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What to do in Byron Bay

Let's Go Surfing: Byron Bay

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Great for
  • Adventure

Catch your first wave at Byron Bay on this beginners surfing course. With small groups of up to just 8 people, there's plenty of hands-on help and you'll be amazed at how soon you get the hang of it! Includes all surf equipment and wetsuits.

From £41 per adult

Please Note: Tour duration is 2 hours, please arrive 30 minutes prior to commencement of the lesson. Participants must be able to swim 50 metres and have a reasonable level of fitness. Price includes lesson and all equipment including soft safe surfboards and wetsuits.

Dolphin Kayak Tour: Cape Byron Kayaks

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Great for
  • Adventure

Paddle alongside the marine wildlfe that inhabits the calm waters of Byron Bay, with dolphins, turtles and whales to be spotted! Whether you're an experienced paddler or a novice, this protected and sheltered bay is a great place to get on the water.

From £47 per adult

Please Note: Tour duration is 3 hours in total, and includes all kayaking equipment and safety gear, transfers from Byron Bay accommodation, and morning or afternoon tea. Departures subject to weather and surf conditions.

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