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Kayaking with Dolphins in Byron Bay Guided Tour
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Kayaking with Dolphins in Byron Bay Guided Tour

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Paddle a kayak alongside bottlenose dolphins in scenic Byron Bay on this guided tour. As you experience these gentle creatures, learn about the protected habitat of Cape Byron Marine Park (park fees are included in the tour price) and catch a glimpse of historic Cape Byron Light. Conclude your adventure with tea and refreshments on the beach. No kayaking experience is required to enjoy this tour.
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GoSusan wrote a review Jan. 2020
Bend, Oregon32 contributions11 helpful votes
I wanted to write a review about Byron Bay , but I had to pick an actual place . Waited a long to get to Byron Bay , this is our 3rd, month long trip to Australia . Wreck Beach is a lovely beach . .the surfing was a positive experience for my husband. . . but seriously . . there were Homeless ( *they like to call them hippies , but I think I can tell a hippie from a homeless person. ) They sit along the wall in the parking lot and harass each other and the people. I saw 'full on' fist fights between themselves , but the worst was the kicking of their dogs. I went to the closest establishement and asked for the beach police . Nope . .they know the problem . She said, she has a huge problem with shoplifting. I am sorry to say, DO NOT bother with Byron Bay ( *sorry Chris Hemsworth ). The " no shoe thing " is silly, hot and flat out gross .( * do I need to actually tell you why it's gross ? ) Yes, the town has many other lovely places and shops . .but the town is overrun by " hippies " ( homeless ) and they might want to consider addressing these issues ( or not ? . . their Choice ) The town is gridlocked at all hours, must pay for parking everywhere , ( except the Woolworth's Grocery store , that provides parking with your ticket ) I visited a cool Op Shop at the local church , but the sweet older women, were closing the doors because there were 2 homeless , drunk men harassing them . They are finally building an offshoot , bypass road. but seriously . . . if we could redo our month long trip . . BYE BYE BYRON BAY and hello elsewhere . So So SO Disappointing. We have experienced so many awesome towns, in many States there . . . this was by far, the worst ! So Wish I could get a " Do Over " on this choice !
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Date of experience: December 2019
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Lesley P wrote a review Dec. 2017
Leek, United Kingdom534 contributions86 helpful votes
The Wreck is part of Belongil beach at Byron Bay. It some of the remains of a local boat the Wollongbar that sunk in 1922 when it broke away from moorings. No lives were lost, much of the load was salvaged as was part of the ship. I saw some of the boat protruding from the water walking on Belongil beach at Byron Bay. Its quite eerie, easily seen from the shore. It is a popular surfing spot and you can sometimes see the surfers climbing on the remains of the ship a short distance from the shore at low tide.
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Date of experience: November 2017
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von.blondie wrote a review Jul. 2016
Byron Bay, Australia101 contributions18 helpful votes
a great place to surf it is the prefect place for the goofy footer to get some waves take some time to surf the wreck and the pass
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Date of experience: August 2015
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MBB1952 wrote a review Jan. 2015
Surfers Paradise, Australia10,760 contributions1,010 helpful votes
The Wreck is named after the ship Wollongbar that is lodged just of shore at Belongil Beach and about 65 meters from the Main Beach at Byron Bay. The Wreck is a favourite spot for surfers> When I was there in December I just saw a bit with seagulls perched on it, as it was high tide. When you google The Wreck there are many images on the net.
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Date of experience: December 2014
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