Travel

Byron Bay is a coastal town in the far-northeastern corner of New South Wales, known as Cavvanbah (‘meeting place’) to the local Arakwal Aboriginal people.

The area is considered subtropical and does get hot in summer, reaching averages of almost 27°C, so please be sure to stay hydrated and wear sunscreen when out during the day. Rain in the evenings is also common. Byron is also famed as a hippie Mecca, a surfing haven and a café paradise.

As a part of The 10th International Somatechnics Conference, we plan to offer access to a variety of Byron-centric activities. Tune back soon for more details.


Byron Bay Markets

The Byron Bay Community Market will be held at the Butler Street reserve on Sunday 4 December 2016. The market is one of the biggest in the area, with several acres of stalls selling hand-crafted items, imports, fresh produce and take-away food.

For early arrivals, the Byron Farmers Market can be found on Thursday morning (8-11am) at the Butler Street reserve. All manner of fresh produce is on offer, as well as sauces, pickles, muffins, cakes and bread.

The Mullumbimby Farmers Market takes place on Friday from 7-11am at the Mullumbimby Showgrounds, Main Arm Rd, Mullumbimby (between Chinbible St and Coral Ave), featuring fresh, local produce and a sampling of local music.

The Byron Bay Artisan Market will be running on Saturday 3 December 2016 at Railway Park from 4-9pm, showcasing arts and crafts from the region.

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