Coffs Coast is famous for year-round sunny weather, Coffs Coast State Park is perfect for a relaxing summer holiday or warm winter retreat. The Park is surrounded by beautiful beaches, foreshores, estuaries and wetlands which are perfect for surfing, swimming, diving, fishing and boating. The surrounding area has much to offer, from world heritage rainforests to a marine national park. Apart from Park Beach, there's long stretches of Boambee and Sawtell beaches and there are many bushwalks through the area. June to October is whale-watching season, or for the really adventurous, there's sky-diving! Beach, estuary and rock fishing are popular with anglers and there's offshore fishing for the dedicated enthusiast. Download our Coffs Coast brochure (PDF 1MB)
Facilities at Coffs Coast State Park NSW include amenities block, bait/lures, bbqs electric, boat hire, boat ramp, café/Bistro, camp kitchen, disabled access, fuel, groceries, hall/function centre, ice kiosk, internet access, laundry, LP gas, picnic area, playground, public telephone, shelter sheds, take-away food.
Activities at Coffs Coast State Park NSW include the famous pet porpoise pool at Coffs Harbour, or visit the Solitary Islands Marine Park. The city of Coffs Harbour offers great facilities including a large selection of service clubs, restaurants, cinemas and a botanical garden. Other activities include: bird watching, tennis, walking/hiking trail, water skiing, white-water rafting, snorkelling, swimming, mountain biking, horse riding, mountain biking, golf, fishing, cricket, canoeing.
There are four Holiday Parks located on Crown Land around the Coffs Coast Area. These parks are corporately managed by Coffs Harbour City Council under the brand "Coffs Coast Holiday Parks"
For information on accommodation options, bookings and taffifs, visit their website
Flora and fauna
Visit Bongil Bongil National Park, Bruxner Park Flora Reserve and Muttonbird Island Nature reserve. The Island is a great place to watch the whales and dolphins.
Address: Coffs Coast is situated halfway between Sydney and Brisbane. Coffs Coast State Park NSW stretches from the Bonville Headland in Sawtell through to Park Beach in Coffs Harbour. Nearest regional centre is Coffs Harbour.
Coffs Coast State Park NSW is located 10 minutes south of Coffs Harbour on the North Coast of NSW, the Sawtell Park is just off the Pacific Highway and can be reached via Lyons Road or Sawtell Road. Buses to Coffs Harbour city centre and Toormina Shopping Centre stop right outside the park. Visit the park reception for bus timetable information. Coffs Coast State Park map download (PDF 210KB)