Coffs Harbour Area Attractions

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  1. Sapphire Beach

    Just north of Coffs Harbour, there are a few access points to the beach - take Sapphire Beach exit and access it via Crystal Waters drive, which offers playground facilities, parking and beach showers or a little...

  2. Mobong walking track

    The first 500 metres of Mobong walking track follows a historic tramway that was once used when the area was logged for timber. You’ll even walk across old sleepers along the path. The trail then follows Mobong Creek,...

  3. Bongil Bongil National Park

    Bongil Bongil National Park, south of Coffs Harbour, has plenty to offer, including wild beaches, sweeping coastal views and peaceful streams.The park is popular with locals for a spot of fishing, either on...

  4. Satinbird Stroll

    Visitors looking for an easy introduction to Dorrigo’s wonderful rainforest systems can’t go past Satinbird stroll, near the popular The Glade picnic area. The rainforest’s abundance of plant species, vines, epiphytes...

  5. The Pines Picnic Area

    The Pines picnic area in Yarriabini National Park is a relaxing spot for a family picnic. Wander along the rainforest walking track, admire Aboriginal art and relax in this tranquil forest setting.Set...

  6. Moonee Beach Nature Reserve

    Looking for something to do in Coffs Harbour? Moonee Beach Nature Reserve offers walking, fishing, snorkelling, scuba diving and whale watching opportunities.At Moonee Beach Nature Reserve, the rare and...

  7. Moonee Beach

    Moonee Beach is not patrolled though is very popular with fishing enthusiasts. Moonee Beach Reserve, where Moonee Creek meets Moonee Beach, is a popular area for locals and visitors alike with smaller children. The...

  8. Warrell Creek

    It takes very little effort to escape the hustle and bustle in Gaagal Wanggaan National Park. On quiet days, when fishing boats are few, you’ll have the estuary almost to yourself. Bring binoculars for a bit of...

  9. Way Way Creek Road Drive

    Winding its way through the tall rainforest, across bubbling creeks, this picturesque drive makes an ideal family day trip and peaceful way to escape the holiday crowds.Take a scenic drive in the forest,...

  10. The Big Banana

    The Big Banana is Australia's original and most famous 'Big Thing'. No trip along The Coffs Coast is complete without a stop!The Big Banana Fun Park now boasts a brand new Water Park with four huge...

  11. Norman Jolly Picnic Area

    Enjoy a picnic among tall old-growth trees and historic logging relics at Norman Jolly picnic area in Nymboi-Binderay National Park, not far from Dorrigo.The first thing you’ll notice at Norman Jolly picnic...

  12. South Solitary Lighthouse

    South Solitary Lighthouse was considered the most isolated on the New South Wales coast. It was the first and the last New South Wales lighthouse to use kerosene.South Solitary Lighthouse was...

  13. Dorrigo National Park

    Dorrigo National Park is only an hour from Coffs Harbour and yet if feels miles away. Visit World Heritage listed rainforests on a school excursion or day trip; magnificent waterfall walks, scenic barbecue areas and...

  14. Coffs Harbour Butterfly House

    The tranquil Coffs Harbour Butterfly House is an indoor tropical habitat for around 300 live Australian butterflies and offers visitors the opportunity to "Get Close to Nature" and perhaps have a butterfly land on...

  15. Bongil picnic area

    Bongil picnic area, on the banks of Bonville creek is great spot to kick back and relax. This grassy clearing is surrounded by tall, pencil-straight blackbutt trees.Enjoy a family picnic under the shelter or...

  16. Dorrigo Railway Station

    The museum is devoted to the authentic preservation of all manner of items from the railways of New South Wales, as well as the Glenreagh to Dorrigo branch railway line. While not open to the public just yet, but...

  17. Greenroom Gallery

    Greenroom is a boutique/gallery on the lovely promenade in Coffs Harbour owned and operated by Wayne and Charlotte French. They offer timeless designs, comfortable and flattering clothes for women with a heart for...

  18. Solitary Islands Marine Park

    The Solitary Islands Marine Park is the third largest marine protected area in New South Wales. It covers a total area of 71,000 hectares and extends along 75 kilometres of coast, from Coffs Harbour north to the...

  19. Nambucca Heads Beach

    Nambucca Heads is the accommodation and entertainment hub of the Nambucca Valley region and neighbouring beach communities, with beaches well suited for beginner surfers.Mostly small, forgiving...

  20. Cargo Lane

    Cargo Lane is an amazing collection of unique furnishings and gifts, ancient fossils, lighting, rugs and cowhides, sculptures and art from across the globe - hand picked from exotic countries. You...

  21. Sealy Lookout

    Only a short drive off the Pacific Highway from Coffs Harbour, Sealy Lookout and the Forest Sky Pier sits within a flora reserve in Orara East State Forest - part of the amazing state Forests of the Coffs Coast. Take...

  22. Sakura Bonsai Gallery - Dorrigo

    Sakura Bonsai Gallery houses some 100 mature and 'in-progress' trees; some more than 70 years old, most 25 to 40 years old. Most of the bonsai have been started as cuttings or seedlings, field grown to develop some...

  23. Cascade National Park

    Cascade National Park, only an hours’ drive from Coffs Harbour, is ideal for a day trip. Rainforest, walking tracks, car touring and excellent cycling opportunities await.Cascade National Park is a magical...

  24. Carobana Confectionery

    Carobana Confectionery is Coffs Harbour's own confectionery factory, family owned and operated since 1980. Carob and honeycomb are their main products, but they stock a large range of other sweets such as peanut...

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