Suffolk Park is a suburb in the Byron Shire of the Northern Rivers region in New South Wales, Australia. It is five km south of Byron Bay. Its population according to the 2011 Census was 3,468.
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 ten-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.