The Coffs Coast is a nature lovers’ paradise packed with beautiful vistas and adventures. Moreover, a Coffs holiday experience means immersing yourself in an incredible region with so much to see and do. Beyond the outstanding scenery, abundant wildlife, adventure walks, 4WD tours and helicopter rides, there are amazing adventures to be had on and in the ocean. Let’s have a look.
Where is the Coffs Holiday Experience?
Geographically speaking, the Coffs Coast is exceptional since it is the only location in NSW where the Great Dividing Range and the Pacific Ocean converge. Important Gumbayggnirr Indigenous cultural sites are also located here. Plus, Coffs is home to the remarkable Solitary Island Marine Park. This protected ocean park stretches nearly 90 kilometres along the coast, from Mutton Bird Island in Coffs Harbour to Plover Island near the Sandon River. Moreover, the Marine reserve is 72,000 hectares in size and is home to 858 species of fish and 90 species of coral. Add to this the UNESCO world heritage listed Gondwana Rainforest, pristine beaches, and delightful hinterland, and it’s clear the region offers the perfect Coffs holiday experience. So, what are you waiting for?
What is the Coffs Holiday Experience?
From June to October, you can witness the mighty Humpback Whales migrating up and down the coastline. You can get a fantastic view from the many headlands on the Coffs Coast. Or, be adventurous and get really close by joining one of the local whale watch boat trips. Great whale-watching charters run daily from the Jetty.
Take a cruise in search of wild dolphins. In fact, we have a resident pod of dolphins off Boambee beach.
Imagine snorkelling in the pristine water around Split Solitary Island? Don’t delay! Book a group charter and see the breath-taking array of underwater creatures.
Fancy scuba diving in the Solitary Islands Marine Park? There are beginner classes that get you in the water on day one.
Dolphin Marine Conservation Park
Get up close and personal with marine life – get to know these incredible animals and the importance of protecting them. Tickets are available from Dolphin Marine Conservation Park.