Things To Do

Park Beach is the main ‘beach area’ in Coffs Harbour. It’s home to beautiful beaches, coastal walking trails and whale watching; and is close to the Big Banana and other major attractions.
Opposite Beach & Coastal Creek

Opposite Beach & Coastal Creek

Coffs Harbour’s main surf beach – Park Beach – is a popular surfing, swimming and fishing spot. It’s patrolled daily during most of the year. The beach joins the coastal creek which is perfect for SUPs and kayaks. Or, enjoy the reserve area with kids playground, picnic tables and BBQs.

Close To Pub & Bowling Club

Close To Pub & Bowling Club

450m TO PARK BEACH BOWLING CLUB: Easily walk to Park Beach Bowling Club for a bowl, meal, drink or entertainment. It’s where the ocean meets the greens.
800m TO HOEY MOEY: Popular bar and restaurant with great beer garden and live music.

Big Banana Fun Park

Big Banana Fun Park

The biggest theme park between Sydney and Gold Coast. Featuring giant slides, waterpark, 36 hole mini-golf, toboggan ride, laser tag, ice skating, 4D ride simulator. Plus, go on a plantation tour or visit the reptile world, Coffs Candy Kitchen, or the Cheesemaking Workshop.

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Close To Park Beach Shopping Plaza

Close To Park Beach Shopping Plaza

Park Beach Plaza – Coffs Harbour’s main shopping plaza – is just a 5 minute drive away. It’s home to 125 specialty stores, a huge food court, Target, Big W, Woolworths, ALDI and JB Hi-Fi. It’s the largest shopping centre between Newcastle and the Gold Coast!

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North Coast Regional Botanic Garden

North Coast Regional Botanic Garden

Stroll, walk, sit, dine and relax in the beautiful subtropical gardens. Set amongst 20 hectares of land and bounded on three sides by Coffs Creek. Featuring Australian rainforest species (including endangered), a Japanese garden set around a lake, and 5 kms of paths. Entry is free.

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Solitary Islands Marine Park

Solitary Islands Marine Park

In the waters off the Coffs marina is the Solitary Islands Marine Park, home to coral reefs and a diverse population of marine life. It’s the third largest marine protected area in NSW and an oasis for dolphins, turtles, tropical fish and migrating whales. The Coffs Coast is also one of the best spots in NSW for whale watching.

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Walk to Jetty Beach & Muttonbird Island

Walk to Jetty Beach & Muttonbird Island

Jetty Beach is a popular protected beach which has the Jetty Foreshores Park close by, and Mutton Bird Island – a great place for a walk with ample reward! Surrounded by ocean, the island has views of the Coffs Coast and hinterland from a unique, off-shore perspective.

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Sealy Lookout

Sealy Lookout

Forest Sky Pier at Sealy Lookout – witness stunning views, and on a clear day you can see 100km to the south! Plus, picnic shelters and walking trails. At TreeTop Adventure Park there’s an amazing array of challenges with its ropes courses that wind through the tree canopy (ages: 3+ yrs).

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