The hilly island dominating this view is Muttonbird Island, home to thousands of wedge-tailed shearwaters. Its walking track offers exceptional views back to Coffs Harbour. This sheltered beach, with its famous jetty, is protected by a breakwater for calm swimming conditions. It’s also a quick walk to nearby restaurants.
The friendly beachside city of Coffs Harbour is Coffs Coast’s vibrant heart. Surrounded by National Parks and facing the Solitary Islands Marine Park, the natural environment and uncrowded beaches are complemented by exciting activities and attractions, excellent shopping, fantastic accommodation and award-winning cafes and restaurants.
Take a stroll along the Jetty foreshores, the historic Jetty itself, the Marina and Northern breakwall and admire the scenic harbour views. Coffs Harbour sits in a unique position where the Great Dividing Range meets the Australian east coast. The subtropical city lies between the forested hills and sparkling blue waters. Coffs Harbour is a modern city with a small-town atmosphere and the hub from which to explore Coffs Coast’s enormous selection of things to see and do.