Byron Trails

Byron Trails – 50 walking adventures in Byron Bay and beyond

Hit the trails in and around Byron Bay and discover some of the area’s natural treasures on foot.

Byron Trails is the best-selling local guidebook of coastal and hinterland walks accessible from Byron Bay. The book by Irish author Mairéad Cleary offers 50 fabulous walking trails in the tranquil nature of the Byron area.

The comprehensive easy-to-use guide provides a selection of trails ranging from those suitable for kids right up to challenging full day hikes, and is a handy size to slip into your backpack. Complete with clear maps and beautiful images Byron Trails is known for being simple and easy to use.

Most importantly the guide includes the best cafés in the area where you can indulge in a well-deserved coffee or chai and cake afterwards. The cafés are close to selected walks in Byron Bay, Brunswick Heads, Byron hinterland and Nightcap National Park, Lennox Head, East Ballina, Tweed Coast and Tweed hinterland.

Buy the book online or from the Byron Visitor Centre.

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