The Coffs Coast is geographically unique, being the only place in nsw where the great dividing range meets the pacific ocean.
Experience coastal cycling along the Coffs Harbour Jetty or Coffs Creek loop. The Woolgoolga Coastal loop is a single track ride providing cyclists with varied terrain and terrific coastal views along the way.
Discover the Coffs Harbour Botanic Garden, a green nature oasis in the middle Coffs Harbour City, with rare plants, amazing bird life and animals.
Another jewel in the crown of the northern beaches is Look At Me Now Headland at Emerald Beach. It’s a short and level walk to the end of the headland, known for its kangaroos aplenty. It’s also a superb vantage point to appreciate the long, golden stretch of Moonee Beach on your right and the vast Pacific Ocean.
If you’re all beached out, head to the Sherwood Nature Reserve and take shelter under the lush-green tree canopy. Or spend the day at one of the region’s National Parks and Reserves.
The Solitary Islands Coastal Walk is a 60km walk stretching from Sawtell in the south all the way up to Red Rock in the north, it’s an incredible way to fully experience the wonders of the Coffs Coast.