Coffs Harbour Area
The city of Coffs Harbour is a popular holiday and tourist destination because of attractions like the famous Park Beach and the iconic Big Banana monument. Visitors might also want to check out the surrounding area, along the north coast of New South Wales. For your stay in Coffs Harbour Area, we recommend the following hotels:
Getting out of town provides opportunities to marvel at the region’s natural wonders. At the Solitary Islands Marine Park, people scuba dive and snorkel to see stunning coral reefs. Whale sightings are common between June and November. The nearby Muttonbird Island Nature Reserve features flocks of wedge-tailed shearwater birds. A drive along the coast leads to surfing beaches and rainforests. Cruises and kayaking excursions are available. Bathers Way is a path along the coast that connects swimming locations. The region has 48 national parks and 12 state forests.
Port Stephens hosts a large dolphin population, Port Macquarie holds food festivals, and Yamba and Ballina are known for delicious seafood like oysters and prawns. The Butterfly House in Bonville is an indoor tropical rainforest with more than 400 butterlies flitting about. A trip up the Waterfall Way outside Bellingen reaches Dangar Falls, Dorrigo National Park and the Dorrigo Rainforest Centre. To visit that places you can try the Top Rated Hotel Peppers Salt Resort & Spa
The Coffs Harbour area is 530km north of Sydney and 350km south of Brisbane on the Pacific Highway. NSW Trainlink offers a daily nine-hour ride from Sydney, and buses are also available. The Coffs Harbour Airport is served by Qantas, Virgin Australia and Tiger Airways.
If you want to stay near to Coffs Harbour Airport you have many options, for example:
- Pacific Marina Luxury Apartments
- Big Windmill Corporate & Family Motel
- Quality Inn City Centre
- The Observatory Holiday Apartments
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The North Coast’s climate ranges from subtropical along the coast to much cooler temperatures in the uplands to the west. Daily high and low temperatures average 26C and 19C in the summer, and 16C and 7C in the winter. A day of touring New South Wales costs about AU$179. Average daily meal expenses total AU$44, and a typical hotel room for a couple rents for AU$183.