Charlie's mother who was an excellent cook. It is set on a 25 acre property amid lush subtropical rainforests, in a charming white Queenslander. The menu changes with the seasons and the availability of fresh ingredients, many from their kitchen garden.
  • On the way home visit the stunning and contemporary Tweed Regional Art Gallery. Surrounded by beautiful gardens and lawns and offering panoramic views of the Tweed River, the Gallery's six exhibition spaces host a vibrant program of historical and contemporary touring exhibitions of national significance, alongside curated exhibitions of established national and regional artists.

    Suitable Wednesday to Friday.

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Creative Hinterland Play Day
  • Play with Clay! Start your day with a private pottery workshop.
  • Indulge in the messy wonder of playing with clay on the potter’s wheel at Red Door Studio, Fernleigh. Brooke will personally guide you with clear instruction and support as you experience making a bowl on the wheel.
  • Later your bowl will be finished and glazed by Brooke and sent to you.
  • Use your bowl daily as a reminder of your special day and what you were able to achieve.
  • Follow up with lunch at Harvest Restaurant in the charming village of Newrybar then browse the fashions, homewares, antiques and collectibles at Newrybar Merchant, driftlab, Country House Antiques and The Shed.

    Suitable any day pending availability with Red Door Studio. Or substitute for Lucy Vanstone in Bruns

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Alternative Magnetic Wollumbin Mount Warning
  • Travel north from Byron Bay and enjoy glorious views of the majestic Wollumbin Mt Warning, the first point on the Australian mainland to catch the morning sun.
  • Visit the World Heritage Rainforest Centre in Murwillumbah to learn about the history and geology of Wollumbin Mount Warning and see the hand painted 360 degree panorama of the view from the top of the mountain.
  • Continue on to the lush subtropical rainforest of World Heritage-listed Wollumbin National Park. Experience this beautiful Gondwana Rainforest of Australia on the Lyrebird track, an easy walking track that takes you across Breakfast Creek, then winds through palm forest to a scenic viewing platform.
  • Next stop Mavis’s Kitchen restaurant at the base of Wollumbin Mount Warning. Enjoy a delicious lunch of fresh, organic, local, seasonal food made with passion and flair. Mavis's Kitchen is named after Founder and Chef Charlie's mother who was an excellent cook. It is set on a 25 acre property amid lush subtropical rainforests, in a charming white Queenslander. The menu changes with the seasons and the availability of fresh ingredients, many from their kitchen garden.
  • Then choose one of the following afternoon activities:
  1. On the way home visit the stunning and contemporary Tweed Regional Art Gallery. Surrounded by beautiful gardens and lawns and offering panoramic views of the Tweed River, the Gallery's six exhibition spaces host a vibrant program of historical and contemporary touring exhibitions of national significance, alongside curated exhibitions of established national and regional artists.
  2. Save some room for dessert as Tropical Fruit World has a huge array of fresh seasonal fruits to taste including caramel fruit, champagne fruit and ice-cream bean. Learn about the uses, origins and health benefits of different fruits and sample some of the delicious jams, sauces and healthy products made with fruit. Take a guided plantation tractor tour and wildlife boat cruise before heading back down the coast to Byron Bay.
  3. Travel up into the hills to the enchanting Crystal Castle. Enjoy a tour of the magical gardens of mystic statues, walk the ancient labyrinth, admire the amazing crystal collections, participate in the peace experience which includes a guided meditation, have your aura photographed and interpreted and soak up the serenity. The Rainforest Walk features over 5000 trees that have been planted by members of the community in partnership with Rainforest Rescue. Visit the recently completed World Peace Stupa.
  • Stop in at award winning Stone & Wood Brewery to taste a selection of craft beer brewed on site on the way home.


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Tours Include

(unless otherwise specified)

High quality transport  |  Experienced Driver/Guide  |  All entry fees  |  2 course lunch with beverages  |  Eco-bag with local samples  |  Water  |  Morning or afternoon tea

All tours are customised and priced on request.