Want to do something different on Saturday?

Big Day Out with ByronBayAdventureTours:

Explore Byron Bay’s unique, natural environment and hippie town:

If you want to see some of the stunning places Byron has to offer, don’t miss a tour to the hinterland and  World Heritage listed rainforests and waterfalls with ByronBayAdventureTours.

Enjoy a delicious BBQ after your bush walk to Minyon Falls and experience all that Nimbin has to offer.Nimbin is a little town, world famous because of the hippie movement in the 60s and alternative, counter-culture lifestyle.

Visit: http://www.byronbayadventuretours.com.au

Mullum Music Festival

Do you like good music?

If you want to see what Byron Bay is all about then go to Mullumbimby this weekend for a great music festival. There are acts from Byron Bay, interstate and overseas.

The town will be taken over by musicians, Byron locals, tourist, buskers and hopefully BBELS students.

Have a look at the program and if you want to go talk to Max.

Farmers’ Market

What a beautiful day to go to the farmers’ market in Byron Bay.
The elementary class had an excellent lesson today, lots of questions for the stall holders.
The students had a chance to taste some strange fruit and learn new vocabulary.
The best think about the market is that everything is grown in Byron Bay.

Surfing courses in Spring

It may be spring but in Byron Bay over the last month it has felt more like summer. The air temperature is a lovely 26 degrees and the water temperature is around 22.

This week our BBELS only surf course started, students go surfing every day for 8 days. They are taught how to surf by Surfing Byron Bay. After 8 lessons everyone can stand up and catch a wave in.

Now is the perfect time to learn to surf, as the water is warm and the waves aren’t crowded. If you are interested in doing a surfing course please see Kyoko or Max.

Good luck guys hope to see you hanging ten soon!!!

Byron Bay Lighthouse

It was a beautiful day for a walk to the lighthouse. It took a long time but the students enjoyed walking through the rainforest, along the beach, over the Pass and up the road to the Lighthouse!!!

Currumbin Wildlife Sanctuary

Last week I had the chance to take the Elementary class to Currumbin.
We started with an education session, where the students got to pat a few Australian animals and hold a snake!!!
We then went and had photos taken with the Koalas, after that we visited the Kangaroos.
Currumbin can be a long day and a great way to get around the park is on the train.
On the way back to school we stopped at the Byron Bay Cookie Factory, which was a nice way to end the day.