The Coffs Coast, aka Place of Plenty, is NSW’s first Eco Destination. Coffs Harbour is a great stopover for nature-lovers, beach-goers, families, bushwalkers, mountain bikers, paddlers and 4WD enthusiasts halfway between Sydney and Brisbane. Coffs is surrounded by national parks, including the Solitary Islands Marine Park.  Paradise for those of us who are lucky to live on Gumbaynggirr country.

Trails

Combine a walk with art, as you see how many mosaic artworks you can find from Coffs to Scotts Head
Enjoy nature on this easy 8.5km loop around Coffs Creek in the heart of Coffs Harbour, with cafes and many public artworks. Follow our GPX tracks
An urban walk to discover the rich collection of street art in Coffs Harbour
An easy foreshore walk out on the heritage wooden Coffs Harbour Jetty - fun public art, coffee, beach and a playground
There are a number of tracks through the vegetated dunes behind Boambee beach, allowing for a varied circuit of beach and coastal dunes.
Take your time to enjoy four different walks from 400m to 2.4km through rainforest, creek mangroves, australian natives, exotic lands and a Japanese garden.