Stretching from Scotts Head in the south to Red Rock in the north and inland beyond the coastal slopes
of the Great Dividing Range to the New England National Park, Coffs Coast is a region of green,
pristine rainforests; relaxed, friendly towns; a rich history and heritage; a superb string of
golden beaches washed by surf; and a spectacular underwater landscape beneath blue Pacific Ocean waters.
The main regional centre is the vibrant city of Coffs Harbour.
Coffs Coast has a wide variety of wildlife – from dolphins and seals to kangaroos and koalas. The whale watching season is from June to the end of November. Watch dolphins between September and April. Observe from headlands and highpoints – Muttonbird Island, Boambee Head, Hungry Head and Nambucca Lookout. Whale and dolphin watching cruises are also available.
Within the state forests, national parks and bushland there are over 250 species of birds.
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