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Byron Bay Luxury Surf Bus Tour & Surf Trip - Sydney, New South Wales. Australia

INTRODUCTION

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Jump on the Surf Bus Tour from Sydney to Byron Bay to enjoy the surf in Australia on the wild beaches of the east coast through the surf pilgrimage route !

 

The Aussie Surf Bus Tour starts every Monday, Wednesday and Friday and brings you directly to our Secret surf camp south of Byron Bay and north of Coffs Harbour, where we’ll take care of everything: surf lessons, beachfront accommodation, all meals and surf equipment.

 

The crew will work hard to give you a “surfers lifestyle” experience of your lifetime..

 

You can choose between different formulas, according to you travel schedule in Down Under Continent :

  • 5 Days / 7 Days Aussie Bus tour Sidney/Byron Bay
  • 10 Days / 14 Days Aussie Bus tour Sidney/Byron Bay
  • Weekly and short week surfcamp
  • Surf Academy
  • Sydney, Byron Bay and Gold Coast surf lessons

 

Aussie surf bus tour departs every Monday, Wednesday and Friday from :

  • Sydney
  • Byron Bay
  • Brisbane
  • Gold Coast*

THE ACCOMMODATION

Secret Beachfront Surf Camp

Located in the National Marine Park north of Coffs Harbour and south of Byron Bay the surfcamp offers you beachfront accommodation on this beautiful unique piece of coast to deliver you long days of sun, waves and memorable nights around the campfire.

 

Clean and comfortable accommodation, new people, good food and great mood!

 

A place totally devoted to the surf lifestyle. Located , the surf camp provides a unique opportunity to spend time in one of Australia’s most beautiful coastal areas.

 

Accommodation

  • Shared cabins or Tent / private rooms under request.

 

Camp Facilities :

  • Chill out area with TV & DVD, dolby sound system, bean bags, hammocks, volleyball court and a pool table.
  • Kiosk- shop for all your basic necessities.
  • Laundry service (4,-AUD * per wash).
  • Equipped Cooking area (Gas stove, boiler, toaster, etc).

 

Byron Bay Surf camping

Few minutes walking from the 7 kms sandy beach in the Tyagarah-Nature-Reserve the camp offers shared accommodation in teepees tent. With plenty of parallel activities to try in Byron Bay after the daily surf course and free surf session the afternoon you will enjoy the local night life with our surf crew and your buddies!

 

Accommodation

  • Shared cabins or Tent / private rooms under request.

 

Camp Facilities :

  • Swimming pool.
  • Laundry service (4,-AUD * per wash).
  • Fully Equipped kitchen (Gas stove, boiler, toaster, coffee machine, etc).
  • Snack bar and brewery, games room, volleyball court and veggie garden

Luxury coach transport

Guides travel with group

Free Wifi on board

USB chargers

Reclining leather seats

Panoramic windows

Customer service focused drivers

Allocated seating (at the back of the bus where all the cool kids sit!)

Overnight travel on our northbound services post-March 2nd

 

THE ACTIVITIES

Example of day by day Trip

 

6 Nights / 7 Days Pack

 

Day 1 (Monday)

Meet at Central station 11.00pm. Travel overnight to the Beachfront Secret Surf Camp. Save a night’s accommodation!

 

Day 2 (Tuesday)

Arrive at 8 am and hit the water straight away for your surf lesson. Rest in the afternoon or partake in one of our many cool optional
activities (Ocean Rafting, Kayaking or Kangaroo Trek)

 

Day 3 (Wednesday)

Surf, Eat, Repeat! Surf in the morning and surf expression in the afternoon

 

Day 4 (Thursday)

Surf in the morning. Rest in the afternoon or partake in one of our many cool optional
activities (Ocean Rafting, Kayaking or Kangaroo Trek)

Day 5 (Friday)
Surf, Eat, Repeat! Surf in the morning and surf expression in the afternoon

 

Day 6 (Saturday)
Surf in the morning. Rest in the afternoon or partake in one of our many cool optional
activities (Ocean rafting, Kayaking or Kangaroo Trek)

Day 7 (Sunday)
Depart Beachfront Secret Surf Camp for Byron or Brisbane

LOCATION & GETTING HERE

Location

Sydney

Australia’s largest and most know city, chief port, main cultural and industrial centre, and site of the 2000 Olympic Games, Sydney is the state capital of New South Wales. The city was founded in 1788 as the first penal settlement of Australia, its name taken from Captain Cook’s patron, Viscount Sydney. The town has two notable bridges that cross Port Jackson inlet, Harbour Bridge and Gladesville Bridge, and Sydney’s most famous landmark is the Opera House.

 

Sunny, sexy and sophisticated, Sydney is often compared to San Francisco for its setting and laid back atmosphere. Sydney’s greatest summer experience is on its beaches, 20 of them strung along the city oceanfront and dozens more around the inner harbour bay. But Sydney is also a prime surf destination and there is probably no city in the world that has as many surf breaks in its metropolitan area, distributed between the North Coast and South Coasts, each having its own swell and wind characteristics. These are paged with international surf icons such as “Bondi”, “Manly”, “Avalon”, “Narrabeen”, “Dee Why” or “Shark Island”.  

Holiday Coast

North of Sydney, the Pacific Highway runs over some 1,000 km. (620 miles) from Sydney to Brisbane, staying close to the coast most of the time. Along this coast, known as Australia’s Holiday Coast or New South Wales North Coast, you will find excellent beaches, most of them virtually deserted and with good surf breaks. Inland, the Great Dividing Range, which separates the wetter coastal plains from the dry interiors, throws up lush rain forests and tropical plantations – by the time you reach Coffs Harbour, famous for its banana plantations, the climate has turned subtropical.  Secret Beachfront Surf Camp and Byron Bay surf camping are all located on NSW’s Holiday Coast.  

Byron Bay

The last stage of the Aussie Surf Bus Tour through NSW. Byron Bay is the eastern most point of the Australian mainland: the sun’s rays hit Byron Bay before any other place on the continent. The little town of Byron Bay is an artists colony with a large “alternative” community that attracts squadrons of backpackers and families each summer.

 

Surfers flock to the town as well for some of the best surfing in Australia. Wategos Beach and The Pass are two particularly good surf spots, each one on one side of Cape Byron so that the swell will break well on at least one of them. The Main Beach, its sandy shores stretching south over 50 kilometres (31 miles) has plenty of beach break, many ideal for beginners, and is safe for swimming.

 

Byron Bay, a good place to spend a few day surfing and springboard to the neigtbouring Queensland and its faboulous surf spot on the Gold Coast, such as Surfers Paradise – the name says it all !

Getting Here

Sydney:  Gateway to the Aussie Surf bus Tour*.

 

Sydney International Airport (SYD) : All major Airlines (Qantas, Singapore Airline, BA, Air New Zealand …)

 

Brisbane, Alternative gateway to the Aussie Surf bus Tour, 140 km. north of Byron Bay in Queensland.

 

Brisbane International Airport (BNE) : All major Airlines (Qantas, Singapore Airline, BA, Air New Zealand …)

PRICES & PACKAGES

Byron Bay Surf Trip

Travel between Sydney and Byron Bay (or Brisbane) stopping at our awesome surf camp somewhere north of Sydney and Coffs Harbour and south of Byron Bay. Exploration and relaxation pack on Australia’s East Coast, surfing, beach time, fun activities and campfire parties.

Nights Days Price per person
6 7 AUD $775
8 9 AUD $995
11 12 AUD $1395
15 16  AUD $1890

Inclusions

√ Shared accommodation

√ All meals at the camp

√ Comfortable transport

√ Guided Experience

√ Surf lessons

√ All equipment included os surf lessons

√ 2 Xpression sessions

Arrival and departure options

This awesome trip goes one of 3 ways:

  • North, up the coast, departing from Sydney and ending in Byron Bay or Brisbane*
  • South, down the coast, departing from Byron Bay or Brisbane* and ending in Sydney Optionally

 

You can book any of our trips as return trips

 

*Brisbane departures and arrivals incur an extra $33 each way payable on arrival at the Surf Camp

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