Byron Bay’s reputation of being the beach town precedes to it to such an extent that the very first impression of it may leave you wondering as to what is this fuss all about. The beaches are not only great but they are spectacular and lie all along the coast. So, what makes Byron Bay so special? To sum it up, it is the very vibe of the place that makes it so special. It is only and only in Byron that the coastal surf area flows into the hippie tide washing down from the hinterland. As a result of this, it leads to the formation of one great barefooted proxy lifestyle mélange.
Town center of the Byron bay is laid back and low lying. Locals of the town are only adamant on preserving the essential small town soul of this coastal town nestled in the south eastern state of New South Wales in Australia. This does not mean that Byron is secluded or sees no tourists rather it does gets cramped with several off-the-leash teens who come here to live the lax life. Yet the unique atmosphere of Byron has the ability of transforming even the most cynical tourists with its raucous nightlife, balmy days, ambling milieu, reliable surf breaks, endless beaches and fine food.