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Flights to Coffs Harbour

Coffs Harbour Airport is located 4km (a 10 minute drive) from the town centre on Hogbin Drive.

Most famous for the giant man-made banana at the northern end of town, Coffs Harbour is one of the largest regional cities in New South Wales, approximately halfway between Sydney and Brisbane. Coffs Coast is the regional tourism destination taking in the Coffs Harbour and Bellingen areas on the North Coast of NSW. This is where the Great Dividing Range meets the Pacific Ocean, leaving a small pocket of paradise lodged between the mountains and the sea. It boasts a wonderfully temperate climate all year round. Sprawling for miles up and down the coast, the area’s many beaches make for perfect holidaying territory with surfing, fishing and sand-side picnics and barbecues amongst the favourite pastimes of visitors and locals alike. The banana plantations that fill the hills around the area make the landscape richly green and unusual. The town centre is great for city-standard shopping and is home to many recreational clubs and nightspots. For art lovers the area boast artists, craftspeople and has a number of thriving galleries, markets, and popular theatre and cinemas.

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Things to do in Coffs Harbour

Coffs Harbour, located in the heart of the beautiful Coffs Coast, is a wonderful destination for family vacations and memorable adventures. This beachside city has it all, from bushwalking and whale watching to the famed Big Banana, beautiful beaches, a marine sanctuary, and more.

Places to stay in Coffs Harbour

The accommodation in Coffs Harbour is diverse and welcoming, with guesthouses, restaurants, and bed and breakfasts. You can stay in luxury at a luxury waterside guesthouse in the style of a manor house, or choose a comfortable yet affordable house close to the centre of town so you can enjoy the shopping and nightlife of this great seaside town. Coffs Harbour is surrounded by rainforests and heritage-listed parks away from the beaches. Country retreats offer the most romantic of settings, as well as the finest amenities, such as open fires, rivers, mountain and valley views, and gourmet dining. For those on a tight budget, there are a plethora of choices. Rent a self-contained unit with beach views or stay at a family holiday villa for longer stays. When you relax by the pool or catch up with friends at the barbeque, keep the kids busy with supervised activities. In the beautiful surroundings of the National Park, there are a variety of caravan parks, cabins, and camping grounds, as well as beachfront areas.

Frequently Asked Questions

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On Hogbin Drive, Coffs Harbour Airport is 4 kilometres (10 minutes) from the town centre.

Taxis and hire cars are available. Hire cars are best booked in advance.

The CSIRO, Australia's peak scientific body, has rated Coffs Harbour as having the most liveable climate in the country. It has a sub-tropical climate all year, with temperatures varying from 13 to 25 degrees Celsius. January is the hottest month of the year, with an average temperature of 23.4 °C. The average temperature in July is 13.1 degrees Celsius, the lowest of the year.

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