Coffs Harbour

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Coffs Coast is one big playground for young and old. With so many things to do, you’ll find that a weekend or a week won’t be nearly enough to do and see it all.
Besides surfing and rafting, there are sky dives, rides in beach buggies, helicopters, go-karts and on mountain bikes, personal encounters with dolphins or butterflies, banana and clog-themed attractions and much more.
Coffs Coast offers many activities - fishing, bushwalking, cycling, diving, boating, bird and whale watching. Browse galleries, museums, boutiques and markets, dine at award-winning restaurants ,or check out the entertainment
From nature expeditions to great road journeys, activities for couples or families to cultural pursuits, you’ll find a Coffs Coast experience to remember.
Hidden away in an area of scenic beauty, almost completely surrounded by Coffs Creek, lies an area of diverse landscapes that hold a treasure trove of flora and fauna.
The old timber jetty in the harbour at Coffs is the place to promenade, play, relax and watch the cruising yachts come and go.On the edge of the Great Dividing Range at altitude is 1,563 metres, take a deep breath of the sub alpine air aruond Point LookoutThis tranquil part of the Bellinger Valley is rolling pastures of the greenest green you’ve ever seen, bordered by lush sub tropical bushland and the mountain escarpment of the Great Dividing Range,
A sentinal to mariners, this island is an intrinsic part of life for Coffs Coasters and visitors alike.

 

* Note: Room prices change constantly. You should check the latest availability as in many cases the room price can be even lower than the listed price on the LastBeds website.