Byron Bay Surfing - Surfs up
Thanks to Cape Byron Headland, there are beaches facing East, North and South, so there is always a sheltered nook or protected break
There's always somewhere in Byron where the surf is up.
And whether you're a beginner or a seasoned pro, there's usually a wave to suit you.
The Pass and Wategos are good for long boards too so you can get the big Mal out
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Further North of Main Beach -actually more north-west - is Belongil where you will find the Wreck and further North still, Belongil Creek, Sunrise and Tyagarah Beach. Belongil Beach is usually good for an early morning surf
Surf Shops and Schools
koolkatzsurf.com - Learn to Surf School
Byron Bay is a pretty laid back kinda place so none of this..
So what're you
The Stats - Check out where the best breaks are
Byron Bay Surf Breaks
If you haven't tried surfing before and fancy giving it a go while you're here, there are a number of Surf schools only too willing to give you lessons.
If you want a few tips and pointers before getting here, check out podsurf for some surf lesson videos and podcasts.
If you feel like giving it a go while here you can always hire a board, or if you stay at one of our places at
you can use the boards we leave there. They wouldn't all be top quality but good enough to get you out there.