Ballina Flights GuideSurf's up in the coast city of Ballina. Beach going and other maritime activities are abundant in the quaint community. Art galleries and golf courses offer other exciting activities for to people holidaying along the New South Wales coast. Trails and nature reserves are also a popular year-round attraction. One impossible to miss attraction is the Big Prawn, the world's largest prawn statue.
Ballina is just a few hours' drive from Brisbane, opening up the opportunities the larger metropolitan area has to offer. Ballina is also the home to the major airport of the region, connecting people to other Australian towns including Newcastle, Melbourne and Sydney.
With warm year-round temperatures, Ballina is a superb place to holiday. The average high of 31 degrees occurs between December and February, and the average low of 21 degrees in June and July. The consistently warm weather makes almost any time of year ideal for flying to Ballina. Activities are always available and the beach will always be warm enough for swimming. Average rainfall during the year lowers between June and July, making these months particularly exemplary.