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Our favourite things to do in Byron Bay

by Bonnie Gill

It’s no secret that our Byron Bay 30 hour meditation training is going to be absolute bliss. Travellers and Aussies regularly flock to Byron for a dose of zen, smoothie bowls and some beach time and we’re following suit!

We thought we’d do a little bit more digging to convince you to join us (if you’re not already!)

Walk to the Lighthouse and watch the sunrise or sunset
It’s not hard to catch Byron Bay in good weather, and doing the walk up to the Lighthouse to watch the sunrise or sunset is one of those grounding moments that make the incline worth every minute. If you’re game enough and/or looking for a bit of a workout, pack your sneakers and get ready to take it all in. It’s magic!

Devour the best healthy bakery treats at Sunday Sustainable Bakery
Because you’re on holiday and treating yourself is very, very important and a visit to Sunday Sustainable Bakery is a must. Think freshly baked, mouth-wateringly good treats made with ethically sourced and organic ingredients. Drooool. Ideal for a post-Lighthouse visit!

Bask in the beachy vibes at The Pass with a caffeine-fix from Top Shop:
The Pass is one of Byron’s best go-to spots, and basking in all the vitamin D and beachy views is just what the doctor ordered, always. Just before you get there, make a pit stop to Top Shop Byron Bay and soak it all up with a dose of local coffee or chai.

Swing by Punch and Daisy in Mullumbimby:
If you’re joining 213 on the Meditation Training, be sure to drop into Punch and Daisy on your way there, it’s only 15 minutes down the road! With welcoming interiors and a breakfast, lunch and dinner menu, you can expect to enjoy dishes with locally sourced, house-made ingredients. The coffee comes from local roasters Moonshine Coffee and it’s very likely it’ll have you coming back for more.

For more information on our upcoming 30 hour Meditation Training with Steve Ross, click here.