Brunswick Head Attractions
The magical Brunswick River, family-friendly Torakina Beach, the Break Wall, sweeping ocean beaches all the way to Byron Bay, a vibrant village brimming with ecclectic and unique shops and more than 20 excellent eateries ... there's more than 101 Things To Do in Brunswick Heads and an abundance of 'Simple Pleasures' to indulge in from surfing to fishing, whale watching to kayaking tours, river cruises, canoe and boat hire - please explore everything we have on offer through this website. While you're here soaking up the natural attractions of Brunswick Heads, why not explore the nearby towns and hinterland attractions, all offering a fabulous day out for the whole family...
Northern Rivers Rail Trail
Looking to plan a trip to the Northern Rivers Rail Trail? No matter what type of traveler you are – an experienced cyclist, a nature lover, or a history buff – we’ve got you covered. Their website includes maps and comprehensive safety and rule guides to ensure your trip is both safe and enjoyable. Additionally, their “need to know” and “what’s on” guides provide all the essential information you’ll need to prepare for your journey.
Brunswick Picture House
The lovingly restored Brunswick Picture House lifted the curtains and reopened the doors on the old theatre in 2016. An iconic, picturesque, local landmark, the Picture House produces a vibrant mix of film, circus, music, comedy, cabaret and family friendly entertainment. For show times and tickets www.brunswickpicturehouse.com
30 Fingal Street, Brunswick Heads
Crystal Castle & Shambhala Gardens
A short scenic journey into Byron’s hinterland lies a tranquil and magical sanctuary. Home of the world’s largest natural crystals, a walk in the lush rainforest and botanical gardens reveals the wonder of sacred statues and the World Peace Stupa. Now everyone can sit in a crystal cave too (Pic: Cherie and Belinda the marketing team at the Visitor Centre). Be immersed in the magic of the Enchanted Cave, the largest amethyst cave in the world, or stand between the world’s tallest geode pair, The Crystal Guardians. Enjoy the breathtaking views while you sip on a fresh local coffee or enjoy a tasty, healthy meal or a tempting treat in our Lotus Cafe. Enrich your spirit and discover the jewel of Byron. Read more...
Zephyr Horses is a unique coastal horse ranch in the picturesque town of Byron Bay.
We offer small personalized horse tours, on the beach, in the beautiful sub-tropical woodlands, and at 'The Farm'. In addition, we do mounted archery and trick riding clinics, horseback pub tours, mustering camps, private lessons, pony club, team-building activities, and our divine range of horses are also available for professional photo shoots and weddings.
The Zephyr Horses team is dedicated to delivering soul charging, adventure packed moments to last a lifetime.
Cape Byron Kayaks is the original kayaking tour in Byron Bay and our fully qualified guides share a wealth of local knowedge making your experience a sale and memorable one. Whether a novice or experienced kayaker your adventure will include paddling in our magnificent protected bay, surfing the waves, and encountering our abundant marine life. Afternoon tea includes all the Tim Tams you can eat on one our pristine beaches. Two tours everyday!
Tropical Fruit World
Take a fresh look at fun! Explore our farm and discover more than 500 varieties of delicious fruits! Enjoy tractor tours, plantation safaris, mini train rides, jungle riverboat cruise, treasure island, fauna park and fruit tasting shows. Fresh tropical fruits, icecreams, drinks and mouth-watering lunches available, as well as natural skincare and gourmet products. Open daily 10am-4.30pm EST, except Christmas Day.
Currumbin Wildlife Sanctuary
With hundreds of native Australian animals on display in natural bushland and rainforest settings, Currumbin Wildlife Sanctuary provides a rare opportunity to see and experience our amazing native wildlife. Now includes Currumbin Wildlife Hospital Precinct and Green Challenge Adventure Park. Read more...
28 Tomewin Street Currumbin QLD 5534
p: 07 5534 1266
Tweed Regional Gallery and Margaret Olley Art Centre
The Tweed Regional Gallery and Margaret Olley Art Centre is housed in an award winning purpose-built facility with easy access and undercover parking. It is a public art gallery showing an engaging display of portraits, contemporary and historical artworks by local artists, travelling exhibitions and from the Gallery’s Collection. The Margaret Olley Art Centre opened in March 2014 as an extension to the Gallery. It re-creates three rooms of the artist's home in which she painted. As well, there are changing exhibitions of Margaret Olley artworks or works by related artists. The Gallery is located in a beautiful setting with glorious views of the Tweed River, Mt Warning and the Border Ranges which can be enjoyed from the Gallery Café. Gallery and Café opening hours are Wednesday to Sunday 10am to 5pm. Closed Christmas Day and Good Friday. Admission is free.