Coffs Coast is a 90km string of golden beaches washed by the magnificent Pacific Ocean surf.
Patrolled, seaside beaches offering all the amenities you need.
The Coffs Harbour Jetty and foreshores is protected from the Pacific Ocean by rock walls, and is a great location for sailing, boating, kayaking, swimming and other water activities.
Diggers Beach is renowned for its waves by the local surfers. It is a popular spot with both locals and visitors. Diggers Beach Reserve offers a playground, electric barbeques, picnic shelters, two viewing platforms and beach showers.
Park Beach is Coffs Harbour’s main surf beach, and is the home of the Coffs Harbour Surf Life Saving Club.
Park Beach patrolled 7 days per week all year round, is a popular area for all water sports, and within close proximity to cafes, restaurants and the local shopping facilities.
Adjacent to the Park Beach car park is Park Beach Reserve, which is on the banks of Coffs Creek.
The reserve is a popular family area for both visitors and locals. Park Beach Reserve boasts many facilities such as BBQ’s, picnic tables, children’s play areas, shady trees and toilet facilities.
Lying along the village of Sawtell, the headlands are popular for watching the migrating whales and taking in the incredible coastline views.
At the southern end of Sawtell Beach, you will find Sailors Bay, an area sheltered by a small island, which you can walk to at low tide. Here you will find a boat-launching ramp, and tidal rock pools.
Boambee Reserve is on the left before entering Sawtell and is a safe estuary for families, canoeing and stand up paddle boarding.
Mylestom is located at the base of a peninsula that divides both North Beach and the Bellinger River, offering the perfect escape for a day out.
Enjoy 4WDing along the secluded sands or swim in the beautiful patrolled beach during the school holiday periods from September through to April.
The Bellinger River is perfect for fishing, kayaking, waterskiing and sailing.
Hungry Head Beach is renowned for the magnificent coastal panorama from the viewing platform.
During school holidays (September to April), the beach is patrolled and provides ideal conditions for swimming, surfing, fishing and 4wding close by.
Located just north of Coffs Harbour, there are a few access points to the beach. You can access the beach via Crystal Waters drive, or a little further along the highway turn off at Split Solitary Road, drive through the new North Sapphire Shores Estate and you will find the beach access.
Emerald beach boasts a range of facilities including, children’s playground, electric barbeques, picnics shelters, toilets, beach showers, a boat ramp and close to shops. Emerald’s “Look at Me Now” headland is home to over 50 resident kangaroos.
Woolgoolga Beach stretches from the picturesque picnic spot of Woolgoolga Lake to the headland above the town.
Immediately behind the southern end is the reserve, which boasts a playground, electric bbqs, picnic shelters, toilets and change rooms, beach shower and a boat ramp.
An ideal location for surfing, swimming and snorkeling, and there are plenty of rock pools for young children to explore.
It also boasts the Yarrawarra Aboriginal Corporation’s arts centre and bush tucker walk, along with a boardwalk accessible from the northern end of Corindi Beach, which takes you through rare, coastal rainforest.