Exhilarating 2-day tour of Byron Bay's hinterland & coast
Ocean kayaking with chance to see dolphins, turtles & whales
Snorkelling adventure in diverse Cape Byron Marine Park
Breathtaking sunrise hike to the summit of Mount Warning
Delicious barbecue dinner & tasty breakfast at campsite
What's included, what's not
Guided ocean kayaking and overnight trip to Mount Warning
Kayak, life jacket, helmet, wetsuit and paddle
Barbecue dinner on Day 1, breakfast on Day 2
Snacks and bottled water
Roundtrip transport to and from your Byron Bay hotel
Live tour commentary provided in English
Self-guided hike on Mount Warning
What you can expect
Cruise through ocean swells past playful dolphins, stroll along rainforest paths up mountain peaks, sleep under the stars and watch a breathtaking sunrise break over Australia's eastern coast. This active, 2-day excursion takes you from the top of Mount Warning to the tip of Byron Bay's coast.
Pack your bags and throw on a swimming costume before you're picked up from your hotel and whisked off to the golden sands lining Cape Byron Marine Park. After getting a few paddling tips, don a wetsuit and a life jacket and hop into a kayak. Head out into the deep blue waters of the Pacific Ocean, keeping your eyes peeled for acrobatic dolphins and lackadaisical sea turtles. If you're visiting in the winter months, you might even see the dramatic sprays of whales. For a change of scenery, grab some snorkelling gear to explore the underwater side of this ecologically rich marine area.
From the coast, enjoy a scenic drive to the forested hills surrounding Mount Warning. Arrive and follow an expert guide along winding trails. End your day at camp, tucking into a delicious barbecue dinner and roasting sticky marshmallows over a crackling campfire.
Wake up early to a hearty breakfast, which provides you with plenty of energy for a pre-sunrise hike to the summit. At the top, find a comfortable spot to sit down and rest your legs while the first golden rays of the day creep over the horizon. Savour each fleeting moment and snap a few photos to remember your journey before heading back down the trail and returning to Byron Bay.