Coffs Coast is a 90 kilometer chain of fantastic beaches along the Pacific Ocean. You may select from majestic, white sand beaches backed up against the national park forest. These majestic beaches offer all of the comforts that you desire. Listed below are some of the finest beaches in Coffs Harbour.
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Park Beach is the place to go for fishing, water sports and surfing. For those swimming in the ocean, be sure to be aware of the powerful rip currents, especially at the mouth of the creek. Park Beach is a close distance to many hiking trails that wind along the coastline. Resort accommodations, bars, restaurants and nearby shopping facilities are available for travelers and locals alike. The reserve is a favorite family location for both residents and tourists.
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Sawtell Beach is well-known for its amazing shoreline views. Tourists will have the opportunity to observe whales and other sea life. On the southern side of Sawtell Beach you’ll find sailor’s bay, an area protected by a little island that can be visited at low tide. Here you’ll enjoy swimming and visiting a multitude of tidal pools. Sawtell features plenty of cafes, clothing stores and many different restaurants. BBQ facilities, showers, bathrooms, picnic areas and children's playgrounds are all within a close distance to the beach.
Emerald Beach features a variety of amenities including, electric barbeques, picnic shelters, a playground and a boat ramp. It's close distance to a variety of shops and restaurants makes Emerald Beach a local's favorite. The bay of Woolgoolga, another beautiful beach, extends from the scenic picnic area of Woolgoolga Lake to a viewpoint over the city. A simple walk away is Woolgoolga's stores, bars and restaurants.
Corindi Beach is excellent for swimming, snorkeling and surfing. Long known for excellent surfing waves, you’ll be amazed to watch the many athletes that sit atop their boards waiting for the perfect ride. You can also find loads of rock pools for young scientists to examine. Additionally, it features the Yarrawarra Aboriginal arts center and Bush-Tucker walking trail. Should you get bored of the surf, sand and sun, a boardwalk reachable from the upper side of Corindi Beach leads to a hike through the coastal rainforest
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Now that you have some ideas for the best beaches to visit on Coff’s Coast, be sure to hail a car hire and direct your driver where to go. This coastal area offers multitudes of surf, sand and sun, along with some great restaurants and accommodations.