What are the Best Beaches on the Coffs Coast

What are the Best Beaches on the Coffs Coast?

Thinking of a great way to spend your day? A day out at the beach would be perfect! Now, where should you go? Well, the Coffs Coast is home to some of the most stunning beaches in Australia. We strongly recommend you check out these Coffs Coast beaches, each with its own distinct charm and character.

Coffs Coast Beaches – Jetty Beach

Firstly, we have Jetty Beach, a well-protected beach that’s also fully accessible. The area provides beach mats and wheelchair access to ensure everyone can enjoy the breathtaking beauty of this area. Plus, it’s patrolled in summer for everyone’s safety. Adding to the charm is the old Coffs Harbour Jetty. Every Sunday, markets are nearby with clothes, local produce, and homewares for sale, amongst other things. Get in some retail therapy after soaking in the sun. Let’s not forget the myriad of cafes and restaurants that are in the vicinity of the beach. And, fabulous accommodation at Pacific Marina Apartments is only a short stroll away.

Park Beach

Next up is Park Beach, where a long stretch of sand beckons you. Offering tranquillity and adventure, Park Beach offers exciting activities like surfing, fishing, kayaking, and even swimming! Plus, it has fantastic dining options and accommodation nearby, which makes it all the easier to enjoy the seaside.

Coffs Coast Beaches – Diggers Beach

Then there’s Diggers Beach, right across the road from Coffs Harbour’s Big Banana. From the wider sheltered area to the secluded Little Diggers Beach, it offers much to explore, quality surfing and excellent fishing. Fancy a walk? Diggers Beach to Charlesworth Bay offers a scenic trail through an impressive coastal rainforest.

Moonee Beach

Moonee Beach is another gem on the Coffs Coast, a beautiful nature reserve. It’s home to coastal rainforests, headland walking trails, and vast swaths of golden sand, ideal for little ones to play on. Why not embark on a Wajaana Yaam Gumbaynggirr Adventure Tour to learn more about the Aboriginal heritage while paddling up the Moonee Creek?

Emerald Beach

Looking for another family-friendly option? Emerald Beach is ideal. Popular with surfers and swimmers alike, its picnic area, cafes, and playground make it a perfect fit for family activities.

Other Must-Experience Coffs Coast Beaches

Last but not least, include Sawtell Main Beach, Arrawarra-Corindi Beach, Woolgoolga Beach, Nambucca Heads and Bongil Bongil National Park in your NSW beach-hop itinerary.

Sawtell Main Beach delights with sandy dunes and cool surf-side cafes. Meanwhile, Arrawarra-Corindi Beach appeals to surf beginners and longboarders. Woolgoolga Beach is a haven for surfers, swimmers, and whale watchers.

Lastly, the pristine beach in Bongil Bongil National Park offers the option to drive your 4WD along the beaches, providing a unique beachside experience.

Each of these Coffs Coast beaches will undoubtedly offer an unforgettable seaside experience, whether you’re a walker, a swimmer, a surfer or a sun-bather. Hope to see you there!

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