Adventure Travel Guide

Byron Bay Healthy Holiday – From Head to Toe

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24th February, 2014

2. Body Movin’ The easiest way to work out is when you don’t realise you’re doing it. You can improve your fitness and decrease stress levels without ever setting a foot inside the hotel gym. Try adding some of these enjoyable, but highly effective Byron Bay activities to your break away. Kayaking. A perfect low impact […]

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5 Fascinating Facts about Climbing Mount Warning

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31st January, 2014

Mount Warning or Wollumbin, as it was originally named by the Bundjalung people (who were the traditional custodians of the land), stands 1156m above sea level looking down over the primal Gondwana rainforest and its inhabitants. This famous icon of the Tweed/Byron area has been listed in the ‘Top 10 Australian Mountains to Climb’ by Australian Geographic, has […]

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Marine Life of Byron Bay: Up close and Personal

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13th December, 2013

Looking for things to do in Byron Bay? A sea kayak is a great way to explore the Cape Byron Marine Reserve, which is a unique haven for local wildlife and marine creatures who thrive in our clean temperate waters. The area is home to over 500 species of fish, corals, sharks, rays and many marine […]

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NEW Bike n’ Hike Adventure Tour

NEW Bike n Hike Adventure Tour
19th November, 2013

It’s exhilarating, it’s heart pounding, it’s inspirational and you’ll feel on top of the world after you’ve completed the latest must-do activity in Byron Bay – the brand new Bike n’ Hike Adventure Tour. For anyone who loves the outdoors, the thrill and excitement of mountain biking and the overwhelming satisfaction of hiking up a mountain at dawn – then this tour is for you. […]

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Mount Warning Reopens!

Mount Warning Reopens
30th September, 2013

After 8 months of being closed to the public, the Mount Warning walking track was reopened last week. The summit track had to be rebuilt after being severely damaged by tropical cyclone Oswald in January this year. Mount Warning really does have something for everyone, whether it’s getting out into the bush, the excitement of […]

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