Located on the mid-north coast of NSW, Coffs Harbour is one of the most popular tourist destinations in NSW.
Located half way between Sydney and Brisbane on the Mid North Coast of NSW, Coffs Harbour is a region of great diversity of landscapes, from the banana plantations which cloak its hills to the national parks and state forest which make up its hinterland and a superb string of white sand beaches. You will also find quaint towns with a rich heritage.
Regional vineyards, restaurants and bars in both Coffs Harbour and the surrounding townships provide excellent cuisine for discerning diners, as well as catering to al fresco patrons at the many eateries found along the Jetty foreshore and International Marina.
During your stay you'll discover numerous outdoor activities and attractions such as bushwalking, four-wheel driving, scuba diving, surf rafting, whale watching, fishing, swimming, surfing and beach activities.
You can also choose to go bananas at the Big Banana, be kissed by seals at the Pet Porpoise Pool, learn all about butterflies at the Butterfly House, take a helicopter joy flight, try go-karting or extreme skirmish.
For a relaxing holiday, try wandering the many art galleries and hinterland markets, enjoy a spot of shopping, stroll along a foreshore or coastal boardwalk, play a round of golf, hire a bicycle or explore the many driving trails.
Coffs Harbour is a holiday haven for all generations that will lure you back to delve more deeply into its multi-faceted personality.
Beautiful rainforest on one side and the blue Pacific Ocean on the other - there's loads to discover on the Coffs Coast. More »