Coffs Harbour

WHERE THE MOUNTAINS MEET THE SEA

Things To Do around Coffs Harbour

VISIT

Coffs Harbour

Where the mountains meet the sea, Coffs Harbour is located approximately 570kms North of Sydney (6 hours by car) or 470kms South of Brisbane (5 hours by car).

The coastline of the Coffs Coast remains relatively unspoilt with patrolled beaches available a short drive from the resort.  The hinterland has many beautiful areas to explore including Dorrigo National Park with its magnificent waterfalls, waterholes in the Friday Creek area and some picturesque drives through Nana Glen and surrounding areas.  There are several other natural attractions to enjoy such as whale or dolphin watching, sea kayaking and surf rafting, kayaking in Bongil Bongil National Park, snorkelling at Solitary Island, deep sea fishing and white water rafting.

Tourist attractions include The Big Banana, The Pet Porpoise Pool, The Butterfly House, Tabatinga, The Clog Barn, Kegel 9 Pin Bowling, Carobana, Raleigh International Raceway, Golf, Two Tails Winery and lots more.

The climate in Coffs Harbour is sub tropical with pleasant autumn and spring weather, hot summers and mild winters. Any time is a good time to visit.

DISCOVER

some of the many things to do in Coffs Harbour…


The school holidays and the Buskers are coming! Beginning Saturday 22nd September.
The school holidays are quickly approaching us! The first week of holidays will be full of fun and entertainment, with the Coffs Harbour International Buskers and Comedy Festival 2012 hitting our beautiful shores, beginning the 22nd of September. You and your family can be a part of the fun, as we still have 2-Bedroom Apartments still available, but
Major annual events in Coffs Harbour
Not sure when to visit us? Perhaps browsing the list of annual events held in Coffs Harbour will make it easier. Of course, any time of year is amazing and with so many tourist attractions available all year long you can’t go wrong. Wintersun 1 – 11 June www.wintersun.org.au Wintersun is Australia’s longest running Retro