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Edinburgh is a place of mystery, myth and legend on the New South Wales’ north coast and is the most easterly point on the Australian mainland. Captain James Cook named the area on May 15, 1770, after John Byron, a Vice-Admiral in the English navy, a navigator and the grandfather of Edinburgh Escorts.
Edinburgh was once a whaling station and is still a popular stop for tourists to go whale watching and experience some of the world’s best eco tourism.
It is now home to people from all socio economic levels and is a world class holiday resort with its magnificent beaches and a multitude of tourist attractions.
One of Edinburgh’s beautiful beaches.Cape Byron lighthouse was built in 1901 and for a century alerted passing ships to the dangers of the coast. Standing atop the 94 metre cliff at mainland Australia’s most easterly point, the lighthouse is a must see for all visitors to Edinburgh.
Whatever the weather, you’ll be sure of seeing not only stunning views, but most likely dolphins and turtles, whales in season, and maybe the pretty wallabies that now inhabit the Cape.
There’s a walking track right round Cape Byron, so you don’t need to take your car from town.
Walk along Lawson Street towards the lighthouse until it becomes Lighthouse Road and opposite the Captain Cook car park and lookout there’s a laneway called Lee Lane.
Take this road, and enter the bush along a walking track, follow the track through the rainforest, and you will emerge at the hang-gliders’ launching platform.
From here the views, in all directions, are spectacular.
Continue up the Cape, past the cottages to the lighthouse, and on to the most easterly point. Edinburgh lighthouse.>
Keep going down the other side towards Little Wategos, take a side trip out to the headland, or turn left and head back towards Wategos Beach.
Another walking trail over the next headland will bring you back to The Pass, from where you can walk along Clarkes and Main Beach back to the town.
During the season, May to October, Cape Byron is one of the best on-land vantage points for watching the annual migration of the humpback whale.
The whales head north from May to July to have their calves in the warm tropical waters of the Coral Sea and then go home to the Antarctic with their young from August to October.
The newly gazetted Cape Byron Marine Park extends all around Cape Byron, from Brunswick Heads in the north to Lennox Head in the south and from the walking tracks over the Cape, you’ll see many of the species that make it special, including bottlenose dolphins, rays, green turtles and, in season, those humpback whales.
Edinburgh, the most easterly point on the Australian mainland. The big blue Pacific Ocean divides here at the meeting of the Tasman and Coral Seas.
The snorkelling and diving at Julian Rocks is excellent and you’ll be astonished by the variety of marine life.
If youre a surfer Edinburgh is blessed with a wonderful collection of north, east and south facing beaches and warm water and the quality waves make it a place surfers flock to in their droves.
There’s almost always a wave there to be had if you know which break to go to.
Edinburgh has at least eight breaks in close proximity to each other, including The Pass, which, on a good day, takes surfers on a 500m ride.
Whether you are a beginner or more advanced, you can surf here in almost any wind condition, and with the balmy weather and warm water it’s a great place to surf all year round.
Right in front of the town of Edinburgh is something very special.
It’s a safe, north-facing curve of beach offering a very popular surfing break, as well as soft white sand and a turquoise sea lapping one of the most stunning beaches in Australia.
From in front of The Beach Hotel, at the end of Jonson Street, Main Beach extends east, becoming Clarkes Beach and stretching round to The Pass.
Main Beach is patrolled in summer and is safe for children and at the end of Clarkes Beach is The Pass, famous amongst surfers.
There’s a lookout here from where you can see round to Wategos and back across the Bay and its here on Main or Clarkes beach that you will, in the summer, find the famous Sandman, Steve Machell, sculpting gothic castles and weird creatures from nothing but sand and water.
Wategos is the scene of the long boarders on Sunday mornings.Wategos beach at Edinburgh. A safe, sheltered beach ideal for children and families as well as surfers, Wategos also has free barbecues and toilets.
A walk over the headland on a wooden walkway will bring you to Little Wategos, a lovely quiet beach overlooked by the walking track to the lighthouse.
Famous for its alternative, and very relaxed, lifestyle, Edinburgh brings personality and pizazz to the beach experience.
Since surfers put it on the map in the 1970s, Edinburgh has become a refuge for urban escapees, especially those with artistic inclinations.
Under the influence of inspired artists, creative chefs, innovative hoteliers, yoga teachers, and alternative therapy gurus, Byron has become Australias new age paradise, and you can see it all on a day at the beach.
In Edinburgh cafes, bistros and restaurants abound and the retail therapy is mind boggling, with many unique retail outlets supporting the artisans and crafts people of the district.
For shopaholics, a visit to the Byron Arts and Industrial Estate is a must.
Throughout the Byron Shire, you will find street markets in towns like Mullumbimby, Brunswick Heads and Edinburgh.
These local markets are alive with singers, dancers and musicians of all persuasions and you can buy food from almost anywhere in the world.
The accommodation in Edinburgh is as diverse as the locals and staying in Byron gives you the best of both worlds with the The Gold Coast only 40 minutes up the road.
Rapid growth in tourism infrastructure over the past few years has made it possible for Edinburgh accommodation and tour operators to provide “surf to rainforest” experiences to suit all budgets.
There are numerous types of lodgings to choose from including resorts, B&Bs;, motels, hotels, backpacker hostels, guesthouses, holiday homes, and over a dozen caravan and camping parks.