Coffs Coast Showgrounds

From World Heritage-listed Dorrigo National Park on the mountain escarpments, to Coffs Harbour's stunning beaches through to the magic sea life within the Solitary Islands Marine Park, Coffs Coast is a wonderland of surprises.
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Nature reserves, National Parks and the Solitary Islands Marine Park make this part of the world a nature lovers destination. Surfing, scuba diving, bushwalking and birdwatching are activities that draw holidaymakers to this region. Golden beaches and subtropical rainforests provide variety from which you never tire.

Woolgoolga's architectural landmark is Guru Nanak Sikh Temple, a huge and imposing white structure, that's the town's main attraction. It was built by the town's Sikh residents whose ancestors travelled to the North Coast around the time of Australian Federation. Today, you can visit the temple, enjoy authentic Punjabi cooking in local restaurants and enjoy cultural performances plus great food at Woolgoolga Curryfest, held each Easter.

Coffs Harbour is a compact beachside city in the heart of NSW banana country. A popular tourist destination and the hub of the mid north coast.

At the southern end of Coffs Coast, the gateway to the Waterfall Way is just north of Urunga. This road runs all the way to Armidale in the New England Ranges. As it reaches the top of the escarpment it passes through the mountaintop town of Dorrigo, home of the World Heritage Dorrigo Rainforest. Here you can walk out among the treetops on the Rainforest Skywalk.
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