Travel & Map

Festival Site
North Byron Events (formerly known as North Beach) is located at the end of Bayshore Drive in the Arts & Industrial Estate. If you are coming from Byron Bay town go approximately 2km along Ewingsdale Rd from the town centre towards the Pacific Highway then turn right at Bayshore Drive (there is a BP Ozigo on the corner of Bayshore Dr and Ewingsdale Rd). If you are coming from the Highway you will need to turn left at BP Ozigo petrol station after approximately 2km.

How to access North Byron Events
Bus: There is a regular Xcede shuttle bus service from Byron Bay to the Festival site. The cost is $4 each way. The pick-up points for Xcede Festival bus will be:

- Shirley St
- Apartments Inn (Fletcher St)
- Byron Bay Bus Terminal (Jonson St, outside the Byron Visitors’ Centre)

We encourage visitors to use the shuttle service as parking is limited.

Car: The Festival site is an 8 minute drive from the centre of Byron Bay. Car parking on site is limited. If driving we recommend arriving 45 minutes before Festival entry. There will be a $5 daily charge for parking on site.

How to Get to Byron Bay
By Air
Virgin Australia, Jetstar and Regional Express fly to Ballina daily. Virgin Australia, Jetstar and Tiger Airways fly to the Gold Coast.
www.virginaustralia.com www.jetstar.com www.rex.com.au

Airport Transfers Byron Bay
For a shuttle bus from Ballina or the Gold Coast airport or a limousine transfer please click the link below or phone 02 6620 9200.

Xcede Airport Transfers

By Train & Coach
Countrylink provides a rail/coach transfer service to Byron Bay everyday. For reservations and information ph: 132232 (6-10pm 7 days) or www.countrylink.info

By Bus
Byron Bay is serviced daily by interstate coaches. For information contact Greyhound or Premier

Accommodation

Our official booking agent is Byron Bay Accom go to http://www.byronbayaccom.net/ or call 02 6680 8666 for a comprehensive listing of accommodation in and around Byron Bay

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The Byron Region
You can learn more about Byron Bay and surrounds through our destination partner http://www.byron-bay.com , please visit their Byron Visitor Information Guide.


Map of Byron Bay

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