Enjoy the subtropical climate, tranquil rainforests and clean uncrowded beaches of Coffs Harbour on the New South Wales north coast. Coffs Harbour is a city on the north coast of New South Wales, Australia. It’s known for its beaches and the Big Banana monument and amusement park. In the waters off Coffs Harbour Marina is the Solitary Islands Marine Park, home to abundant wildlife, seasonal whales and coral reefs. Just east is the Muttonbird Island Nature Reserve, with its large population of wedge-tailed shearwater birds and learning centre.
Located halfway between Sydney and Brisbane, the subtropical climate, tranquil rainforests and clean uncrowded beaches of Coffs Harbour ("Coffs" to locals) make it one of the most popular family holiday destinations on the New South Wales north coast. With natural attractions, adventure activities and cultural pursuits in equal measure, Coffs Harbour works well for singles, couples and families. It’s also a good halfway point between Sydney and Brisbane if you’re road tripping along the Pacific Coast.