Getting around Byron Bay
Byron Bay Travel and Transport
Byron Bay is an easy place to reach these days by plane, car, bus or train (with a coach connection). Byron Bay is part of the Northern Rivers region of New South Wales and is situated just off the Pacific Highway south of the NSW/QLD border. Byron Bay is approximately 800km north of Sydney and 170km south of Brisbane, but have a look at our map if your not familiar with the area. Byron Bay township is small and quite flat so getting around by foot or pushbike can be a great alternative, depending on where your accommodation is located of course..
Blanch's Bus Company provides regular and reliable bus and coach transport for residents and visitors of the Ballina, Lennox Head, Byron Bay, and Mullumbimby areas of Northern NSW. Click here for local timetables.
Taxis are a convenient way to traverse Byron Bay and surrounds. Taxi services can supply taxi cabs, limousines, and mini buses.
The original car hire operation in Byron Bay established in 1975. Whether it be a cheap run about, a modern Getz or a luxury 7 seater for your airport needs they will have a vehicle to suit.
A great range of cars and prices to meet your individual needs. Special rates for weekly and long term rentals. Earth Car hire is also Australia's first carbon neutral hire car company.
From a 1975 Rolls Royce Corniche to a Mini Cooper S or maybe you would like the comfort of a Mercedes C200 Elegance, My Sports Car has a variety of of vehicles in its impressive fleet at affordable prices
There are several cycle hire shops in Byron Bay township where you can hire bikes on an hourly, daily or weekly basis. There are cycle tracks through some areas of town, one leading south to Suffolk Park and another leading out to the Byron Arts and Industry Estate and the suburb of Sunrise Beach.