Byron Lighthouse Walk! 31 July

Yesterday I took a group of our students, including our 11 Hiroshima school students, on the iconic Byron Lighthouse walk!

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We started at Captain Cooks lookout so we could do the full loop and pass some of Byron’s beautiful beaches, including The Pass and Wategos.

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With so much stunning scenery along the way there were plenty of photo opportunities for everyone!

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When we got to the ‘Most Easterly Point of Australia’ we spotted a pod of dolphins who were jumping right out of the waves! It was such an amazing thing to be able to see ❤   (If you look very closely you can see them in the pictures below!)

On our walk back down we took the rainforest route and saw a little wallaby hiding in the bushes, as well as lots of brush turkeys that the students were just as excited by!

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It was brilliant afternoon and I’m sure will be a lovely memory of their time in Australia!

Learn English in Byron Bay. Lexis English students study General English, IELTS, FCE, CAE and English plus Surfing or Yoga in a friendly and professional school right in the heart of Byron Bay and only 15 minutes from the beach.

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