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Byron Bay, Beach intro. Named by famous seafarer Captain James Cook, the beachside town of Byron Bay is a happy, hippy, alternative destination for all kinds of surf freaks, beach bums, backpackers and offbeat Aussie families. It's first settlement was formed in the 1880s and it became a poor man's working industrial town until the factories closed, with surfers discovering the magnificent breaks on three of its beaches soon after. It is located to the northeast of Australia's New South Wales state, overlooked by the headland of Cape Byron, the easternmost tip of Australia's vast mainland. Beach bars and eateries predominate, and Byron Bay Beach hotels come in all shapes and sizes. Nature-lovers arrive for the region's spectacular wildlife, and whale-watching is a favourite occupation. Sustainable living is encouraged here, as are pagan festivals, writing and music events and hardcore punk rock raves. Artisans and farmers markets are also regular events, and the Byron Bay Triathlon, an Olympic Distance event, is held here annually.