Tuesday April 8, 2014
With an average summer temperature of 26C and mild winter temperatures this destination is truly a place where the mountains meet the sea. You can spend a day at one of the beautiful beaches such as Coffs Harbour’s Jetty Beach or go north and visit Shelley beach. The next day you can head into the rainforest at Dorrigo National Park.
There are many experiences to be had from surfing to skydiving, the Coffs coast provides both thrill seekers and leisure seekers ample opportunities to enjoy the holiday of their dreams. If you enjoy being a part of a crowd, there are many events in the region throughout the year. From the Coffs Harbour Gold Cup Race to the Woolgoolga Curry Festival, you can find a crowd that will suit your tastes.
When it is time to enjoy some down time there are plenty of great places to visit. Aussies love their big thing, and The Coffs Coast has just the thing with the Big Banana. The Big Banana is one of the most frequently visited big things in the country. You may also want to visit The Butterfly House, or the Dolphin Marine Magic, or you can find out more about the history of surfing, at the Legends Surf Museum.
From Woolgoolga to Dorrigo, the Coffs Coast offers visitors the chance to experience the best the area has to offer, without the crowds and tourist traps that you may find in other areas. It is quite possible that you will find your own small space, free of others is one of the state forest, nature reserves, or national parks, you may even find that sweet spot on a beach. The Coffs Coast is a great place to explore, contact us today and find an adventure that seems like it was made just for you!