Byron Bay
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Overall rating

4.8 / 5

based on 31 reviews

If you like snorkelling... this location “Julian Rocks” is a MUST DO! We saw 4 sea turtlea and so many Leppard sharks and massive sting rays. Quite incredible!!! The only downside of this experience is that it is often cancelled due to weather conditions. Ours was cancelled the first time just 15 min prior to departure and almost again the second time at time of departure. It’s no ones fault (it’s the weather!) so just be prepared to be flexible. We had no trouble rebooking for a few days later and they offer full refunds.

The kids 12, and 16 and I had an amazing day thanks to our guide Chris. We swam in stunning waterfalls, the kids jumped off massive rocks into the water. The temple with the glow worms were out of this world. Seriously stops the craziness of our world to help us appreciate the finer and simple things nature provides for us every single day. Dinner at Minyon falls was another experience where we could stop and appreciate the food we eat and the people we met on this tour.

Chris was an incredible guide. Nick and I thoroughly enjoyed our experience start to finish. We felt so comfortable and welcome from the moment we jumped into the van. The places we visited were so special. Chris provided such a warming insight to the places and culture. Thank you Chris. This was the cherry on top of our Byron visit ❤

A fabulous way to spend a couple of hours. Super relaxing and enjoyable. Would recommend for anyone wanting to just kick back and relax. The guides were wonderful, helpful, and welcoming. The provided food was great and the glass of wine was greatly appreciated.

Our guide Wendy was passionate, knowledgeable, punctual and friendly. The tour was unlike anything we have done before. It was amazing to see nocturnal animals in their natural habitat whilst minimising our footprint