Reviewed on 12 Aug 2018
With sandbar surf breaks, a shipwreck snorkeling site and a safe strip of lifeguard-patrolled ocean waves, it’s easy to see why this beach is favored among locals.
Swim or stroll at this beach sheltered by the rocky bluff of Cape Byron and you might see dolphins surfing on the offshore swell.
Snap photos of the emerald peaks, take part in aquatic activities at the surf club and stroll through forest paths near this urban beach.
Whether you’re relaxing in the sun and surf or keeping watch for some of the region’s diverse wildlife, there are plenty of ways to enjoy this broad, sandy beach.
Why not spend a care-free afternoon at The Pass during your travels in Byron Bay? You can seek out the cycling trails in this walkable area.
Enjoy magnificent ocean views, learn about shipwrecks and spot dolphins when you visit this historic lighthouse on mainland Australia’s most easterly point.