Byron Bay TAP’s Go Bush

On a wet and windy Friday, Lexis English Byron Bay students went on a lovely clifftop bush-walk and picnic to Broken Head National Park, located just south of Byron Bay.

We enjoyed an hours walk along the headland and had a pod of dolphins follow us the whole way around. Everyone had a great time watching the dolphins play amongst the waves and we climbed down to the southern facing beaches below the rocky outcrop and almost got blown back to Byron!

We trekked back to the picnic grounds at Broken Head and feasted on gourmet salad and ham wraps, corn chips, lamingtons and jelly snakes …

Afterwards we took a detour to Lennox Head, to Lake Ainsworth, a stunning Ti-tree lake, made famous by the purple – brown colour of the water, from the falling Ti-tree sap. Lake Ainsworth is said to have healing properties and after swimming in its waters, you feel as if you have had a bath in magical oils, with skin and hair soft and silky.

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