What’s On In Byron This Spring 2022
While we love a slice of Byron Bay living any time of year, there is something special about this town once spring hits. The sun shines a little warmer, the days are longer, and more events start popping up over the region. To celebrate the season, we’re rounding up what’s on in Byron right now, including events and pop-ups. And a heads up – no matter if you’re into yoga, fashion, food, or something in between, there’s something to do with your name on it!
PS. For more inspiration of what to do in Byron this spring, check out our ultimate 5 day itinerary!
State of Salt and Luna Wine Store have collaborated to introduce ‘Recline And Wine’ on 14 October. Move into the weekend the right way with a slow flow yoga sesh, followed by a natural wine tasting. Your ticket includes a yoga session, wine tasting, $50 Luna Wine voucher and gift card for State of Salt.
- Keen to keep healthy and active on holiday? You may wish to check out these Byron gyms and fitness studios, our favourite walks in and around Byron, and our top tips for a healthy vacay while you’re here.
Habitat Collective’s ever-popular fashion flea market is back for spring! On 9 October, enjoy a rummage and find beaut’ clothes at amazing prices. Their previous markets have been much-loved, and awash with big brand names. After your shopping, be sure to check out the new Easy Street Precinct. Vendors there will be dishing out some extra special offers for shoppers on the day.
- For more shopping inspo (soz in advance to your wallet), have a look at our pick of Byron’s best boutique shopping.
Bling-bling! Strictly Ballroom meets Saturday Night Fever on 21 October as the Bangalow Bowlo opens its doors for a riotous night of Bingo. After your five games are complete, the evening continues with a truckload of funky disco tunes and a bangin’ dance floor. Dressing up is a non-negotiable: think flares, sequins, jewels, lycra, feathers and sparkles!
Join globally loved Spell for a very special sample sale from 30 September to 2 October. Located at their beautiful Byron Bay boutique, this rare weekend will see one-off samples and seconds all on offer.
Foodies and gourmet-lovers won’t want to miss Caper Byron Bay! Running from 10 November to 13 November, this Food and Culture Festival celebrates the unique and diverse food, beverage, music, art and culture of the Northern Rivers. There are a huge number of events running over the course of the program, like The Treehouse’s ‘Bottomless Brunch, Bubbles and Beats’. Do yourself a favour and check out the program!
- On the topic of food (because can you ever overdo this topic?), we have a tonne of guides for where to eat in Byron Bay. You might want to start off with Byron’s boujee bars and restaurants; the town’s best cheap eats and happy hours; or the best bars and restaurants for group bookings.
6. Byron Twilight Market
The beginning of spring signals the start of the Byron Twilight Market. Held every Saturday from October to April, this market is a perfect laidback activity to do on a balmy Byron evening. Expect to wander past food stalls, designers, creatives, healers, and artists, as well as music from a range of great local acts. You can keep up to date with Byron Markets on Instagram.