Torrington Holiday Apartments Coffs Harbour

15 - 17 Boultwood Street, Coffs Harbour, New South Wales, Australia
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Holiday to coffs in oct.

by brjjs5

Hi, was thinking of flying up to coffs harbour at the end of oct. and wondering ifit will be warm enough to swim. Also if anyone has some info of what to do there for teen boys?. We are thinking of staying at The darlington beach holiday park.

Coffs Harbor? Emerald Beach!

by capetien1

We visited in November, and found the beach water pleasant for swimming. Not especially warm, but tolerable on a spring afternoon.

We overnighted at Emerald Beach, about 17 km north of downtown Coffs Harbor. The place was Emerald Beach Holiday Park, which is actually a caravan park, but it also offers trailers with air conditioning. They call these cottages, but they're actually FEMA trailers, the kind used to house Hurricane Katrina victims from new orleans. Ours, which would easily hav accommodated a family of four, cost AUS$103 and was well worth the money.

(E-mail me privately for my pictures.)

Why do we like this particular location? It happens to be adjacent to Moonee Beach National Park, a nature reserve overrun with kangaroos! You can stroll in the park and see kangaroos by the dozens, feeding or sitting there minding their own business. Not only that, but the animals are free to wander into the caravan park, and they do, along with wild turkeys and other Australian birds.

And these are not zoo animals! They're wild, although the kangaroos have grown used to people and are not especially frightened of us.

The sandy beach is separated from the caravan park by a windbreak of trees. I wandered down to the water in the middle of the night to do my Southern Hemisphere stargazing under dark skies. The Southern Cross sets shortly after sunset on October evenings.

Happy travels, and let me know if I can help further!

David

capetien10@gmail.com

Travel Tips for Coffs Harbour

Visitor Information Centres

by Mikebb

In the Coffs Harbour and surrounding districts there are 3 Information Centres providing information for tourists on accommodation, local attractions, weekly and special events, national parks, theme parks, guided tours, shopping etc etc.

Coffs Harbour: Cnr Pacific Highway & McClean St. South end of CBD.
Phone: (02) 6652 1522 Toll Free: 1300 369 070

Urunga: Pacific Highway, Urunga
Phone: (02) 6655 5711

Nambucca Heads: 4 Pacific Highway, Nambucca Heads
Phone: (02) 6568 6954 Toll Free: 1800 646 587

You'll never go hungry in Coffs Harbour

by unravelau

Just park yourself at the nearest round-about and munch on the flowers? No, spinach, parsley and bread and butter plants.......LOL. They do make a lovely cover in the garden beds.

The first time that I ever noticed this was probably about 7 years ago. On that occasion parsley was the only addition. Overnight, the parsley disappeared leaving all of these weird gaps in the display. Now days the pickers must be discreet because the flower beds look fine even after the spinach disappears.

Woolgoolga "WOOPI"

by balhannah

If you want to visit another beach, then take a short 25km drive north to Woolgoolga. Woolgoolga has a lot of Indian people, so if you are after some Indian food, this is the place. A lot of the people are "Sikh's", so there is a lovely Sikh Temple here. You are allowed to have a look inside (I haven't) The other one, that used to be beautiful, has fallen into disrepair. There are lots of nice caravan parks in the area, and other types of accommodation. The beach is not over run with people.
If You are here at Easter, then you will be able to enjoy the Woolgoolga Curry fest, a celebration of the Indian life, with food, music and dance.
www.curryfest.com.au

The Big Banana, Theme Park

by Mikebb

We enjoyed our visit to the " Big Banana", it had something for everyone and entry was free. There were many interesting things to see which were free such as walking up the skywalk through the banana plantation, upon reaching the top you had a spectactular view to the coast and Pacific Ocean. For those with children there were rides available (small cost) such as the toboggan ride down the hill through and above the banana plantation. Other activities included trike rides, puzzles downunder, ice rink etc etc.
However everyone who visits the park must try one of the fabulous banana splits served in the cafe. We had one each and saw the attendant place 5 small bananas into the blender for each split, it was the best banana split we have had and we were not hungry for the remainder of the day.
There are several shops selling souvenirs and various other items.

Hire a Jet Ski and go for the harbour

by unravelau

This is such a fun thing to watch and I have done this quite a bit (watch that is). Coffs Ocean Jet Ski Hire has been operating in the area since 1988.

I originally thought that they were only for single operators but I notice on their brochure that they boast aDouble seater Sea Doo and also a Family jet ski. The family variety suits one adult and two children.....boy it looks like such fun.

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 Torrington Holiday Apartments Coffs Harbour

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Address: 15 - 17 Boultwood Street, Coffs Harbour, New South Wales, Australia