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Coffs Harbour Holidays

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Coffs Harbour is the largest city in the region. It is a regional centre for tourism, commerce, industry and farming. Coffs Harbour boasts all of the facilities of a modern city with award winning restaurants and entertainment venues and first class health and educational facilities. Coffs Harbour is notable for its banana and avocado plantations, dairy and beef farms, state forests and national parks, sub tropical rainforests, pristine beaches and the diverse aquatic environment of the solitary islands marine park.

Coffs Harbour Accommodation can be found in world class resorts, motels, cabins, backpacker hostels etc. West of Coffs Harbour is the uncrowded rural hinterland of the Orara Valley, flanked by the hills of the Eastern Dorrigo, with their scenic valleys, forests, winding roads and charming villages. North of Coffs are a string of beach communities and south is the magnificent Bellinger Valley , with the towns of Raleigh and Bellingen, While a steep climb to the head of the valley takes visitors up the mountain on the waterfall way to the Dorrigo Plateau.

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Coffs Harbour is one of New South Wales premier coastal tourist destinations and is highly sought after especially during holiday periods. The region is easy to access with The Pacific Highway passing through the town and regular coach services being available. Regular air services are available from both Sydney and Brisbane. Rail services are also available from both of these cities.

There are many attractions in the area to occupy the holidaymaker like world class golf courses, day trips for whale watching, fishing and diving together and local attractions such as the big banana. Coffs Harbour beaches are also famous as a surfing destination. Families will want to visit the local pet porpoise pool though it is really inhabited by dolphins. There are many hiking and bushwalking trails in the Coffs area and the keen bushwalker will find this a paradise with huge reserves of untouched bushland and national parks to explore.

In this website you will find a wide range of information to help you plan your Coffs Harbour holiday. Should you wish to speak to one of our helpful consultants just ring our Australian freecall number 1800 815 378. Remember that during school holidays this area is highly sought after and it is wise to book well in advance.

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