Activities & Things to do in Broken Head
Activities while you’re away from home relaxing. From time to time you might perhaps be looking for something extra to go and see, do, or experience, or you might just simply want to explore by wandering. To help you with this while you are staying with as at Broken Head Holiday Park, check out some of our recommended activities, or have a chat with our reception staff. We might be able to help in some way, perhaps even assisting to book something you have chosen.
Cape Byron State Conservation
Cape Byron, so named by Captain Cook., for in excess of 100 years, the Cape Byron Lighthouse has stood proud and tall at Australia’s most eastern point. It provides the light that shines at night over the Cape Byron Marine Park. You might like to learn some of the history about this iconic white tower, tours are available. On your way up to, or down from the lighthouse, you might enjoy a relaxing drink and something to eat at the Pass Café.
National Park Activities
Planning an adventure or walking activities within the National Parks, you might like to click here. There a wide range of options available.
- Bundjalung National Park
- Border Ranges National Park – World Heritage
- Mt Warning (Wollumbin) National park
- Nightcap National Park
Cape Byron Marine Park
Covers approximately 22,000 hectares, extending from Brunswick Heads in the North, to Lennox Head in the South.
Wanting to learn how to surf? Byron Bay has a number of learning to surf schools providing you with the necessary chance to learn, should you wish to try this sport.
Suffolk Park Restaurants
Just around the corner from your accommodate with us at Broken Head, is Suffolk Park, there are two eateries here that might suit you.
Byron Bay Restaurants
There is a wide selection of restaurants between Broken Head and Byron Bay, check out any respectable food guide for a choice from over 85 places to eat.