Byron Bay backpackers have for many years been coming to this seaside town as they travel around Australia, as they have everything that are wanting out of their Aussie experience all in one place and not mention that fantastic backpackers hostels that offer great prices and excellent entertainment every day.
Byron Bay has unspoiled beaches, great walking and cycling trails for backpackers to explore as well as great local nightlife only minutes from many of the hostels. Surfing, kayaking with dolphins, snorkelling, whale watching, rainforest and backpacker tours and rental to Nimbin are all possible when you make Byron Bay one of your holiday stop over’s on your journey around Oz.
When looking for accommodation in Byron Bay, you be left wondering where to start first! There are that many awesome places to stay, that all have fantastic reviews, you will be hard pressed to decide on just one. Many of the backpacker hostels are perfectly located in the heart of Bryon Bay, so you are just a stone’s throw away from the bus stop, train station, restaurants, cafes, live entertainment, beaches and shopping precincts.
You can choose from double rooms for privacy for the two of you, dorm rooms that can sleep up to 12 people or twin rooms if you are travelling with a friend but just feel like bunking down with strangers. All of the backpacker hostels have great staff, excellent entertainment, swimming pools and a tour desk just to make things even easier for you.
Along with the countless places to stay, you will also have at your fingertips an array of activities and attractions that you can see and do while you are in Byron Bay. From snorkelling, diving, fishing, swimming, paragliding, hang gliding, joy flights, horse riding, nature walks, hiking, abseiling, river and ocean cruises, whale watching, and kayaking you can fill up your day with so many things or be as laid back as you want and just soak up the atmosphere.
Byron Bay is a place where anything goes, you can be as way out as you want... and if that is the case why not check out the very popular nudist beaches that can be found at various places around Byron.
Byron Bay is really easy to get to as well, with many of the major coach companies travelling in and out every day of the week. Greyhound and McCafferty’s do regular runs up and down the east coast along the Pacific Highway so you can stop in for the day or stay for the week.... it is entirely up to you! Byron Bay backpacking is always number one on any backpackers list of things to see and do!