Sandboy Beachfront Holiday Apartments

69 Ocean Parade, Coffs Harbour, 2450, Australia
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Glenreagh (yes, It was this green!)Glenreagh (yes, It was this green!)

Inside the miniature villageInside the miniature village

The Big Banana WelcomeThe Big Banana Welcome

Opal Cove Beach, Early MorningOpal Cove Beach, Early Morning

Travel Tips for Coffs Harbour

In a sub-tropical vein

by iandsmith

Whilst dining with fellow VTers unravelau and Tapis Volant one day at the classy Novotel by the beach I couldn't help but notice the proliferation of colour near the main entrance.
The burst of orange was what caught my eye and so it was out with the tripod and off with the lens cap.
I hope you enjoy the result - It's a Spathodea Campanulata or, in layman's terms, African Tulip Tree or Flame of The Forest.


by balhannah

If you do not wish to do the whole journey to Armidale, you can easily go to Ebor, and stay the night, there is a Motel there. The town is only small, about 100 people!
The Ebor Falls are close by. This is where the Guy Fawkes River plunges over the dark basalt rock which was created by the now extinct Ebor Volcano more than 18 million years ago.

We viewed them from both viewing platforms. It's only a short easy walk that connects the platforms, or you can drive between them. T
The falls are double tiered and, although they aren’t particularly high, after rain in the catchment area, they are impressive. Not much water going over on our last visit, but still a very pretty Waterfall.

On the way to Ebor Falls is Cathedral Rock National Park where there are great 360 degree views.

Point Lookout is 1562 metres above sea level and offers views of the escarpment across the New England National Park and Bellinger Valley, with wheelchair access to the viewing platform. On clear days, you can enjoy ocean views.

The Eagle’s Nest track leads from Point Lookout past Weeping Rock to Banksia Point. Weeping Rock is a moss-covered cliff face that drips with water, which freezes to icicles in winter.

Catch Cry now-a-days......Let's Do Breakfast

by unravelau about Spotlight on Cafe Aqua at Park Beach.

Well, I had seen this one a few times when I had been going to the Park Beach Bowling Club for dinner, and thought .......... I must try that out. Well a few friends headed to another place this morning only to discover that they were closed and so we decided to try the Cafe Aqua out.

Very pleased that we did. Well, I guess this will the beginning of a long association but so far I have only sampled breakfast.

I had scrambled eggs on toast with a slice of bacon. Gen (aucangen) had scrambled eggs too while Dave and Joyce (potterist1) had an acronym LOL ......... three letters which meant lettuce and stuff on foccacia sandwich toasted..........Joyce added avocado........all quite yummy from my perspective.........none of us left anything.

Whale watching

by iandsmith

You can whale watch at the end of Mutton Bird Island but it's certainly not the best place on the coast to do that. You can also jump on the local whale watching boat (try finding a port on the N.S.W. coast now that doesn't have one) which is an option with a much greater degree of certainty than standing on the shore and certainly means you'll get a much closer view.
This particular shot was taken at Point Plomer which is south of Coffs Harbour.

Major coastal resort town.

by Jerelis


Coffs Harbour is a major coastal resort town, also noted for its banana plantations and its fishing. It is beautifully located where the mountains tumble down to the sea, 558 km north-east of Sydney and 3 metres above sea-level.

"Mid North Coast"

Coffs Harbour is part of the Mid North Coast of New South Wales is one of Australia's best getaway locations. It provides hundreds of kilometres of sandy beaches, picturesque lakes and waterways, beautiful mountain ranges and hinterland.


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