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, Dolphin Marine Conservation Park, The Butterfly House, The Clog Barn, Forest Sky Pier, Golf, Mutton Bird Island, Whale Watching, National Cartoon Gallery, Solitary Islands Aquarium, TreeTops Adventure Park and plenty of community markets on offer.

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.


  • Big Banana
  • Dolphin Marine Conservation Park
  • Clog Barn
  • Butterfly House
  • Solitary Islands Aquarium
  • Treetops Adventure Park
  • Two Tails Winery
  • Raleigh Winery
  • National Cartoon Gallery
  • Korora Bay
  • Look at Me Now Headland
  • Muttonbird Island Nature Reserve Walk
  • Solitary Islands Coastal Walk
  • Whale Watching

Menulog is available in Coffs Harbour

  • Element Bar
  • Velvet’s on the Jetty
  • Moonee Beach Tavern
  • Papaveros Italian CEX
  • Surf Club Restaurant and Bar
  • Latitude 30
  • Dark Arts Café & Bar
  • Urban Café


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