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What can you do in Byron Bay over the weekend?
Cape Byron is famous for being the easternmost point in mainland Australia, and it’s one of the top attractions for visitors holidaying on return flights to Ballina. There are several spots to visit on Cape Byron, including the famous Cape Byron Lighthouse. The heritage-listed lighthouse was in operation until 1989 and is now home to the Maritime Museum where you can learn all about the maritime history of Byron Bay. Wategos Beach and Fisherman’s Lookout are other spots to see on Cape Byron while visiting NSW on flights to Ballina.
Cumbebin Wetland Sanctuary
The Cumbebin Wetland Sanctuary is a quiet spot that’s only a 10-minute walk from the bustling town centre. A series of boardwalks wind their way through the Cumbebin Wetland Sanctuary where visitors can spot wetland plants and lagoons. The sanctuary is also teeming with wildlife, and it’s one of the top spots for bird-watching while holidaying on cheap flights to Ballina. The kingfisher, white ibis and honeyeater are among the many bird species to see.
Byron Bay Markets
Make sure to stop by one of the Byron Bay markets if you book return flights to Ballina for a weekend trip. There are many different markets to visit, some of which are held weekly and others monthly. The Byron Bay Artisan Market is held every Saturday and is a must-visit for travellers who book weekend flights to Ballina. Browse crafts from local artists, get something to eat, and see musicians performing live. Other exciting markets that may be on during your weekend trip include the Byron Bay Community Market and Mullumbimby Community Market.
What is the cost of visiting Byron Bay?
Start planning for your trip to Byron Bay by getting your airfare to Ballina, accommodation, and rental car booked through Webjet. The average price for a hotel room in central Byron typically costs between $100 and $150 NZD per night. Having a car is the best way to get around while holidaying on flights to Ballina. Rental cars start from about $35 NZD per day and are available to pick up from Ballina Byron Gateway Airport (BNK).
Public transport is available around the area for visitors who choose not to rent a car in between return flights to Ballina. A shuttle bus travels from Ballina Byron Gateway Airport (BNK) to central Byron Bay for $25 AUD ($26.70 NZD). There’s also a public bus, which costs $2.40 AUD ($2.55 NZD) to ride around town and the inner suburbs.
There are plenty of exciting attractions to consider for your budget after booking tickets to Ballina. Take a half-day surfing lesson for about $70 AUD ($74.75 NZD), and visit Cape Byron, which costs $8 AUD ($8.55 NZD) per car. There are also some excellent opportunities to interact with marine life while visiting Byron Bay with cheap flights to Ballina. Take a three-hour kayaking tour surrounded by dolphins for about $70 AUD ($74.75 NZD), or embark on a whale-watching cruise for about $100 AUD ($106.80 NZD) for adults and $80 AUD ($85.45 NZD) for kids.
When is the best time to visit Byron Bay?
Summer is the high season in Byron Bay and the most popular time of year to travel on flights to Ballina. Temperatures of about 28°C make this the ideal time for water activities and spending time on the beach. Hotels can fill up quickly in the summer, so make sure you get the best rate by booking your accommodation early.
Both autumn and spring have pleasant daytime temperatures of about 22° to 25°C. These are great times to book airfare to Ballina if you’re looking for warm weather while avoiding the peak summer crowds. Spring is also the season that experiences the lowest amount of rainfall in Byron Bay.
Consider booking tickets to Ballina for a winter getaway if you’re after a bargain break. Winter is the low season, so many hotels lower their rates. Average daytime temperatures of about 19°C mean it’s a bit chilly for lounging on the beach and heading into the water unless you’re donning a wetsuit, but it’s a great time for coastal walks and many outdoor activities.
Whale-watching season in Byron Bay lasts between June and November, so plan to book cheap flights to Ballina during this time if you’d love a chance to spot these mammals in the wild.