Nature

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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Bird_watching

Birdwatching

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

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Bushwalking

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

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Headlands & Lookouts

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

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Marine Parks

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

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National Parks, Forests & Reserves

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

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Wildlife Encounters

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