Coffs Harbour Adventure


Amazing adventures

Escape to the Coffs Harbour region for unforgettable adventures, including skydiving, whitewater rafting, game fishing and bushwalking in World Heritage rainforest. For an underwater adventure, explore the Solitary Islands Marine Park and see amazing sea creatures.

  • Humpback Whale, Coffs Harbour
  • Bruxner Park Flora Reserve, Coffs Harbour Coast

Adventure holidays in the Coffs Harbour Area

For exciting adventures, visit the Coffs Harbour region on the North Coast of NSW and discover its natural beauty while enjoying thrilling activities and tours. With Coffs City Skydivers, jump out of a plane above the spectacular coast and float to a beach in the Solitary Islands Marine Park.

You can go diving and snorkelling in the marine park with Jetty Dive. The marine park is a haven for turtles, whales and 90 species of coral. Another way to experience the coast as well as the rainforest hinterland is aboard a microlight aircraft with Midcoast Microlights.

Aerial view of South Solitary Island Historic Site

Rivers in the region are great for rafting, kayaking and canoeing. Bellingen Canoe Adventures offers tours of the beautiful Bellinger River. Both Liquid Assets Adventure Tours and C-Change Adventures offer whitewater thrills on the Nymboida River, one of Australia’s best whitewater rivers.

Liquid Assets also offers surf-rafting tours, riding waves into the beach. The Coffs Harbour region is blessed with many gorgeous beaches, popular for relaxing, swimming, surfing and fishing. For game fishing, Cougar Cat 12 offers charters to superb fishing spots in the deep blue ocean.

Road trips are memorable too. With A1 Coffs Coast Tours, cruise on a motorcycle through the charming towns of SawtellUrungaNambucca Heads and Bellingen, to name just a few, and ride in national parks. Cycling is popular, as well. And enjoy the tranquillity of walking in World Heritage-listed Dorrigo National Park to the Skywalk lookout.

Skywalk lookout, Dorrigo National Park - Photo National Parks and Rob Cleary