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Palm Valley Currenbah walking track is a 0.7km, grade 1 circuit hike, located in the Cape Byron State Conservation Area, New South Wales. The hike should take approximately 15mins to complete.
Palm Valley Currenbah walking track starts at Palm Valley carpark next to The Pass CafÃ©. It’s a cool escape from the bustle of Byron Bay, winding its way through shaded palm rainforest with picnic and barbecue facilities at either end.
This 10min walk is flat and paved, making it ideal for visitors with prams and wheelchairs. Opposite the carpark at the end of the walk is The Pass, a world-famous surfing beach that’s home to the oldest Aboriginal midden in the region.
Relax on the beach or head up to Fishermans Lookout, a fantastic place to spot migrating whales between June and November. If you’re up for a challenge, link up with Cape Byron walking track which offers incredible views over the headland.
About the region
Cape Byron State Conservation Area
Palm Valley Currenbah walking track is in The Pass precinct of Cape Byron State Conservation Area. To get there from the centre of Byron Bay: Follow Lawson Street (which becomes Lighthouse Road) and turn left onto Brooke Drive. Follow Brooke drive until you reach the carpark.It’s a 5min drive or 30min walk from the centre of Byron Bay to Palm Valley carpark. Road quality Sealed roads Vehicle access 2WD vehicles Weather restrictions All weather Parking Parking is available at The Pass and Palm Valley carparks, including several designated disabled spots. It can be busy on the weekend, so parking may be limited.
Remember to take binoculars if you want to go whale watching at The Pass.
Parking may be limited during summer, weekends and holiday periods.
Watch out for large biting ants on the walking track
Visit NSW National Parks and Wildlife Service for more information on this trail.
The longitude and latitude of the start and end points are approximately only and should not be used for navigation purposes. Please contact me if you know the correct coordinates.