Byron Bay is a popular resort and home to surfers and alternative lifestyle alike. It is situated on the northernmost NSW coast between Ballina and the border with Queensland. The beaches are superb and you have a choice From long stretches to secluded coves all with different aspects and therefore conditions for swimming or surfing. The town has lots of little shops and restaurants and is always lively and interesting. Cape Byron is just south of the town and you can visit Australia's most easterly point where there is a lighthouse built in 1901. The Cape was named by Captain Cook after the poet's grandfather who sailed around the world in the 1760s.
There are no cruises currently listed for this port of call.