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Campervan hire in Coffs HarbourNestled between numerous national parks and the Muttonbird Island Nature Reserve, Coffs Harbour is perhaps best known for its Big Banana – an amusement park that shows tribute to the area’s historic role in banana production. Tourism has recently overtaken the banana business as a major source of income in Coffs Harbour, as the city has become a major draw for recreation and marine biodiversity enthusiasts. Take haven in Coffs Harbour, along with whales and turtles, before you embark on adventures in the nearby World Heritage rain forest. Hire a campervan in order to discover this incredible subtropical region as thoroughly as possible.
Coffs Harbour Campervan Rental
And then what? Campervan hire in Coffs Harbour
Adventurers headed out of town to explore the area’s many national parks and reserves will find the North Coast Holiday Park to be a convenient and inexpensive overnight option, located conveniently just off the Pacific Highway. For travellers headed into Coffs Harbour to discover its plenteous offerings, parking is a breeze, with numerous on-street and parking lot spots. Most of them are free and many of them allow all-day parking. Before you leave your vehicle for long periods, however, double-check that a possible one-to-three hour parking limit doesn’t apply to your space! The most important highway of the area is the Pacific Highway (A1), which links Sydney to Brisbane along Australia’s western coastline. Travellers headed inland to the area’s incredible Hinterlands will drive south for about 40 km to the Pacific Highway’s junction with Waterfall Way (B78). Don’t just navigate the Coffs Harbour coastline by campervan, however. Take advantage of the area’s plentiful parking spots, and explore the numerous walking trails, such as the Macauleys Headland walk, which links Parks Beach (centrally located in Coffs Harbour and home to the Park Beach Holiday Park described in full below) to Diggers Beach. Approximately 4 km in length, this walk promises spectacular views of the ocean and comfortable outlooks to observe wildlife and surfers alike. For a more accessible walk that also promises beautiful views and wildlife sightings, continue past the Coffs Harbour Marina to Muttonbird Island. Here the paths are paved and the cliffs rugged; this is a great spot to watch the sunrise! Find out more about nature walks in the Coffs Harbour area here. For travellers heading out from the heart of Coffs Harbour to the nearby adventure and nature parks, the IGA at Jetty Village is a good option for pre-trip grocery needs. There are also numerous grocery stores, such as a Coles and a Woolworths, lining Harbour Drive as you head toward the Pacific Highway (note, however, that you’ll have to head south on Gordon Drive to actually enter the A1 from this shopping mile). For those who have the time to plan ahead, consider getting your groceries from Coffs Harbour’s numerous weekly markets, such as the Growers’ Market in City Square every Thursday from 8 am to 3:30 pm.
Top holiday parks in Coffs HarbourAwarded best holiday park in New South Wales by the CCIA in 2016, the Park Beach Holiday Park is a large park that is ideal for adventurers and families alike. Centrally located – and directly on the beach – this holiday park is within walking distance of a number of Coffs Harbour’s most popular seaside attractions, including Dolphin Marine Magic, the Mutton Island Nature Reserve, and Jetty Beach. Travellers headed from Coffs Harbour to the Moonee Beach Nature Reserve will find Sapphire Beach Holiday Park to be a good option for their home away from home. Located just 6 km north of the Big Banana, this holiday park offers quick access to nature reserves, the beach, and the more populated areas of Coffs Harbour alike. Nature lovers will want to head 11 km south of Coffs Harbour to the Sawtell Beach Holiday Park, which offers ample space for campers and is surrounded by bushland that provides a home to myriads of New South Wales’s diverse and rare sea birds. You’ll certainly stay busy if you choose this home away from home, with the ocean just footsteps away and Bongil Bongil National Park next door. Travellers looking for daily quick getaways will want to consider the Banana Coast Caravan Park, conveniently located on the Pacific Highway less than 5 km north of Coffs Harbour. The beach – though not right outside your campsite – is not far away, and this park is particularly pet friendly.
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