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When is the best time to visit Byron Bay?

If you’re looking to book cheap flights from Newcastle to Byron Bay and are wanting to enjoy decent weather during your stay, the best time to visit Byron Bay falls between September and November. At this time of the year, fewer tourists visit the coastal town, meaning that you may be able to find a better deal on flights and hotel rates. Be mindful, however, that New South Wales school holidays do typically fall in September, while teens from across the country make their way to the town for Schoolies celebrations in late November and early December. Newcastle to Byron Bay flights may be more expensive at these times, so be sure to plan accordingly.

Summer is a popular time to holiday in Byron Bay, with tourists from across the country and the globe wanting to enjoy a taste of the laid back Byron way of life. If you are wanting to spend time lazing at the beach in Byron Bay during summer, be sure to book your airfares and accommodation ahead of time.

Although it may not be the best time of year to head to the beach, winter is a good time to visit Byron Bay if you’re travelling on a budget. At this time of year, which spans from June to August, demand for flights from Newcastle to Byron Bay is typically low, allowing you to find great deals on airfares. If you’re more interested in exploring Byron Bay’s dining scene than its beaches, it is also a great time to secure restaurant bookings without the competition that comes with the town’s peak tourist seasons.

What are the major events and festivals held in Byron Bay?

Byron Bay Bluesfest

Held each year over the Easter long weekend, the Byron Bay Bluesfest is the country’s largest blues and roots festival. Attracting an extensive lineup of acts from across the globe, the festival features an assortment of live performances and activities, opportunities to meet popular artists, and more. With a blockbuster lineup of performers taking to the stage, with previous artists including the likes of Iggy Pop, Lionel Ritchie, Madness and Jethro Tull, there’s no shortage of up-and-coming and established artists to discover. If you plan to visit Byron Bay for the festival, be sure to book your accommodation and flights from Newcastle to Byron Bay well ahead of time as rates tend to increase closer to the festival period.

Splendour in the Grass

An annual music and arts festival, Splendour in the Grass attracts music lovers from across Australia to Byron Bay for three days of fantastic live performances. With camping typically available on site, festival goers enjoy a great lineup of local and international artists, from chart-topping industry darlings and provocative musicians to up-and-coming performers who are yet to break the big time. From the Arctic Monkeys and Kanye West to The Cure, Flume and Tame Impala, Splendour in the Grass’ lineup is always eclectic and extremely popular, with tickets selling out fast. With Newcastle to Byron Bay flights in high demand during festival season, consider booking your airfares once you’ve secured your ticket to Splendour in the Grass.

Byron Artisan Market

Held on Saturday nights between mid-October and March, a visit to the Byron Artisan Market is a great way to spend an evening. Taking place between 4pm and 9pm, the market’s stalls are filled with an assortment of arts and crafts created by local artisans. Pick up some beautiful homewares, find a unique gift for a loved one or simply spend some time browsing through the market grounds. With live music and food stalls onsite, you’ll find it's a popular event among locals and visitors visiting with Newcastle to Byron Bay flights alike.

What are the top things to do and see in Byron Bay?

Watch a sunrise near Cape Byron Lighthouse

Positioned along the Australian mainland’s most easterly point, the area surrounding the Cape Byron Lighthouse is one of the first places in the country to greet the new day. Make an early start on at least one day before you head home on your Newcastle to Byron Bay return flights and watch on as the sun emerges from below the horizon. Although you may need to set an alarm to ensure you reach the popular viewing spot before daybreak, the experience is sure to be one that you won’t forget in a hurry.

Hit the beach

No visit to Byron Bay would be complete without spending a day at the beach. Along the beautiful coastline that borders the town, you’ll find no shortage of great waterside spots. From the ever popular Main Beach to the quieter sands of Belongil Beach, you’ll find plenty of great places to swim, surf or simply soak up the warm Byron sun. Set out on a sunrise stroll for a walk to remember or round off the day with the sand between your toes and waves lapping at your legs.

Explore the local dining scene

With an assortment of cuisines and dining styles to choose from, you’ll be spoilt for choice when deciding where and what to eat in Byron Bay following your cheap flights to Byron Bay from Newcastle. Head to Three Blue Ducks to sample menus filled with delicious seasonal produce or stop by Beach Byron Bay for a lazy lunch with a view. Balcony Bar and Oyster Co. is a must-visit for seafood lovers craving fresh, plump rock oysters, while St Elmo Dining Room and Bar serves up delectable shared plates and Spanish tapas. Whether you’re craving the cuisines of Japan, India, Italy or somewhere further afield, looking to please your palate with fresh seafood, or are wanting a big breakfast to kick off a day of adventure, the town’s eateries have you covered.
 

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