• Diving Websites

    • underwater australasia
      Australasia’s most popular website for divers, snorkellers and other marine enthusiasts – featuring an extensive directory, regional underwater gallery, 100s of interesting articles on marine critters and dive experiences and much much more.
  • Local Information Sites

    • Byron
      A comprehensive, user friendly guide to the Byron Bay region, includes regional info, accommodation, maps, photo gallery, activities, and many of Byrons businesses and community groups.
      More Byron Bay Information
    • Hele Ellis
      Hele Ellis is a local artist with international reputation, who provides most of the art displayed around PLANULA.
  • Marine Biology

    • Cephbase
      Database on cephalopods (octopus, squid, cuttlefish and nautilus) taxonomy and life history.
    • Dragon Search
      ‘Dragon Search’ is a monitoring program which encourages members of the community to provide information about sightings of the unique southern Australian fish – the seadragon.
    • Ichtyology at the Australian Museum
      Detailed information on a wide range of fish species.
  • Other Accommodation Sites

  • Other relevant links

  • Temple Byron - Events and Workshops

    • Temple Byron
      Yoga, meditation and other workshops and retreats right next to Planula
  • Transport to and from Byron Bay

  • Weather and Diving Conditions

  • What to do, Where to go

    • Byron Bay Dive Centre
      Our main partners for diving Byron Bay. A PADI and SSI certifying dive shop right in the heart of town with their own heated swimming pool.
    • East Coast International Blues and Roots Festival
      A fantastic Blues festival held each year in Byron Bay with extremely talented artists from all over the world.
    • Splendour in the Grass Music Festival
      Until 2009 – Independent music festival at Belongil Fields, Byron Bay. – Temporarily moved to Woodford
    • Sundive
      A PADI Dive Centre in the heart of town.
    • Underwater Festival
      The Underwater Festival was held for the first time in May 2007 in Byron Bay – an annual festival which transforms a new exciting diving location each year into a hub of amazing activities and events
    • Whale Watching Byron Bay
      Watch the graceful humpback whales during their annual migration between June and November

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