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Visitor Information Centres

Byron Bay Visitor Centre

80 Jonson Street, Byron Bay - adjacent to the bus and railway station
Byron Bay.

Telephone
02 6680 8558
Website
www.visitbyronbay.com

Brunswick Heads Visitor Information Centre

7 Park Street, Brunswick Heads - located in the main shopping block in town.

Telephone
02 6685 1003
Website
www.brunswickheads.org.au
 

The Byron Shire Experience

Byron Shire is a resilient, diverse and creative community. It is known for its vibrant cafe scene where locals and travellers gather to discuss politics, art and culture.  

Byron Bay is Australia's most Easterly Point as well as one of Australia's most famous holiday destinations. Visitors come to Byron Bay from around the world seeking an alternative lifestyle holiday. Byron Shire has great beaches and restaurants, as well as art, natural therapies, yoga and meditation.  There is also a full calendar of festivals, concerts and events, weekly craft and produce markets, live music and theatre, and daily tours and activities available.

Byron Shire has a very strong arts and creative industries sector, with comparatively high numbers of businesses operating in these fields. The Shire is also well-known nationally and internationally for its health, wellbeing and sustainability profile. It has some of the richest soils and most biodiverse natural assets in Australia.

Byron Trails Map

If you’re heading to the hills, grab the latest Byron Trails Map and take the long road.

Designed to enhance visitor experience the map is the only map of its kind to provide an ‘at a glance’ look at the whole Byron Shire. It was created to provide information on all the great things in our Shire to encourage visitors to explore further and stay longer.

The map showcases the artistic and alternate character of the Shire and features places of interest using iconic illustrations that are overlaid on a funky hand painted map.

On the reverse side of the map are directions for the five Trails, pointers to a range of ‘must-do’ Byron Shire sights, experiences and activities as well as advertisements and listings for participating businesses. 

The map is FREE and can be picked up at Visitor Information Centres, local businesses, trade shows and expos and local accommodation operators and venues.

Designed locally, the maps also make a great souvenir or piece of artwork that you can show family and friends where you have been.