Woven between the mountains and the sea, Coffs Coast is a breath-taking tapestry of colour. Come and explore this pocket of paradise mid way between Sydney and Brisbane on the North Coast of NSW, filled with quaint villages, national parks, mountain escarpments, 90 km of sandy beaches, islands and marine reserves. With over 101 things to do and 200 places to stay, Coffs Coast is sure to offer you an experience.


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From full moon canoe tours to beach camel rides, get the family, friends and loved ones together and discover the top voted ‘must see, must do‘ experiences of the region.  The APP also includes accommodation, food & wine suggestions, trails & drives, aswell as upcoming events.

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Whale watching Jetty Dive

Its whale watching season

The migratory journey of the humpback whale has begun and are passing close to our coast in droves.  Find out how you can experience these majestic giants of the sea, and check out some special packages and deals on Coffs Coast #coffs4whales

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Over 200 Places to Stay

From romantic rainforest retreats to beach side bungalows, self-contained apartments to family-fun resorts – your holiday accommodation options are endless.

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Explore our diverse regions

Explore the striking southern beaches

From ‘sunny’ Sawtell, the Fig tree lined village just 10 minutes south of Coffs Harbour with its cute cafes and coffee shops through to Bongil Bongil National Park offering one of the largest Koala populations in NSW and the beautiful boardwalks of Urunga, crossing Mangrove lined waters filled with bird life.

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Get into nature in Dorrigo

Coffs Coast is blessed with 11 National Parks, 14 Nature Reserves, 2 Aboriginal Areas, 1 Regional Park and 37 forests , along with 84.000 ha of protected World Heritage Area.

Less than one hour from Coffs Harbour up the the famous ‘waterfall way’ route you will have access to over 10 beautiful waterfalls.  Just one of the Dorrigo delights is Dangar Falls, two minutes from the town centre.

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Unwind on the northern beaches

Relaxing on the sands of Moonee, Woolgoolga, Red Rock and Corindi is not just for the surfers. There’s activities, whale watching, headlands and walks, picnic spots, village shops and restaurants on offer, and with names like Emerald and Sapphire, no guesses as to what the stunning waters have on offer for you.

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Discover the western hinterlands

Fields of green rolling hills interspersed with streams, creeks and waterholes, a visit to the western hinterland will find you enjoying pub lunches in Coramba, Lowanna or Ulong, picking up fresh produce, visiting historical mining sites and beautiful country drives.

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