Coffs Harbour is located in New South Wales Australia between Sydney and Brisbane, Australia. Coffs Harbour tourism is well developed with many activities including surfing, whale watching and visits to icons such as the Big Banana. Inland from Coffs Harbour is a rich agricultural area and the World Heritage listed Dorrigo National Park. Offshore are the solitary islands for hiking and diving.
An excellent all year climate makes Coffs Harbour tourism popular.Coffs Harbour is on the mid north coast of New South Wales and is a subtropical, cosmopolitan place to spend some time. Originally known for its beaches and bananas, Coffs Harbour has grown into a diverse seaside town.
The diverse heritage of the area attracts tourists to the area. Within the district, there are many beautiful places to visit. Places like Sawtell and Scotts Head along the coast, then Dorrigo is further west perched in the mountains. Dorrigo is a town of incredible beauty and the road is lined with Jacaranda trees for miles.
There are lush subtropical rainforests and temperate waters just waiting for you to explore. For outdoor adventure go scuba diving, whale watching, four-wheel driving, bushwalking, surfing and all the other beach activities you can imagine. Even, watch the wildlife on local headlands.
For relaxation visit the local markets, and arts and crafts galleries, play golf, enjoy a meal, explore the area by bicycle, take a stroll along the foreshore or go bushwalking through the rainforest.