Main Beach Byron Bay Australia
Byron Bay, New South Wales, Australia
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With warm, clear waters, Byron's beaches offer excellent swimming and surfing conditions. As well as swimming and surfing, you can experience Byron Bay's beaches from the many walking tracks and lookout platforms along the coast. ... Between June and October, Byron Bay welcomes humpback whales on their annual migration.
Julian Rocks is 2.8km from the mainland and can be easily accessed by Kayak or Canoe, once there grab your snorkel and enjoy swimming with the sharks and rays. Mainly sandy beaches with some rock reefs, you can find a spot suitable for all levels. Fresh water showers located on the beaches. Lots of local spots to eat and drink.
It's Australia, so keep an eye out for the shark and stinger reports.

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Alexander Gooding

6 Jul 2021

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Testc

Mike parker

29 Jun 2021

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Really picturesque spot with ease of access to open water swimming and a paddle boarding centre.

Alexander Gooding

24 Jun 2021

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Feel free to leave your own thoughts on the location

Alexander Gooding

17 Jun 2021

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Really nice swim this evening, but be warned the seaweed will get you on low tide 😂

Leigh Rickards

14 Jun 2021

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Cracking phots when the sun's out

Leigh Rickards

14 Jun 2021

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Beautiful

James

9 Jun 2021

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It's great place for swimming and camping!

Bill

8 Jun 2021

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Great swim today at Bovisand. Great conditions. Went from Beach furthest south a bit heavy with rotting seaweed. Lots of people paddle boarding from other beach. Sea was lovely. Unfortunately cafe was closed. 4g signal from second car park a bit intermittent so watch for parking charges if relying on Ringo.

Alexander Gooding

4 Jun 2021

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Small sandy beach, have to descend the steps to make it to the beach. Views and clarity are great. Not protected by the breakwater so could see bigger swell than other places locally

Alexander Gooding

4 Jun 2021

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Amazing place to swim. Safe and picturesque.

Alexander Gooding

4 Jun 2021

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Firestone Bay is a small pebble beach which supplies astounding views of the Stonehouse peninsula, Mount Edgcumbe, the Plymouth Sound and Drake’s Island. The area around Firestone Bay is great for swimming and snorkelling, with lots of interesting marine life to see.

Simon

4 Jun 2021

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This location is the reason I fell in love with Open Water Swimming. I have so many good memories from swimming in awful conditions to sunrises that will live with me for ever.

The Hutong Cafe serves up the perfect post swim coffee and cake