Saturday 13 May

Triathlon Afterparty and Lighthouse Run Charity Dinner

Enjoy live music, food trucks and hear more from our wonderful charity partners on Saturday 13 May from 5pm to 7pm. 

There will be a $5 door charge, with all funds raised donated to Indigenous Carbon Australia, Mullumbimby and District Neighbourhood Centre, and Safe Haven. 

Sunday 14 May

Byron Bay Lighthouse Run

The Byron Bay Lighthouse Run will return as part of the Byron Bay Triathlon Wellness Weekend on Sunday 14 May 2023. 

Whether you’re a seasoned runner or just starting out, we’ve got something for everyone.

Our event offers a range of distances to suit all fitness levels, including a challenging 10km run, a leisurely 6km walk, and a fun-filled 1km kids dash. Plus, with a route that takes in some of the most beautiful scenery in the area, you’re sure to enjoy every step of the way.

But it’s not just about the exercise – our fun run is all about bringing the community together. Meet new friends, catch up with old ones, and enjoy a day of fun, laughter, and camaraderie. And with plenty of food, drink, and entertainment on offer, there’s something for everyone to enjoy.

So why not grab your friends, family, or colleagues and sign up today? You’ll not only be doing something great for your health, but you’ll also be supporting our local community initiatives. Don’t miss out on this amazing event – sign up now and get ready to run, walk, or dash your way to fun and fitness!

Starting from Dening Park, the run will stick to its roots as a charity event, this year raising funds for Indigenous Carbon Australia, Mullumbimby and District Neighbourhood Centre, and Safe Haven. 


Mother's Day Yoga

Join this peaceful beachside Yoga with Mum

Start your morning with a run, end with a Yoga session beachside thanks to Axis Yoga! Just $20 for a 45 minute session from 8.00am. 

Bring your own mat and towel. 


Our Charities

Indigenous Carbon Australia

Indigenous Carbon Australia is an indigenous not-for-profit that works with remote Aboriginal communities to initiate carbon projects. These carbon projects generate income for Aboriginal communities for up to 25 years, creating employment opportunities that allow more First Nations people to stay on country. In addition, revenue from the projects delivers better healthcare, education, and enhanced living conditions. 

Indigenous carbon projects also play an essential role in passing on Aboriginal cultural knowledge and practices that have been used for thousands of years – information that may otherwise be lost. On top of this, the projects protect important cultural heritage sites, native animals, and bush tucker and help Australia reduce carbon emissions and slow down global warming.

Indigenous Carbon Australia is a community-driven not-for-profit on a mission to empower Aboriginal communities to achieve financial independence.

The company’s Interim CEO, Mark Gasson, said, “To be recognised by the Byron Bay Lighthouse Run is an honour and will enable us to continue helping communities set up carbon projects on their traditional land.”

Mullumbimby Neighbourhood Centre

Womens Resource Service (WRS) is a program funded through Department of Communities and Justice (DCJ) in the Integrated Domestic and Family Violence Services Program (ID&FVSP) that aims to empower and assist women toward safety, self-sufficiency and wellbeing through:

  • Information and support
  • Assessment of situation including risks and needs
  • Safety planning and referral to services to improve safety
  • Case-management and Case-coordination of multiple services
  • Support groups focused on education and recovery from trauma
  • Community education


WRS also steers the local DV Committee – Byron Shire Integrated Domestic Violence Committee – which has members from NSW Police, Community Corrections, NSW Health, Drug and Alcohol services, family support services, Women’s Domestic Violence Court Advocacy Service (WDVCAS). The committee is a multi-agency response which aims to improve outcomes for those affected by domestic violence through increased and more proactive services to victims and children, intentional and co-ordinated criminal justice responses and integrated service systems, and through taking preventative action by way of community education.

Safe Haven

The NSW Government and Healthy North Coast in 2022 launched four new Safe Haven community support and wellbeing hubs across the Northern Rivers region to offer mental health support and build community resilience.

Established and funded by Healthy North Coast through the New South Government Northern NSW Flood Recovery Program, the four sites are delivered and managed by local organisation, The Buttery. Located in Lismore, Murwillumbah, Mullumbimby and  Woodburn, Safe Haven hubs offer a free ‘drop-in’ service that operates 7 days a week, from 12-6pm.

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Sunday 14 May 2023


1km (Kids)

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1km: $5
6km: $35
10km: $45



Dening Park, Byron Bay


1km: Open for anyone
(Kids under 12 need to be accompanied by an adult)

6km: Minimum age 12.

10km: Minimum age 14.

All ages are calculated as of 31 December 2022.