Suffolk Park is a suburb in the Byron Shire of the Northern Rivers region in New South Wales, Australia.
- Area:4.224 km2
- Elevation:10 m
- Local Government Area:Byron Shire Council
Suffolk Park is a suburb in the Byron Shire of the Northern Rivers region in New South Wales, Australia.It is 5 km south of Byron Bay. At the 2016 Census, its population was 3,750.The town was named after George A. Suffolk (1876-1952) who dedicated a large parcel of land to the Byron Shire Council for community use on 16 November 1922. Suffolk Park has grown to a point of having its own identity. Situated just south of Cape Byron, Suffolk Park is a 10 minute drive from Byron Bay. Tallow Beach, which stretches 15 km from Cosy Corner at the Cape south to Broken Head, lies adjacent to the suburb.
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Notable landmarks in the area are "Cocked-Hat Rocks", (a large rocky outcrop at the Broken Head beach) which are also known by traditional Bundjalung people as "Sister's Rocks", the Suffolk Park Caravan Park, and King's Beach.