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Walking the incredibly stunning Cape Byron track

You’ll need a good two hours to properly experience the Cape Byron walking track – it’s so visually stunning and naturally inspiring that you might reach the end and feel like doing it all again. In fact, it’s one of the best ways to spend a few hours in Byron Bay.

The 3.7km loop leads you on a hike through rainforest and across clifftops with stunning views of the ocean and hinterland. En route you’ll wander through the shade of bangalow palms and ancient burrawangs, across kangaroo grasslands, along picturesque beaches and up to Cape Byron Lighthouse. Keep an eye out on the water for turtles, dolphins, stingrays and, in season, whales.

We took a casual amount of time to do the walk; stopping to swim at Little Wategos, we listened to the rush of the ocean over smooth black stones and had the tiny beach all to ourselves. Even in this season of ‘a heaving amount of tourists’ there are still a few places to escape the masses and appreciate Byrons’ best gift – nature.



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