About 180 km south of Brisbane and 800 km north of Sydney, Byron Bay area is the Australian continental coastal area. Byron Bay has an ambient atmospheric tropical climate, average temperature of 25-30 degrees and average temperatures at low temperatures below 20-25 degrees Celsius. The area of economy is primarily tourism and agriculture, with about 1.7 million tourists. Focusing small business focuses on alternative, cultural and educational spheres, and leads the growing population of writers, artists and directors.
The town of Byron Bay is renamed with its diverse range of its markets, restaurants, shops and fashion points. The mountain range is also known as a Mecca for alternative lifestyle that has enriched local culture and the economy with an intense difference in smaller alternative food, art, crafts, health and natural therapies. Bayon Bay's amazing natural beauty and glorious beaches, located in the Bayonne, surrounded by hills and climbing nearby mountains, for traveling, diving, sanctuary, diving, skiing, hanging, horse riding and cycling.
The northern shore of New South Wales is the traditional country of the Bangalong people. Two of the Bunjalung subgroups attended the Byron Bay area, the southern Apostle, and the Minjunge in the north. Juveniles live and visit Byron Bay for more than 20,000 years. They knew that the area as Walgun (The Shoulder) was a great place to shelter in sandy basins, abundant seafood, wildlife and rainforest fruits, and fresh fresh spring water. Unfortunately, many coastal indigenous areas have lost their sand processing and development, but the rest of the sites provide a strong evidence of vibrant and versatile culture that flourishes in abundant natural environments. The continents, the ceremonial Bora rings, the cemeteries, and especially the mentioned trees have been registered throughout the area. The semi-built and camping place of Cape Byron and Palm Valley is, of course, the oldest of its kind in the region more than 1,000 years ago.
Cape Byron is one of the main places of nature and is just 3 km from Byron Bay Post office. Kay Byron has a world-renowned reputation, one of the most beautiful places in the world, including lush rainbow, faces of rocky cliffs, magnificent scenes from Bayon's Hain and Oceans, and wonderful scenes that depend on oak and dolphin Cay Byron's cap. At least two hours should be allowed during a comfortable journey, 5km to Cape Byron. The shell goes through coastal, coastal forest forests, banks of the forest and many beautiful scenes. The legacy of Cape Byron's indigenous peoples today exists and also with the members of the Arakwal clan, Byron Bay's traditional guards, who have an active role in preserving traditional sites.