Coffs Coast is blessed with no fewer than 11 National Parks, 37 State Forests, nature reserves, 2 Aboriginal areas, a regional park and numerous parks and gardens. In total some 84,000 hectares of World Heritage Listed areas also fall within the Coffs Coast.
In addition, the region can boast 71,100 hectares of Solitary Islands Marine Park area with its own underwater world, joining 5 Islands dotted up the coast.
Accessing and being within nature on the Coffs Coast is easy. Most National Parks and State Forests are just a drive and walk away whilst to enjoy the Solitary Islands Marine Park you can snorkel, scuba dive, sail, swim or even fly over it.