Born and raised in Byron Bay, Sera Wright's images capture the simple beauty of her home town. Surrounded by the endless coastal scenery at her feet, her constant stream of bright, whimsical landscape and travel images inspire many to get out and explore the beautiful world around them.
"My favourite place in the world, hands down. From sunrise to sunset the Cape Byron Lighthouse and walking track is one of the most beautiful places to photograph. Whether the sun is rising, the whales are breaching, the dolphins are playing or the sun is setting, you can never take a bad photograph here."
Sunset on Main Beach
"One of the best places in Byron to take in the sunset. From this photo you can clearly see why - with the sun setting behind the mountains and across the water to offer you some of the most colourful reflections you will ever find."
Sunset over Boulders Beach, Lennox Head
"Another one of my favourite sunset spots, located only 20 minutes south of Byron Bay. Lennox Head has beautiful headlands and beaches perfect for exploring."
"Byron's best known waterfall, only a 40 minute drive through the beautiful hinterland behind Byron Bay. You can view the falls from the top at a viewing platform only 100mtrs from the carpark, or take the walk through the breathtaking rainforest to the bottom of the falls"
Broken Head Nature Reserve
"Located only 10 minutes south of Byron Bay and 5 minutes south of Suffolk Park, Broken Head Nature Reserve is a stretch of littoral rainforest, where the forest meets the sea, the short walk from the carpark to the headland is one of my favourite and most picturesque walking tracks on the north coast of NSW."
Sunrise at Tallows
"The beautiful stretch of beach in between Cape Byron and Broken Head, Tallow Beach is home to me. I grew up living within 500mtrs of this beach and it holds a very special place in my heart. Most mornings if i'm not walking the lighthouse track, you'll find me walking along Tallow Beach capturing the sunrise."