Coffs Coast’s unspoilt beaches, diverse wildlife, stunning national and marine parks and excellent fishing, diving and other nature-based outdoor adventure activities make it a perfect destination for anyone who loves nature and the outdoors.

Our natural attractions are all located within a short drive from our city and towns, so you can really make the most of your trip to Coffs Coast. And with a pleasant subtropical climate, you’ll be able to enjoy the outdoors any time of year.

Coffs Coast is blessed with no fewer than 11 National Parks, 14 Nature Reserves, 2 Aboriginal Areas, 1 Regional Park and 37 State Forests, along with 84.000ha of protected World Heritage Area. For those who love the sand and the ocean – we present you our 90 kilometres of beaches and the 71,100ha wide Solitary Islands Marina Park.

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With over 300 recorded bird species, Coffs Coast is a veritable bird lovers’ paradise.



Enjoy a nature stroll or a longer bush walk in a National Park or State Forest or explore the tideli...


Headlands & Lookouts

All along Coffs Coast, there are plenty of headlands and lookouts offering incredible views of the m...


Marine Parks

Solitary Islands Marine Park The Solitary Islands Marine Park hugs Coffs Coast for 75 kilometres fro...


National Parks, Forests & Reserves

Coffs Coast is blessed with over 20 National Parks, State Forests and Nature Reserves.


Wildlife Encounters

If you are keen on experiencing flocks of birds, a troop of kangaroos, colony of Koalas, a shiver of...