Byron Bay News
Byron Bay A Year Round Tropical Paradise
Byron Shire is truly a shire for all seasons, nestled on the north coast of New South Wales approximately 2 hours drive south of Brisbane and a 40 minute drive south of the Gold Coast. The area offers a year round tropical paradise of beaches and rainforests with the average temperature in summer of 27 degrees and 22 degrees in winter.
Byron Bay SAE College
AudioTechnology Magazine, Issue 28, Page 42 to 47
"... when you walk through the 'campus' and grasp the scale of this enormous undertaking - from any perspective, technological or otherwise - you cannot help but be impressed. What on the outside looks like a very expensive resort, rapidly reveals itself to be exponentially more valuable, as you discover the seemingly endless number of control and recording rooms, edit suites, post production and mix rooms, all decked out with the 'latest and greatest hitech equipment, nestling relatively inconspicuously under the shade of the very lo-tech gum trees. This joint, make no mistake, is a monster!'"
Humpback Whales Begin Journey South Past Byron Bay
Southern Cross University researchers have started a 10-week survey of humpback whales, including mothers and calves, as they pass Ballina on their journey south to the Antarctic.
The Pink Guide website is an extension of a ten year old winning publication, The Pink Guide.
A publication that is distributed nationally, and is accepted as the GoTo guide for
the GLBT community for information about Gay Friendly businesses in that distribution area.
Whaling turns to whale-watching in Byron Bay
The sleepy seaside village at Australia's eastern-most point was pushed into the spotlight during the 'surfing sixties', when Byron was identified as one of the country's premier surfing spots, hugged on every side by small, lush dairy farms.