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Kayak with dolphins near your Byron Bay holiday cottage
There's no vibe quite like that of Byron Bay, Australia. A holiday cottage here is the perfect base for surfing trips in the dawn sunshine, followed by relaxed afternoons on the beach and twirling fire poi shows after miraculous sunsets.
Farm to table
With all that surfing, you'll work up an appetite. Which is lucky, because the cuisine in Byron Bay is superb. Start your day with calorific treats at one of the cafés in the city centre, or healthy juice. Later in the day, visit Three Blue Ducks, a special eatery set directly on a farm with pigs, Highland cattle, and chickens.
Be sure to book ahead to experience the tasty treats at Fleet. There are just 22 seats at this well-known wine bar and restaurant in Brunswick Heads, making the experience all the more intimate. Also, every first Saturday of the month, you can sample a range of local flavours at Byron Bay Community Market's three hundred stalls.
Sea turtles and surfing
For families, Byron Bay is a paradise. You'll want to spend most of your time catching waves on the world-famous beaches. At Cape Byron Marine Park, you can kayak beside pods of bottlenose dolphins, or you can scuba dive with sea turtles at Julian Rocks Marine Reserve. On land, you can go mountain biking through the subtropical rainforests and volcanic reaches of Byron Bay's coastline.
You'll never forget your flight above the spectacular coastline near Mount Warning. Adrenaline junkies can get their kick with a freefall from 14,000 feet, organised by Skydive Byron Bay.
There are also plenty of adventures on solid ground. Hike the Cape Byron trail at dawn, and you'll be one of the first people in the country to feel the sun. Watch humpback whales, which migrate between June and November. The UNESCO World Heritage-listed Nightcap National Park is home to bandicoots, possums, and the stunning Minyon Falls.
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