Coachmens Inn Coffs Harbour

93 Park Beach Road, Coffs Harbour, New South Wales, 2450, Australia
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Seagulls when we were enjoying our IcecreamSeagulls when we were enjoying our Icecream

Porpoise poolPorpoise pool

Pink and grey sunrise in Coffs HarbourPink and grey sunrise in Coffs Harbour

View from Surf Club Cafe WindowView from Surf Club Cafe Window

Forum Posts

coffs harbour mall

by luely

hi there,
does anyone know the name of the big store (indian stuff, souvenirs...) at the coffs harbour mall??? they have clothes and furnitures as well.
thanks for any help!

Re: coffs harbour mall

by unravelau

There are a number of variety stores in the Mall. Do you mean Pushkar?

The Mall is only one block long and an individual shop is not hard to find. If it is that you are wanting to phone or write to a shopkeeper there, I will go and take down the names of all of those stores that you might mean.

Carole.

Travel Tips for Coffs Harbour

A Dove in the harbour

by tiabunna

The ancient ship in this photo is the working replica of a Dutch East Indies ship called the Duyfken (Dutch for Dove). It was built at the Maritime Museum in Fremantle, Western Australia. To our surprise and delight, the Duyfken had reached Coffs Harbour just prior to us – and was to be open to the public. Limited time prevented us staying for the public inspection, but an early start avoided the crowds and gave us good photos from the wharfside.

In early 1606, under the command of Willem Jansz, the original Duyfken became the first recorded European ship to find Australia when it sailed down the western coast of Cape York, the long peninsula at the north east of the continent. Jansz was actually surveying the coast of ‘Nova Guinea’, but was driven from that coast by the monsoon and, when he again reached shore – it was Australia. His maps lay undiscovered in the archives for many years, and Jansz himself died without realising he had found the sixth continent! Seeing the Duyfken was an unexpected and very welcome bonus to our visit to Coffs Harbour. Unfortunately, it's unlikely to be there should you visit, as it is based in Fremantle and travels extensively for public viewing.

Then there's the "Lets av a barby at home"

by unravelau

Most Coffs Harbour families bar-b-q at home frequently during the summer months. Its a way to get outside without taking out the car, and having a meal with the family that the husband usually cooks. The fresh air really stimulates the appetite and these can become quite a favourite time with the kids.

South West Rocks

by iandsmith

This is a bit tricky. I was going to start a South West Rocks page but, sadly, it's another one that VT has missed out on. Still, when you've got a million towns to work with, there has to be a few mistakes.
South West Rocks is a comfortable day trip from Coffs however and a worthwhile one at that.
There's surprisingly a bit of history attached to it with an old gaol, an interesting shipwreck (actually a Sydney Harbour ferry wreck) and Australia's highest lighthouse, Smoky Cape. The lighthouse has a bonus inasmuch as when lighthouse keepers became redundant the houses were converted and you can now stay there.
The area is great for fishing and good for surfing. The large bay has gentle waves so it's really good for children.
There's a nice infrastructure of shopping, hotels and clubs and lots of choice when it comes to accommodation.

Why not visit the harbour?

by tiabunna

Strangely enough, Coffs Harbour is not actually at the harbour - the township is maybe a km inland.

Over the years, the harbour has been built up with rock walls and now hosts a large fishing fleet, as well as private yachts. It is well worth the time to visit and stroll around looking at the boats, the seabirds, the general activity, the views back over the township and the beaches. When you've had enough, there are restaurants nearby where you can relax over a coffee.

First photo: fishing boats in Coffs Harbour
Second photo: looking back over the harbour to the town, with apartments visible on the hill.

SEALED WITH A KISS

by BerniShand

OK, so the Pet Porpoise Pool is very tacky, but its still a fun place to visit
it has two shows daily at 10.30 and 2.15, not only do you get to watch, but you can join in and walk the plank holding out a fish for the dolphin to leap and take from your hand, and after watching the tricks of the sea lion and seals you are rewarded with a very whiskery and fishy kiss from one of the seals. after the show you can go and pet the dolphins

also here are penguins, emus, pelicans, talking cockatoos wombat and a kangaroo
there is a large aquaruim with underwater viewing windows, in which are several inquisitive turtles

admission is A$18 and there are shows every day

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Address: 93 Park Beach Road, Coffs Harbour, New South Wales, 2450, Australia