Coffs Harbour Australia
Coofs Harbour is a major coastal resort town which is also famous for its bananas and fishing. It's located on Australia's holiday coast, where the mountains meet the sea.
Legend has it that the first Europeans to the area were escaped convicts taking refuge on Muttonbird Island.
The town of Coffs Harbour has a population of over 20,000.
Coffs Harbour is located on the Pacific Highway, 570kms north of Sydney and about 350kms south of Brisbane. The town has a bus depot, train station and airport.
With average summer temperatures of 26C, and average winter temperatures of 18C, Coffs Harbour offers both locals and visitors a pleasant climate to enjoy all the region has to offer.
There are 3 main beaches close to the CBD of Coffs Harbour - Park Beach, Jetty Beach & Boambee Beach. Park Beach
is a large open beach providing good conditions for surfers, although few protected areas for swimmers. Jetty Beach
is located near the Marina and is protected from the ocean swells by the Marina's breakwall providing calm swimming conditions. Boambee Beach
is located to the south of Jetty Beach, on the other side of Cabarita Point. Boambee Beach is an open beach with variable conditions.
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