View of Coffs Harbour Marina from Muttonbird Island

Stay and Play in Nature

Coffs Harbour is famous for its friendly beach-side atmosphere. The city is surrounded by an abundance of pristine National Parks and the sub-tropical Solitary Islands Marine Park, along with approximately 60km of pristine coastline.

The natural environment and uncrowded beaches are complimented by a wide range of exciting activities and attractions, excellent shopping, and award winning cafes and restaurants.

For a full list of local activities, visit the Coffs Coast tourism website or visit one of Coffs Harbour’s visitor information services outlets

Stay and Play at Local Festivals…


Dorrigo Folk & Bluegrass Festival

Dorrigo Folk & Bluegrass Festival – 25-27 October, Dorrigo

If you feel like exploring the wider Coffs Coast region, why not take a 30min drive up to Dorrigo – located on top of the Great Dividing Range and set amongst the World Heritage Listed Gondwana rainforest. Now one of the major events in Dorrigo, it features 50+ local, National and International acts. The Festival is held at the Dorrigo Showgrounds on Gumbaynggirr Country, a 5 minute drive from the Dorrigo National Park and Rainforest Centre at the top of the mountain. Dorrigo and its surrounds is also home to many beautiful cascading waterfalls including Dangar Falls, 2 minutes drive from the Showground. For more information, including driving instructions, click here.


Jimmy Barnes

By the C Festival – 26 October, Park Beach Reserve

Presented By Zaccaria and By The C, the festival will take place the day after AFIC concludes on Saturday October 26, 2019 at Park Beach Reserve, Coffs Harbour. Purchase tickets.