Things to do using a Campervan in Tasmania Easter 2018

By Australia / Tasmania /

Tasmania is beautiful any time of year with its countryside being the perfect place to relax and unwind. Just a couple of days away from the hustle and bustle of the city and you’ll feel as if you’ve been on holiday for weeks in beautiful Tassie.

Thinking of heading somewhere beautiful for the Easter break? All you need to do is grab a great campervan deal to enjoy a cheap weekend at one of these destinations to do using a campervan in Tasmania Easter 2018.


Located within a beautiful valley, Rosebery is a zinc and gold mining town. It’s surrounded by dense forest and volcanic mountains known as the West Coast Range. If you like walking then there’s a scenic loop that offers superb views of the town. Rosebery also isn’t far from Montezuma Falls, which is one of Tasmania’s highest falls. To get there you just need to take a short walk along an old mining tram line or you can even get there along a 4WD track.

Snug Beach

Are you searching for your own beachfront paradise this Easter 2018? You’ll find it at Snug Beach. It’s only a 30 minute drive from Hobart. Relax by the beach as you ready a book or have a picnic with the family. It’s a great location to swim, fish or go boating. You’ll also find a beach tennis court and a children’s playground not too far away. Venture a little further into the Huon Valley and you’ll be kept busy with plenty of scenery and popular attractions.


Beautifully preserved colonial buildings and cafes line the town of Stanley. A history tour will help you learn all about Stanley’s past. Another popular activity is climbing the path to the top of the Nut, which is a flat topped hill rising about 150 metres from the water’s edge. You’ll enjoy 360 degree views of the town. If you’re feeling tired then you can just take the chairlift to the top. However, it’s a good idea to base yourself in Stanley if you want to discover some of the best wilderness experiences that Tassie has to offer.


Tasmania’s second largest city is still a fantastic place to enjoy a relaxing weekend away for Easter 2018. It offers a fantastic mix of city and country charm with its elegant Victorian and Colonial buildings. Launceston is also known for its surrounding natural beauty. The stunning Cataract Gorge is only a short distance from the centre. While if you follow the Tamar River north then you’ll encounter the state’s finest wine-growing region. You could easily stop by many wineries along the way!

Coles Bay

This part of the world is unforgettable. Long after you leave the lovely seaside village you’ll be thinking about when you can return. Coles Bay sits between the bottom of stunning granite mountains and crystal clear waters of Oyster Bay. The best part about Coles Bay is that the beaches aren’t crowded. Enjoy swimming, fishing, boating, etc. while feeling as if you have this little slice of heaven all to yourself. From here you can also explore the stunning Wineglass Bay, which is consistently rated among the top beaches in the world.



Christmas holidays camping: book your campers before they’re gone

By Australia / New South Wales / Queensland / South Australia / Tasmania / Victoria /

The Christmas holidays is the busiest period for Australian caravan and camping sites. With the kids free and mum and dad away from work, it seems like everyone’s looking to get away for the festive season.

But you should make sure you get in early when it comes to hiring a campervan or caravan and booking a site.

Get across DriveNow’s cheap hire deals well before the Christmas holidays and consider heading to one of these incredible family destinations.

Kangaroo Valley, NSW

Drive about two hours south of Sydney for the Kangaroo Valley’s lush landscape. Some of the most popular activities include hiking through the pristine wilderness of Morton National Park, or admiring the spectacular 180m Gerringong Falls. You can also step back in time and experience life in the 1800s at the Kangaroo Valley Pioneer Museum.

Great Ocean Road, Victoria

Spend your Christmas holidays exploring one of the world’s most scenic coastal drives, the Great Ocean Road. Magical views of rocky cliffs, beaches, waterfalls and forests greet you at every turn along this 240km stretch of road. While visiting, make sure you get time to gaze upon the iconic Twelve Apostles. You may even decide to learn to surf at the world-famous Bells Beach.

Agnes Water, Queensland

At the southern end of the Great Barrier Reef is the picturesque Agnes Water, which locals also know as the town of 1770. It’s the birthplace of Queensland, home to unspoiled coastal rainforest and also rich in history. The golden sand beaches and clear waters make it a beautiful spot for families. It’s a five and a half hour drive north of Brisbane. It’s somewhat surprising that this pristine are isn’t more well-known among interstate travellers.

Bicheno, Tasmania

If you want to venture into unspoiled wilderness with the family this Christmas holidays, then Bicheno is the place to go. This family seaside holiday town is just two and a half hours north east of Hobart. Just offshore are some of the best diving spots in all of Australia. One of the most popular family activities is watching cute, little fairy penguins return to the beaches at dusk.  There are also many free campsites in the area, making this one very affordable holiday.

Victor Harbor, South Australia

Drive just over an hour south of Adelaide and you’ll come across one of the most family-friendly destinations. The kids are bound to love a ride on the Victor Harbor horse drawn tram. It’s the only place in Australia where you can do this! No doubt the whole family will enjoy the ride from Victor Harbor to the scenic Granite Island, where you can do a bushwalk to scenic lookout points.


The best luxury hotels in Adelaide and surrounds

By Australia / South Australia /

There are many incredible luxury hotels in South Australia. Whether you want to explore Adelaide city, venture to the Barossa Valley or witness the natural beauty of the Flinders Ranges, we have you covered for where to stay.

First, snap up one of DriveNow’s cheap car hire deals from Adelaide. Then take your pick from one of these five luxury hotels…

The Playford Adelaide

In the heart of Adelaide’s rich cultural precinct is The Playford. It’s one of Australia’s most awarded boutique luxury hotels. If you’re looking for a truly relaxing getaway then we recommend booking one of the Studio Spa Suites. It has everything you could ever dream of and more, including a lounge area and a walk-in marble ensuite. All while you have the city’s arts, cultural and entertainment hotspot right on your doorstep.

The Mayfair Adelaide

Stay in a stunning heritage-listed building that’s right across the road from Rundle Mall, which is Adelaide’s most popular shopping strip. It has 170 rooms and suites which feature modern amenities and luxurious extras. The venue boasts a gym, business centre and function rooms. You can also experience innovative food and wine at the Mayflower Restaurant, or you can check out the rooftop bar, Hennessy.

The Louise (pictured)

Drive just 45 minutes from Adelaide and you’ll reach The Louise in the beautiful Barossa Valley. Enjoy your very own private terrace along with a spacious ensuite at this gorgeous retreat. You’re surrounded by a picturesque vineyard in a tranquil part of the Barossa Valley – that is, the old German town of Marananga.

Southern Ocean Lodge

Take the ferry to reach the pristine Kangaroo Island, where one of the most beautiful lodges in Australia awaits. You’ll stay on a secluded cliff with incredible views of rugged coastline. You’ll soak up luxury and comfort as you explore the natural island, which is often referred to as Australia’s very own Galapagos. Stay here just a few nights and it’ll be difficult to leave.

Ikara Safari Camp

Do you want a luxurious experience with a difference? Then look no further than the award-winning Ikara Safari Camp. It’s far from your ordinary camping experience. Instead, you get to go ‘glamping’ with a luxury safari tent in the highest point of the beautiful Flinders Ranges. You’ll have your own private verandah where you can sip on some wine in the evenings. There’s also plush, king size beds, air-con and beautiful furnishings. Wake up every morning to your hosts serving you a delicious hot breakfast.


Great Victorian Campervan Adventures Within Two Hours of Melbourne 

By Australia / Victoria /

Victorian campervan adventures are some of the best in the whole of Australia. Whether you want to explore the stunning coast, inland lakes or historic cities, Victoria has it all. You just need to hire a campervan from Melbourne. Then you can truly get started on one of these Victorian campervan adventures.


It would be difficult to find anywhere quite like Blairgowrie. It’s one of the most simple but charming seaside locations in all of Victoria, especially in summer when the light brings out the ocean’s gorgeous blue. The beach is family friendly and you only need to drive for an hour and a half from Melbourne.


Ballarat, north west of Melbourne, is one of a kind. Sovereign Hill is the city’s most famous attraction. Go panning for real gold and learn about the hardships that migrants faced as they sought fortune during the 1850s Gold Rush. If you enjoy bushwalking, the Grampians National Park is nearby.

Macedon Ranges

This is a great place to visit in autumn when the leaves turn different shades of red and gold. You could easily eat and drink your way across this part of central Victoria. There’s a seemingly endless choice of venues to sample gourmet food and wine. You may choose to relax at a spa or have a picnic in one of the beautiful public gardens scattered across the region. The choice is yours!


Planning a visit to the Great Ocean Road? Look no further than Lorne. It’s a great location to base yourself as you travel up and down the coast visiting iconic attractions like the Twelve Apostles and Port Fairy. Lorne is also an easy one hour drive from Melbourne. In the summer, the patrolled surf beach is a great place to spend time with the family.


Campervan favourites in Byron Bay and surrounds

By Australia / New South Wales /

Byron Bay is world-famous for its stunning surf beaches and outdoor activities. Whether you want to relax by the beach, dine in front of a gorgeous sunset backdrop, or go on a family adventure, Bryon Bay has it all.

Are you travelling with a family and trying to keep your holiday on the cheaper side? The best way to do it is to hire a campervan from Brisbane Airport and drive two hours south to get there.

Here are five great places to stay if you’re looking for campervan accommodation in Byron.

BIG4 Byron Holiday Park

Imagine parking your campervan right next to one of the area’s most gorgeous beaches. This BIG4 park is spacious, has direct access to Tallow Beach and is just five minutes from the Heart of Byron Bay. It’s a great family atmosphere here. Better yet, there are private ensuite bathrooms available if your campervan doesn’t have those facilities.

Suffolk Beachfront Holiday Park

Suffolk is one of the region’s most popular holiday parks. You only need to spend a few minutes here to understand why. The location is the first advantage – it’s another great park right next to the beach. Being 10 minutes out of town, it’s also close enough to the centre of town while allowing you to avoid the hustle and bustle. You can even bring your pets along to stay here.

Byron Bay’s Glen Villa Resort

Less than half a kilometre from Byron’s CBD is the lovely Glen Villa Resort. It has powered and unpowered caravanning sites as is within walking distance to Belongil Beach. The resort also has an outdoor saltwater pool and hot tub. Not to mention all the other amenities you’d expect such as BBQs, kitchen and laundry facilities. This resort has everything you need plus more!

North Coast Holiday Parks Terrace Reserve

On the banks of the peaceful Simpsons Creek you’ll discover a blissful paradise, otherwise known as North Coast Holiday Parks Terrace Reserve. This multi award-winning holiday park is surrounded by natural bush and wildlife. The lovely Clarkes Beach is only a short stroll away, while you have modern facilities, like camp kitchens, at your fingertips. You’ll also have access to free WiFi.



Brisbane’s coolest caravan parks for your campervan

By Australia / Brisbane /

Do you want to explore the beautiful city of Brisbane in a caravan? It’s a caravan friendly city with many caravan parks to choose from. 

Hire a caravan from Brisbane Airport and stay at one of these caravan parks.

Brisbane Holiday Village (right)

If location is your main concern, then look no further than Brisbane Holiday Village. The award-winning Brisbane Holiday Village is only 15 minutes from the CBD and 20 minutes from the Gold Coast Theme Parks. It’s one of the most central caravan parks you’ll find in Brisbane which caters to all budgets. It also comes with all the amenities you’d expect, such as BBQs, a tennis court, mini golf course and a restaurant. 

Newmarket Gardens Caravan Park

Once upon a time this property was a Jersey cow stud farm but now it’s a tranquil caravan park for holiday-makers. This caravan park has 100 tourist sites, camping sites, ensuite cabins, to name a few accommodation styles. Newmarket Gardens is conveniently close to attractions such as Suncorp Stadium, the QLD Museum, Southbank and the Convention Centre. It’s also just 4km from the city centre but you’ll feel as if you have your own quiet section of paradise.

Brisbane Gateway Resort

Brisbane Gateway Resort is another venue in a convenient spot, which also offers value for money. You’ll stay in Rochedale on the south side of the city and enjoy the excellent facilities on site. Tourists who stay here praise the resort for its cleanliness and the modern guest facilities. Enjoy the resort-style swimming pool, a day/night tennis court and an adventure playground for the kids. All of the sites have electricity, water and waste water services.

Lake Somerset Holiday Park

If you’re prepared to stay outside Brisbane, then you won’t be disappointed if Lake Somerset Holiday Park is your choice. It’s set on 45 hectares in the Valley of the Lakes. Here, you can stay right near the edge of the water at Lake Somerset. This holiday park is the perfect place to base yourself if you want to explore Brisbane, Toowoomba and the Sunshine Coast. You also have the added bonus of having a watersport playground on your doorstep!



Relocation, relocation, relocation with a New Zealand campervan rental

By Auckland / Christchurch / New Zealand /

RELOCATION deals. Now that’s one of the most overlooked opportunities for those looking for an inexpensive and fun way to explore a destination. Right now, for example, there are dozens of cheap New Zealand campervan rental relocation deals just sitting there waiting to be clicked and most of them are for $5 a day at the time this blog hit the blogosphere.
So, how does it work? The DriveNow campervan rental relocation list is updated each day between 8.30am-9.30am (AEST) for travel in the coming two or three weeks. That’s when the list is fresh and vehicles most likely to still be available. It’s the best time to submit a relocation request as DriveNow is more than likely able to confirm your request. The relocations book quickly and therefore as the day progresses the availability becomes more limited. The number of free kilometres on each deal is the distance between the pickup and drop off location plus 550km. Any travel beyond that is charged at AU$0.55 per km.

What routes and vehicles are available as we type? Try these. And if you miss out this time don’t despair – set a reminder every month or two to see what deals are up on the NZ relocations page

relocate-deuceAUCKLAND TO CHRISTCHURCH – between December 31 to January 4

Hit the road in a Mighty Deuce. Microwave yourself some popcorn or some nachos in this super little roomy campervan that sleeps 2. Includes a handy toilet and shower so you’ve got everything you need. Includes 1350km free. $5 a day and 1350km free. Minimum 4 days and a maximum 7 days. Block out the week right now!

relocate-frontierCHRISTCHURCH TO AUCKLAND – between January 10 and January 20

Let’s flip it around and jump in a turbo diesel Britz Frontier, sleeps up to six adults, between January 10 and 20 for $5 a day! The large windows around the living area will provide you with an awesome view each morning. as you explore the sites all the way to Auckland. A total of 1350km free.

QUEENSTOWN TO AUCKLAND – between January 27 and January 31

Get ready to start cruising in a Mighty Big 6 which is ideal for two adults and up to four kids. Gas stove, shower and cool CD player to sing those favourite tunes while on the road with 2000km for free.

relocate-sunset_1CHRISTCHURCH TO QUEENSTOWN – between January 8 to January 12

The Maui Sunset sleeps six (three double beds) and is perfect for three couples wanting to explore the attractions and sights between Christchurch to Queenstown. Enjoy the spacious fixed rear bed with large windows, with comfortable dinette seating area with full kitchen and bathroom facilities. Minimum three days and maximum six, and 750km free.

Also try 5 great outdoor adventures in Auckland and Campervan adventures in Christchurch







Hastings Point for summer fun


Hastings Point is considered the jewel of the Tweed Shire. It’s set is an idyllic location surrounded by national park, unspoiled beach and ocean. Campers often return to this beautiful location for summer year after year. There’s no spot in Australia quite like Hastings Point.

That’s why you should read these tips to enjoy Hastings Point this summer.

Where to get some wheels

Whether you want to find yourself a hire car, a campervan or caravan you’ll find it all for cheap through DriveNow. For example, you can pick up some great campervan hire deals from Brisbane for only a few bucks a day. Drive less than two hours south to Hastings Point and you’re at your destination.

Where to stay – Hastings Point Holiday Park

Hastings Point Holiday Park (pictured) is one of the best campervan accommodation options in the area. It’s a secluded holiday park that over looks the beach and offers sites with beachfront or riverside views. It’s a great location for anyone who loves swimming or fishing. It also has a range of amenities, including WiFi.

Head outdoors – Cabarita Beach

Feeling like a surge of adrenaline? Grab a surfboard and hit the waves at Cabarita Beach. Or you could simply have a lazy day at the beach and go swimming. But this isn’t your average beach. If you’re visiting between June and October, when thousands of whales are migrating past the Australian coast, there’s a good chance you’ll get lucky and spot whales. Grab a pair of binoculars and point them out to the ocean.

Go inland – Mount Warning rainforest

This is the perfect place to hike through lush rainforests, which were created more than 20 million years ago by ancient volcanoes. You can also admire cascading waterfalls and have afternoon tea when visiting mountain villages. If you’re feeling up for some exercise, hike to the top of Mt Warning. The 8.8km return walk treats you to incredible 360 degree views from the Gold Coast to Byron Bay. Now that’s a sight you’ll never forget!

Eat somewhere – Tropical Fruit World

It’s a commercial farming operation and a major tourist attraction. You’re given a behind the scenes experience at the farm and a look at 500 exotic fruits from across the world. You have the opportunity to sample delicious avocados, bananas along with less popular produce such as carambola. Learn about the three generations of the Brinsmead family which created the experience and has made it more and more sustainable over time.



Campervan adventures in Christchurch

By Christchurch /

Christchurch is the oldest city in New Zealand. It’s also one of the most beautiful and is recovering after the devastating 2011 earthquakes. Whether you want to explore the city’s famous gardens, hit the snow or go on an outdoor adventure in the forest, Christchurch has everything. 

Planning a trip to Christchurch but wondering where to park your wheels? Visit DriveNow’s website to hire a campervan so you can begin your adventure in this beautiful city!

Christchurch Top10 Holiday Park

This holiday park is the largest accommodation provider in the city. It’s located on the outskirts of the CBD, making it an ideal place to base yourself during your stay. After you’ve explored the area for the day, you can enjoy the park’s spacious grounds, park facilities and pool. It’s always a favourite with young families but it also accommodates for all types of travellers, including business and backpackers.

North South Holiday Park

North South Holiday Park is located just five minutes from the airport, so you won’t have to travel far after picking up your campervan from the airport. If that’s not ideal enough, you’re also a short drive to wineries, wildlife parks and shopping malls. Powered and unpowered sites, cabins, BBQ facilities and a swimming pool with a sauna are some of the park’s highlights.

Amber Kiwi Holiday Park

Another centrally located holiday park, which sits between Christchurch Airport and close to the CBD. There’s a range of accommodation options, including camping or staying in your campervan. Park facilities include free wifi, car wash, two communal kitchen, a TV room with more than 50 channels. There’s plenty to keep the kids occupied while you rest and enjoy your holiday. Not to mention this place took out winner of the “Kiwi Holiday Park of the Year” award in 2014 and 2015.

South Brighton Holiday Park

A beautiful holiday park right beside South Brighton Beach. You can explore the highlights of the city but come home at the end of the day to a tranquil beach surrounding. Walk along the sandy shore, hire a boat, go swimming or surfing or completely lounge around with a book. From the shore near the camp there are no commercial developments, making it a wonderful place to holiday.

Also check out Seven Great Eateries In Christchurch



Perth and 4 awesome road trips north and south

By Australia / Perth /

Aussies are increasingly choosing Perth as their next holiday destination. Is it any wonder why? It has everything you want including gorgeous surf beaches, wineries, eateries and national parks right on the city’s doorstep.

Hire a vehicle from Perth airport and choose one of these four awesome road trips.

Perth to Exmouth

This 13-hour drive north of Pert takes you past Western Australia’s most stunning beaches.. If you’re driving up this way during wildflower season you’ll also witness the landscape come alive with wildflowers. It’s a scenic drive and you can stop at several locations along the way. When you finally arrive at your destination, you won’t want to leave. Located on the tip of the North West Cape, Exmouth is the perfect place to explore the colourful coral and fish at Ningaloo Marine Park.

Monkey Mia

About 9 hours north of Perth is Monkey Mia. Bottlenose dolphins have been visiting this beach for more than 40 years. Fishermen returning from the seas used to share their catch with the local dolphins, and ever since then their trust of humans grew. It’s led to one of Australia’s most unique wildlife encounters. If you want to view these beautiful animals up close, make sure you visit the beach between 7.45am and midday, but it’s best to arrive early.

Margaret River

Travel three hours south of Perth and you’ll encounter the famous Margaret River. There are many reasons to fall in love with this region. Not only is it close to pristine surf beaches and home to many outdoor activities, but the region is most famous for its breweries and wineries. This is the place you come to sit back, relax and sample some of the best Australian products on offer. Take a winery tour – you can either drive or walk through scenic vineyards to each winery.


Albany has one of Australia’s most breathtaking coastlines. You can get there by travelling five hours along the Albany Highway from Perth. If you’re feeling adventurous, try walking part of the famous Bibbulmun Track that runs from Perth to Albany. In the city, you can also learn about the area’s convict history. After all, it’s the first place that European settlers set foot in Western Australia. Much of their legacy remains, with dozens of colonial buildings throughout the city. It’s also worth going on a whale watching cruise while you’re here.



Australian Adventure Festival heads to East Gippsland

By Australia / Victoria /

The second annual Australian Adventure Festival heads to East Gippsland over three days from Friday October 21 to Sunday October 23.
The family-friendly event, which brings together a range of adventure sports into a single, ultimate outdoor festival provides athletes with events across several disciplines in some of the most beautiful wilderness in Australia.
Nestled in Victoria’s eastern corner, East Gippsland has a mild climate and stunning natural environment with high-country grandeur, isolated beaches, rugged coastal outcrops and Australia’s largest inland water system, the Gippsland Lakes.
It is rich in natural attractions, ranging from the remote wilderness of the UNESCO-recognised Croajingolong National Park, to the rugged beauty of the Snowy River and Alpine national parks, the Lakes National Park, fringed by lakes and dunes.
Race director Steve Peterson said the festival includes 10 events; an adventure race, ultra and half marathon, trail running, mountain bike events of varying lengths, plus an adventure fun run and activities for children.
Professional race directors run the events with a team of 150 volunteers and staff.
Those not wishing to compete can enjoy the region’s other natural attractions; boating or fishing on the Gippsland Lakes, bird watching in the hides of Macleod Morass boardwalk, explore the Mitchell River silt jetties, or spot koalas on Raymond Island.
The food bowl of Victoria, East Gippsland also is renowned for its high quality local produce, including wild-caught seafood, Gippsland beef, fresh fruit and vegetables, artisanal cheeses and wine.
And with some of the best trails in the state, organisers believe they are well placed to grow the festival into a major event for Victoria.
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6 adventure activities in Byron Bay you can’t ignore

By Australia / Gold Coast / Queensland /

Byron Bay is home to some of Australia’s most gorgeous beaches. The surf, sun and sand draw a crowd of approximately one-point-seven million visitors each year. But while the coastal town is renowned for its beaches and relaxed, hippie vibe, there are also plenty of activities that will wow the senses and get the adrenaline pumping! Grab a Byron Bay car rental at Gold Coast airport, hit the road and get ready for some adventure once you arrive in Byron.

Check out these six activities.

Sea Kayaking with Dolphins

Established in 1995, Cape Byron Kayaks offers the original sea kayaking with dolphins tour. You and a partner can paddle out over the waves of Byron’s beautiful Marine Park and get up close and personal with Bottlenose dolphins. You can even spot sea turtles and humpback whales as they migrate through the ocean. Let the experienced guides tell you about the local history and wildlife. When you get hungry, pull in to one of Byron’s beaches for some morning or afternoon tea. For the perfect mix of relaxation and excitement this tour is for you! More:

Gyrocopter Lighthouse Flight

Jump in a gyrocopter and experience the highlights of Byron Bay from a completely different perspective. Your professional flight instructor will take you to the most easterly point of the Australian continent, flying over old ship wrecks, the iconic lighthouse and of course the famous beaches. Plenty of opportunity to take in the ocean’s beauty with its dolphins, sharks, rays, turtles and whales. For a scenic adventure, give the Gyrocopter a go. More:


Skydive Byron Bay is not for the faint-hearted but will certainly provide an experience of a lifetime. After a scenic ascent over Byron Bay, you’ll tandem jump from a height of up to 14,000 feet and freefall at over 200km/hr for up to a minute. Let the rush sink in as you enjoy the last five to seven minutes parachuting over the beautiful coast, taking in hinterland views up to Brisbane and the Gold Coast. For adrenaline-junkies this one’s for you! More: /

Night Vision Walk

Experience the nature and wildlife of Byron Bay in a way you’ve never seen before: with military graded night-vision goggles. Embark on a night-time nature walk where you will be taken through the habitats of nocturnal animals. Keep an eye out for the possums, pademelons, bandicoots, tawny frogmouths, frogs, koalas and owls which are most active at this time. You’ll also have the chance to see a colony of glow worms illuminated in the dark. You’ll finish the night off with a delicious hot chocolate at the top of Minyon Falls. More:

Kite surfing

If you’re looking for a different way to surf Byron’s seas then kitesurfing could be the way to go. You’ll use a small surfboard and a parachute-type kite which uses wind power to propel you across the seas. Byron Bay Kitesurfing offers one, two and three-day courses in which you’ll perfect the art of self-launching, practise kite control and steering, one handed flying and plenty more! Byron’s beaches provide ideal conditions to make sure you get the most out of your kitesurfing adventure. More:

Rainforest Mountain Biking

If you love scenery and aren’t afraid of a little sweat then a rainforest mountain bike adventure is calling your name. Ride through the ancient volcanic terrain in the Nightcap National Park of Byron Bay’s hinterland.  You’ll pedal through a range of fire trails, single tracks, downhills and complete a few log jumps. Stop at a swimming hole for photo opportunities, lunch and perhaps a dip! Once you reach the top of Minyon Falls, finish the day off with a relaxing downhill ride and a well-earned snack. More: