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Spring is the perfect time to hit the road for a Coffs Coast holiday. You will arrive to the region in full bloom and beauty when September arrives in the Coffs Coast.

The New South Wales east coast is the perfect place to visit with the family and with so many things to do in Coffs Harbour, there is something to suit every type of adventurer or holiday maker.

We’ve put together our favourite things to do in the Coffs Coast region on a getaway, so pack the car and hit the M1 towards natures best holiday locations.

Get Sky High

Take in one of the best views at Forest Sky Pier in Coffs Harbour. Just 10 minutes from Coffs Harbour town centre, the Forest Sky Pier showcases the extraordinary coastal views of the region.

Enjoy a picnic a the lookout, or wear your walking shoes and take to the track through the rainforest for a range of walks between an hour to three hours. For the more relaxed visit to the viewing area grab a coffee from the nearby Nyanggan Gapi Café and simply breathe in the fresh air and enjoy the breath-taking surrounds.

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Skate the Jetty

Coffs Harbour jetty along the harbour catches the eye of the photographer, the fisherman and those who love to skate. From the jetty follow the esplanade and head out to the south breakwall. Skate or bike ride along the flat promenade where you’ll be able to take in one of Coffs Harbours most popular leisure destinations and enjoy the ocean, islands, marina and mountains.

 

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Stop and smell the roses

The North Coast Regional Botanic Gardens is located near the centre of town and is a great back to nature experience in Coffs Harbour.

Discover Coffs Coast in full bloom at the Gardens are open 9am to 5pm every day of the year and entry is free. With lots of parking and accessible options, the gardens are a perfect way to take in the best of nature. There are several walking tracks around the park, as well as a café so you can sit back and enjoy the flora and fauna on the Coffs Coast.

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Check out Bello

Bellingen is just a 30 minute drive from Coffs Harbour but feels like a world away. Nestled in the Coffs Coast hinterland, the picturesque town of Bellingen sits next to the UNESCO World Heritage-listed rainforest, waterfalls, valleys and granite peaks.

Check out the markets or browse the boutiques in the main street, or for an adventure pack the kayak and paddle the Bellinger river. Discover the Promised Lands, just a 10 minute drive from town. The Promised Lands is full of different swimming holes and shows the true beautiful colour of the Never Never River.

Later on relax at the Bellingen Brewing Co and enjoy a craft beer and pizza to make the most of your visit.

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When your feet get tired from exploring all the things to do in Coffs Harbour, kick back at one of the several Reflections Holiday Parks on the Coffs Coast.

Stay central at Reflections Coffs Harbour for walking distance to the city centre and nearby restaurants, cafes and bars.

Just out of town but by the water your can find Reflections Mylestom and Reflections Urunga. Both offer powered and unpowered sites and cabins. For some extra creature comforts you can stay in a Deluxe Beach Tent at Mylestom.

Not done with the adventures of the Coffs Coast region? Reflections Moonee Beach has activities galore to entertain everybody. From the tennis court to SUP and Kayak hire, Moonee is perfect for those who want the best of nature on their doorstep during a getaway with all the activities nearby.

For more inspiration for your next Coffs Coast holiday, check out the Reflections website.

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