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Solitary Islands Aquarium

Solitary Islands Aquarium

Dive in and explore the marine life of the Coffs Coast! The Solitary Islands Aquarium serves as an important community asset helping to bring an awareness and appreciation for the marine environment through education and science. Their facility is focused on regional species, resource management and conservation. The aquarium provides an intimate experience for guests to learn about and to interact with marine life of the Coffs Coast through a series of aquariums, guided tours, and visual displays. Located next to the Pacific Bay Resort complex, a visit to the Aquarium will be a memorable and enriching experience for all…
The Opal Centre

The Opal Centre

Where colour, nature and beauty meet. Located at the world famous Big Banana on the spectacular Coffs Harbour coastline, Australia’s original Opal Centre is home to a world of nature’s miracles, unique gifts and souvenirs. From ethically sourced natural Australian opal gemstones and opal jewellery, to beautiful crystals, gemstone jewellery, fossils, rocks and minerals hand-selected from around the world - The Opal Centre has something for everybody.
The Big Banana Fun Park

The Big Banana Fun Park

The Big Banana is Australia's original and most iconic Big Thing. No trip along the Coffs Coast is complete without a stop! The Big Banana Fun Park also features the biggest indoor Giant Slide in the country, the biggest Water Park between Sydney and The Gold Coast, with huge thrill slides and a kids Aqua Play area, their famous Toboggan Ride overlooking the beautiful Pacific Ocean, a 36 hole Mini-Golf course, a State-of-the-art Laser Tag arena, a Demolition Derby, Ice Skating rink and a 4D Ride Simulator, featuring four of the latest and best ride simulator films in the world!…
Diggers Beach

Diggers Beach

The ever-popular Diggers Beach is perfectly located for tourists – right across the road from Coffs Harbour’s Big Banana. Wide and sheltered, Diggers makes for a lovely wind-free beach walk. It’s not only visitors who love this beach either; it’s a favourite among locals for surfing, fishing and swimming. There’s plenty to do if you’d rather stay dry; take a seat at the elevated pavilion to admire the view and look at the birds, or you can walk the short pathway to Macauleys Headland. When you’ve had enough of the surf, take a break from the beach in the neighbouring…
Spa Elements

Spa Elements

Spa Elements offers visitors to the region a unique wellness experience - a combination of holistic healing therapies together with the latest anti-ageing technologies; embracing both ancient indigenous rituals and modern skin science. Supported by local skin care company Heritage Healers, and a team of dedicated beauty and wellness professionals, our specialty is highly personalised spa rituals, treatment programs and special events, all focused on restoring your life-balance and well-being. Spa Elements can also cater for all your special occasion beauty needs, including group bookings. Located at Opal Cove Resort the Spa is set on 36 hectares of lush coastline;…
Park Beach

Park Beach

Just moments from the heart of Coffs Harbour, where Coffs Creek meets the ocean, Park Beach is the perfect place to picnic or go for a dip. Whether it’s surfing, fishing, kayaking, or strolling along Macauleys Headland Walk, there’s no shortage of things to do on this stretch of coastline.  Park Beach is packed with beachside dining options, with Coffs Harbour Surf Club, Café Aqua and Ernies Kitchen all firm favorites. Check out iconic live music venue The Hoey Moey and mingle with the locals. And don't miss the Friday Twilight Food Markets picnic in Park Beach Reserve when daylight…
Gumgali Track

Gumgali Track

Gumgali Track is located in the beautiful Orara East State Forest, also home to Sealy Lookout and the Forest Sky Pier. A unique Aboriginal cultural experience, interpretation along Gumgali Track shares the Gumbaynggirr creation story of Gumgali, the black goanna. Visitors are greeted with a display at the head of the track, featuring the tale of Gumgali written in Gumbaynggirr and a Welcome to Country from Gumbaynggirr Elder Uncle Mark Flanders. Along the track, visitors encounter a contemporary retelling of the story through sculpture and art. Goanna sculptures hide in trees and on the ground, timber public art provides a…
The Clog Barn, Coffs Harbour NSW

The Clog Barn, Coffs Harbour NSW

Experience the colour and charm of Holland without leaving Coffs Harbour at the Clog Barn. Take a delightful stroll around the miniature model Dutch Village with its miniature working windmills and garden railway! All models have been hand made by owner Tom Hartsuyker (entry is free!) See how clogs are made! Watch their wonderful free clog making demonstration (10 am and 2 pm daily). Shop for gifts and souvenirs including a large range of clogs, clog slippers and blue delft pottery from Holland. Big Oma's Coffee House is open daily from 8am for breakfast and lunch. (Gluten free options available).
Treetops Adventure Coffs Harbour

Treetops Adventure Coffs Harbour

Paradise for Nature Enthusiasts. Beautiful surroundings, sublime natural habitat and an abundance of local wildlife, Treetops Adventure Coffs Harbour is our northernmost park and one of the prettiest natural locations. Established in Orara East State Forest, and around the corner from Sealy Lookout, this serene park has over 110 challenges and 20 ziplines for you to enjoy the bush from a new perspective! A 2.5-hour session through the aerial challenges (including gearing up) will have you laughing along with the Kookaburras. After safety, your adrenaline is our top priority, so our courses are designed to challenge you, no matter what…
Niigi Niigi - Sealy Lookout

Niigi Niigi - Sealy Lookout

Niigi Niigi (Sealy Lookout) in Orara East State Forest is Coffs Harbour's first eco-certified tourism attraction. Just 15 minutes north of Coffs, Niigi Niigi is home to the famous Forest Sky Pier, offering visitors an amazing panoramic view from mountains to the coast from 15 metres above the forest floor. The Forest Sky Pier is complemented by an all-access undercover picnic area, picnic tables in surrounding forest and rainforest walking tracks. Giingan Gumbaynggirr Cultural Experience tours happen here - a great way to learn about culture and practices of the Gumbaynggirr people. Or take an adventure with adjacent Coffs Treetops,…
Forest Sky Pier, Niigi Niigi - Sealy Lookout

Forest Sky Pier, Niigi Niigi - Sealy Lookout

Only a short drive off the Pacific Highway from Coffs Harbour, the Forest Sky Pier at Niigi Niigi /Sealy Lookout sits within a flora reserve in Orara East State Forest - part of the amazing State Forests of the Coffs Coast, on Gumbayggirr country. A 10-minute drive from Coffs Harbour up through banana plantations reaches the lookout - it's open to vehicles during daylight hours, and your visit is free. Here, the Forest Sky Pier offers magnificent coastal views over the city of Coffs Harbour and up and down the coastline. There are walking tracks through the rainforest, ranging from…
Coffs Harbour Showground Gallery

Coffs Harbour Showground Gallery

The Coffs Harbour Creative Arts Group create and display their art at the Coffs Harbour Showground Gallery. All original works by local artists and all for sale. Classes, workshops, and Demonstration Days are held throughout the year. Experienced and beginner artists are catered for, with opportunities to learn and explore within a supportive and friendly group.
Dolphin Marine Conservation Park

Dolphin Marine Conservation Park

Experience amazing marine animals up closer than anywhere else in Australia and ignite your passion for marine conservation. Learn about dolphins, Australian sea lions, penguins, fish and turtles. Discover how Dolphin Marine Conservation Park in Coffs Harbour works to protect precious marine and other wildlife, and the oceans and environment every day. Tour the marine animal rescue and rehabilitation hospital and observe sea turtles and other creatures in care before they are released back to their ocean homes. Hear the local first nations Gumbaynggirr Dreamtime story about how dolphins originated. Be inspired to take simple responsible actions every day to…
Coffs Creek Walk and Cycleway

Coffs Creek Walk and Cycleway

The Coffs Creek Walk is a shared path and cycle way in a bush setting, that links the CBD with some of the city's major destinations - the North Coast Regional Botanic Garden, Dolphin Marine Conservation Park, Jetty Beach and Park Beach. The total distance is approximately 8.6km and takes about two hours to complete but can be broken down in smaller loops. The path is a mix of road, bike path, dirt tracks and boardwalks, through a variety of landscapes including wetlands with abundant birdlife, beaches, and reserves. There are plenty of places to stop and rest along the…
Coffs Harbour Marina and Jetty Area

Coffs Harbour Marina and Jetty Area

Exploring Jetty Beach and foreshores is the perfect way start to your visit to Coffs Harbour. An absolute must-do on any Coffs Coast itinerary is a stroll along the Coffs Harbour International Marina to Muttonbird Island for stunning coastal views. Take the time to walk along the foreshore to the colourful Southern Breakwall for an alternative perspective. Take a boat trip out to Solitary Islands Marine Park for dolphin and whale watching, snorkeling or diving. Get up-close and personal with a sea lion at the Dolphin Marine Conservation Park. Planning to get your toes wet? Head to Jetty Beach for…
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