Coffs Harbour Travel Guide

Located on the New South Wales mid-north coast, Coffs Harbour is conveniently situated almost exactly halfway between Brisbane and Sydney. One of the largest cities in the state of New South Wales, Coffs Harbour is a popular holiday destination renowned for its relaxed atmosphere, gorgeous beaches, lush rainforests and wonderful weather. Home to a range of tourist attractions including marine parks, a surf museum and even a unique cartoon museum, Coffs Harbour is also within 25km of a range of natural and historical attractions including iconic banana plantations, the town of Woolgoolga, national parks, waterfalls and some of the most beautiful landmarks.


Conveniently located mid-way between Sydney and Brisbane, Coffs Harbour is a popular holiday destination whether you're staying for a couple of nights or a couple of weeks. Offering a range of affordable and comfortable accommodation, there is a wide variety of Coffs Harbour accommodation sure to suit your style and budget. From luxury hotels and resorts to budget motels, spacious apartments, country retreats, B&Bs, couples retreat and family friendly accommodation, a visit to Coffs Harbour offers a relaxing holiday experience for you and someone special or the whole family.

Coffs Harbour Holiday Packages

Coffs Harbour holiday packages are a great way to save time and money when booking some time away on the coast. An easy and affordable way to coordinate all of your holiday needs, Coffs Harbour holiday packages allow you to combine everything from accommodation and transfers to activities, tours, meals and even flights and car hire if needed. Offering significant savings on all aspects of your holiday, these Coffs Harbour packages also offer additional benefits such as room upgrades, free nights and complimentary inclusions such as parking, massages, breakfast, WiFi and more.


Situated where the east coast meets the Great Diving Range, Coffs Harbour is a friendly sub-tropical city that offers a small-town atmosphere despite its modern city status. Surrounded by sparkling blue waters and lush forested hills, Coffs Harbour is home to a wide range of natural attractions including marine and national parks, beautiful beaches and a fantastic range of leisure activities. There's plenty of shopping and some excellent cafes and restaurants as well as all the popular water-based activities like swimming, surf rafting, whale watching and even scuba diving. The perfect place to relax, you can do as much or as little as you like in Coffs Harbour.

Getting To Coffs Harbour

Conveniently located just off the Pacific Highway, getting to Coffs Harbour is easy thanks to its position approximately half way between Brisbane and Sydney. Just 350km south of Brisbane and 530km north of Sydney, Coffs Harbour is also easily accessible by Greyhound bus and CountryLink train. However, if you're travelling to Coffs Harbour from a little further away, the Coffs Coast Airport is just a five minute drive from the centre of town and is serviced daily by a number of flights from around Australia. A bus service runs to and from the airport into town and taxis are also available. Getting To Coffs Harbour