IH Byron Bay
Byron Bay is located on the north coast of NSW, one hour south from the Gold Coast and two hours south from Brisbane, Queensland. The region is world-famous for its pristine beaches, stylish coastal towns, villages and bushy hinterland. It also has an increasing food culture with great places to wine and dine. It is a popular holiday destination for Australians and international visitors. Located in the heart of welcoming and trendy Byron Bay, the 12 classroom campus has a relaxed and friendly atmosphere, and is a 10-minute walk from the world-famous Byron Bay beaches.
1 Carlyle Street, Byron Bay, NSW 2481
Centre hours are from 8.30 am to 6.00pm
Monday to Friday
(We are closed on public holidays)
Christmas is from 27/12/2021 – 09/01/2022; IH reopens 10/01/2022
2022: 3 January, 26 January, 15 April, 18 April, 25 April, 13 June, 1 April, 3 October, 26 December
Learn English: General English, EAP (IELTS Preparation), Cambridge Exam Preparation (B2 to C1)
Call us on( +61 2) 9279 0733
- General English, 6 levels from Elementary to Advanced
- IELTS Preparation
- Cambridge PET, FCE, CAE and CPE
- Speaking & Pronunciation
Business College @ IH:
- Project and Program Management
- Marketing and Communications
- Leadership and Management
- Social Media Marketing
About IH Byron Bay
- 12 classrooms
- Large student cafe
- Ample outdoor space
- Located right in the centre of Byron Bay
The campus can accommodate up to 600 students
Average number of students per class: 12
Cambridge class maximum: 12
GE, IELTS and all other classes maximum: 18
Why IH Byron Bay
Byron Bay is a warm and friendly small community that welcomes international students from around the globe. Most students buy or rent a bicycle to travel to and from the campus.
International House Byron Bay is part of the International House World Organisation, the oldest teacher training and language learning organization in the world.
Diverse nationality mix to ensure its students a great experience, allowing them to learn about different cultures from all over the world.
Home to Australia’s most easterly point and the iconic Cape Byron lighthouse.