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COFFS HARBOUR information & attractions
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Coffs Harbour is located on a beautiful section of coastline between Grafton and Nambucca Heads.

The warm pleasant climate, glorious stretches of sandy beaches and the backdrop of the forested mountains which descend down to the coast make Coffs Harbour an appealing destination for holidaymakers, daytrippers and retirees.

The city's harbour is the base for regional fishing fleets, while banana plantations dot the inland foothills.

A vibrant shopping district awaits visitors, situated adjacent to the Pacific Highway and along Harbour Drive, while at the northern gateway to Coffs Harbour is Park Beach Plaza.


Big Banana
One of Australia's most famous icons, the Big Banana offers fun rides, educational tours and shows, recreational facilities and a selection of food and gifts
Dolphin Marine Magic
A marine park that provides people with an educational, enjoyable and hands-on experience with marine animals including seals, dolphins and penguins
The Clog Barn
Experience the colour and charm of Holland as you take a delightful stroll around the model Dutch Village, enjoy a selection of cakes and coffee at Big Oma's Coffee House and watch clog making demonstrations

Shopping & markets:

Park Beach Plaza
Open 7 days a week, this shopping centre has a quality mix of local and national retailers and a food court seating over 300 people

Parks, gardens & trails:

Muttonbird Island Nature Reserve
Covering Muttonbird Island which is linked to northern point of the Coffs Harbour Marina via a man-made rock wall, the island is home to wedge-tailed shearwaters, commonly known as muttonbirds, offering panoramic views of the harbour
Bindarri National Park
West of Coffs Harbour at the headwaters of the Urumbilum River are spectacular waterfalls in a remote and rugged setting with pockets of old-growth forest scattered across the plateau
Ulidarra National Park
Located just north-west of Coffs Harbour, this park consists of old-growth coastal eucalypt forest with scenic views

Regional touring guides:

Coffs Coast
Visitor information for destinations on the coast between Red Rock and Scotts Head

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