About Byron Bay
Byron Bay is where Sydney surfers love to go on holiday. The water is warm and the gentle rolling point break waves are perfect for beginners. When we are not surfing in Sydney – Byron Bay is where we would like to be; and we know you will too!
The team at Lets Go Surfing Byron Bay are ready to take your surfing to the next level.
Quick facts about Byron Bay
- Byron Bay is Australia’s most easterly point
- Byron Bay is known as Cavanbah (meeting place) by the local Aboriginal tripe, the Arakwal People of Byron Bay.
- Estimated 1.2 million visitors come to Byron Bay each year
- Byron Bay is known for the breath taking scenery from the Cape Byron Light house which stands on a bald rocky headland, cliffs on the east side and a sheer drop of approx 100mtrs, the light house is one of Australia’s most powerful lighthouses.
- Byron Bay has one Surf Life Saving Club – Byron Bay SLSC, and neighbouring villages Bangalow, Brunswick Heads and Mullumbimby are a must see.