Byron Bay is a popular beachside town located in the far-northeastern corner of the state of New South Wales, Australia, 772 kilometers north of Sydney and 165 kilometers south of Brisbane. Cape Byron, a headland adjacent to the town, is the easternmost point of mainland Australia.
The town has several beautiful beaches, which are popular for swimming and surfing. It is a resort popular with both domestic and international tourists. The area is also noted for its natural beauty, wildlife – including whales – and for its colorful and spirited community.
The closest larger international airport is in Brisbane. There are also limited international flights to the Gold Coast. The closest domestic airports are Gold Coast and Ballina /Byron airports. Shuttle and limousine service are available from these airports to the Byron Bay CBD or directly to Sangsurya, the Retreat Centre.
Byron Bay has a subtropical climate, which means that it has hot, rainy summers and cool, dry winters. The summer months are December, January and February, with February generally being the hottest and most humid. The humidity drops around the end of March and winter and spring are usually fine with bright blue skies, low humidity and the maximum daily temperatures around 20oC. All year round, the climate allows outdoor activity.
To find out more about Byron Bay visit the Byron Visitor’s Centre (http://www.visitbyronbay.com). To book your retreat accommodation after the Process you may also want to visit the Byron Bay Accommodation Service (http://www.byronbayaccom.net/)