Why tour by bus?
Although there are many ways to travel from Sydney to Byron Bay, bus is one of the best modes of transportation for several reasons. The primary reason is the low cost. In fact, it is the cheapest way to reach Byron Bay. Hence, it is the best option for money-conscious tourists like backpackers. Secondly, you get an opportunity to talk with people who have a lot of insight into Australia in a bus.
Places to see
The main attraction of Central Coast is the picturesque beaches. With more than 20 beaches to choose from ranging from popular places like Terrigal to secluded spots like Lobster Beach, it is the ideal place to enjoy the salty sea breeze or surf. In addition to the myriad of beaches, a lot of additional activities like camping, bird watching, and bushwalking await the eager travellers.
From scenic national parks to mesmerizing waterfalls to stunning coasts, Port Macquarie has it all. The Coorabakh National Park offers beautiful views of nature as well as hiking, picnicking and birdwatching opportunities. Ellenborough Falls, a majestic high-flowing waterfall plunging high off the cliffs surrounding the Ellenborough Gorge is another attraction. The beauty of this amazing creation of mother nature can be viewed from the viewing platform or by taking the timber steps down to the bottom of the valley which is ideal for adventurous souls.
Coffs Harbour, with its diversity ranging from ancient rainforests to pristine marine parks and lovely beaches with the iconic Big Banana, the fun park is ideal for the eager tourist to have some fun. Ideal for all kinds of activities like bushwalking, kayaking, surfing, and mountain biking, and it is the ideal getaway for tourists. The Solitary Islands Marine Park is a haven for viewing marine animals like dolphins, turtles, tropical fish and migrating humpback whales including mothers and their calves.
Famed for its world-class surf breaks and beautiful beaches, Yamba is yet another must-stop on your way to Byron Bay. Containing various sites with difficulty of surfs ranging from novice to pro, it is the dream of every surfer. Besides, it houses the Yamba lighthouse, also called Clarence River Light and the Yurigir National Park, stretching along 65 km of coastline. A hike through this national park’s stunningly beautiful scenery is the dream of every tourist.
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