Top Choice Island in Coffs Harbour

Muttonbird Island

The Gumbaynggirr people knew this island as Giidany Miirlarl, meaning Place of the Moon. It was joined to Coffs Harbour by the northern breakwater in 1935. The walk to the top (quite steep at the end) provides sweep…
Top Choice Beach in Coffs Harbour

Jetty Beach

This sheltered beach, with its picturesque jetty, is protected by a breakwater, creating calm swimming conditions. It's a quick walk from nearby restaurants.
Amusement Park in Coffs Harbour

Big Banana

Built in 1964, the Big Banana started the craze for ‘Big Things’ in Australia. Admission is free, with charges for associated attractions such as ice skating, toboggan rides, mini-golf, the waterpark, plantation tou…
Aquarium in Coffs Harbour

Solitary Islands Aquarium

On weekends this small aquarium belonging to Southern Cross University's Marine Science Centre is open to the public. Touch-tanks and enthusiastic, well-qualified guides provide close encounters with fish, coral and…
Gardens in Coffs Harbour

North Coast Regional Botanic Garden

Immerse yourself in the subtropical surrounds of the greenhouses, sensory gardens and lush rainforest of these botanic gardens. The 8km Coffs Creek Walk passes by, starting at the pool on Coff St and finishing near …
Beach in Coffs Harbour

Diggers Beach

Diggers is popular with surfers, with swells averaging 1m to 1.5m. Access is via a turn-off from the highway near the Big Banana.
Beach in Coffs Harbour

Park Beach

A long, lovely stretch of sand backed by dense shrubbery and sand dunes, which conceal the buildings beyond.
Gallery in Coffs Harbour

Bunker Cartoon Gallery

Displays rotating selections from its permanent collection of 18,000 cartoons in a WWII bunker.
Beach in Coffs Harbour

Little Diggers Beach

Naturists let it all hang out at Little Diggers, just inside the northern headland.
Gallery in Coffs Harbour

Coffs Harbour Regional Gallery

Exhibits regional art and touring exhibitions.