But it was raining....
1. Massage - this city is a mecca for those who are health and wellness aficionados. Make sure you dabble in at least one wellbeing activity while you are there. I suggest a massage, but yoga, pilates and even crossfit are all indoor options there. We also went to one of the many crystal stores and bought some stones that were relevant to us. Although not normal crystal buying folks, it was amazing to see how many stones were available and the meanings and intentions behind them.
4. Hinterland - For this activity you are gonna need a car or a tour bus. Getting out to the hinterland of Byron is beautiful. Even when it was basically flooding like when we went. We headed out to Killen Falls (which was overflowing so much we couldn’t even complete the walk), to Newrybar to see the Macadamia and Coffee Farms then to Ewingsdale for a quick bite to eat at The Farm Byron Bay. The Hinterland is a great mix of farmland and rainforest and you will probably find yourself forgetting that the glorious beach is only 20 minutes away.
Byron Bay is a summer mecca for bronzed gods and goddesses, but there is still so much to do when it's raining and cold. Although most would recommend going in the summer months, if you want to skip the crowds and still have an enjoyable 'summer-like' experience, Byron is still the most famous place to go in Australia.
Stayed: Air BnB
Ate: So many places - Il Buco, Miss Margarita, and Byron Bay Brewery
Coffeed: Espresso Head, TopShop, Beach Byron Bay and Combi
Until next (rainy) adventure,