The Byron Bay Beaches are legendary. It’s not just Australians and the surfing community who know about Byron Bay, but people all over the world.

Fair warning, those who visit, many never want to leave, and I don’t think you could get any more Australian than learning to surf at Byron Bay.

The Best Byron Bay Beaches

From quiet and peaceful beaches to excellent surf, you will find everything you need and more at these incredible beaches!

Main Beach Byron Bay

Main Beach is the closest beach to town and the most popular. If you’ve ever seen a postcard of Byron I bet it was of Main Beach.

Clarkes Beach

There’s some rocky areas for snorkeling and don’t miss the breakfast views from the Byron Beach Cafe.

The Pass

The Pass is a famous surf break and almost inspired me to grab a board and have a lesson. The surfing looked awesome with long smooth waves which seemed like they went all the way into Clarkes Beach.

Wategos Beach & Little Wategos Beach

Despite being Australia’s most easterly beach, it has gentle rolling waves that are perfect for the longboarders and beginner surfers doing their thing, and its sheltered and safe for the kiddies.

Lennox Head Beach

Lennox Head beach, located between Byron Bay and Ballina, has beautiful white sand and crystal clear waters, it is the perfect place to soak up some sun and relax.

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