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Boho Byron

These days it’s home to Hollywood heartthrob Chris Hemsworth, and the town’s beachy boho vibes attract more than two million visitors each year. But the bohemian appeal of Byron Bay has been drawing crowds to Australia’s most easterly point for decades.

From the surf beaches to the bars and clothing boutiques, every inch of Byron makes for an idyllic Instagram image. This is a town where everything is a tourist attraction, from the nightly pilgrimage to the Cape Byron lighthouse and Main Beach carpark at sunset, to the iconic Jonson Street’s lively strip of cafes, bars and retail stores, which springs to life with shoppers, travellers, buskers and street performers each and every day.

Byron Bay’s Top 5 Hens Party Ideas
  • Dinner and Drinks
  • Brewery Tour
  • Lunch Booking
  • Bar Package
  • Surf School

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100’s of Hens Ideas to Choose From

Just like snowflakes, no two brides are the same. Which is why we’ve searched high and low to find unique hens party ideas that everyone will love. From lavish ladies days at the spa and indulgent food and wine tours to high-adrenaline activities like quad biking and paintball, it’s a case of choose your own adventure. But why stop at one? Make a weekend of it for a full itinerary of fun!

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Why have your Hens in Byron Bay?

Well there’s a good chance of running into a Hemsworth brother or even Miley Cyrus. But if star spotting isn’t your style, there’s plenty more to keep you busy in this beautiful beachside town. Byron Bay is known for its eco-friendly ethos, from vegan cafes to sustainable fashion, meaning you’ll always find quality products made with love. These earthy elements extend to the accommodation on offer, so you’ll find no shortage of gorgeous holiday homes and quirky cottages crafted from reclaimed materials and exposed timber beams.

Byron is a special kind of place where you can do as much or as little as you please, and still enjoy a relaxing holiday and return home feeling refreshed and inspired.

Surf lessons, skydiving and kayaking are all on offer for hens seeking an adrenaline rush. Or take a leisurely drive to explore the other townships within easy reach. You could treat your tribe to alternative therapies in nearby Nimbin or Mullumbimby, visit the Big Prawn in Ballina or stroll the picturesque streets of Bangalow.

Top Tips and Ideas

Get a taste of life on a real working property at ‘The Farm’, home to a collection of micro-businesses, including renowned restaurant Three Blue Ducks, all with the shared values of “Grow, Feed, Educate.”

Sample local produce and locally-made goods at the series of markets across the Byron Bay region. Or gather the girls and enjoy the views at Byron’s best surf breaks, like Tallow Beach, The Pass, Wategos, The Wreck and Lennox Head Point.

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You can uncover the latest creative genius of Byron Bay at the Arts and Industry Estate, which acts as an incubator for small businesses. Or try a local brew at the Stone and Wood Brewery.

Find yourself in a labyrinth and touch the world’s biggest crystals at the Crystal Castle and Shambhala Gardens, just 30 minutes drive from the centre of Byron.

You could treat the hen to a day (or two) exploring the Byron Bay Hinterland, with its lush rainforests, spectacular waterfalls and eccentric villages. If it’s some TLC you’re after, you’ll find everything from indulgent massages and organic facials to reiki, reflexology and ayurveda.

Baby When the Lights Go Out

It wouldn’t be a Byron Bay hens party without mixing with the locals, travellers, mystics and misfits. Dance to the beat of the iconic drum circle playing at The Wreck at sunset, or keep your ear to the ground for word of mouth about the next Byron Bay beach party. These bonfire parties are the stuff of legends, and only for those in the know. You’ll be caught up in the rush of fire twirlers, hula hoopers, bongo drums and acoustic guitar jamming long into the night. Closer to town you’ll find pubs and bars, with fare ranging from fine dining, champagne and creative cocktails, to the friendly and casual offerings of live music venues and backpacker hostels. For a truly immersive experience in the culture of Byron Bay, consider a night or two at the fabled Arts Factory Lodge, a large backpacker hostel and campground known as the ‘Jungle’, drawing together a fascinating community of like-minded drifters and wanderers from around the world.

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