Centrally located between Sydney and Brisbane, you will find the Coffs Coast boasting some of the best beaches to be found. Coffs Harbour, with family friendly attractions such as Pet Porpoise Pool Oceanarium, Butterfly House and Muttonbird Island Nature Reserve will entertain all ages. However, no trip to "Coffs" would be complete without a visit to The Big Banana - one of the oldest and "most visited" tourist "mecca's" in Australia - a "must-see". A change of pace in Dorrigo - for three days each year in late October, the Folk and Bluegrass Festival sees the usually serene township come alive with acoustic music, featuring some of the very best folk, bluegrass and Old-Time country musicians, from Australia and around the world. So, whether it is down south, in the large, thriving seaside town of Port Macquarie, the coastal town of Nambucca Heads, inland on the Nambucca River to Macksville, the tranquil Urunga, the beautiful beaches of Sawtell, the namesake Coffs Harbour, up north past the most spectacular coast to Woolgoolga, or inland to Bellingen and Dorrigo: the Coffs Coast boasts fabulous accommodation in excellent B & B's. For the adventurous, water sports abound. For the nature lover, there are many walks through majestic National Parks. Add that to the restaurants, cafes and great climate - the Coffs Coast is a "hard to beat" holiday destination.
Australia, officially the Commonwealth of Australia, is the world's sixth-largest country by total area. Our country offers boutique, luxury, family and even sometimes quirky accommodation for the most meticulous traveller.