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Coffs Coast Regional Park

“Our favourite beach – that’s a hard decision, they are all beautiful.”

It’s easy to experience an endless summer at Coffs Coast Regional Park. Lose yourself in its string of pristine beaches which together offer everything from unbeatable surf and safe swimming to picnic areas and children’s playgrounds.

Explore undulating dunes, rainforest pockets, tranquil lakes, inviting parklands and charming coastal towns along the coastal walk and discover majestic headlands ideal for whale watching and taking in sweeping views of Solitary Islands Marine Park.

Take your pick of outdoor activities – either in the water or along the waterfront. Go fishing, birdwatching or bodyboarding, take your dog for a walk, or find the perfect picnic spot for a memorable family barbecue.


Why you should visit

Coffs Coast Regional Park is a special place, here are just some of the reasons why:

Whale watchers
Coffs Coast Regional Park is a fantastic place to enjoy watching these majestic creatures on their long coastal journey. Look-At-Me-Now Headland near Emerald Beach is a great vantage point, but locals agree Woolgoolga Headland is your best bet for glimpsing humpbacks. In fact, it’s also known as ‘Whale Watch Headland’. Plan a trip between June and October to see this inspiring sight.

Life’s a beach
Golden beaches are the park’s premier attraction. Here, everything revolves around the water – whether you’re swimming and surfing in it, or walking and fishing beside it. Spend your days discovering the headland walking tracks, boat ramps, parklands and playgrounds. And no matter where you go, you’re bound to find a perfect spot for a beachside picnic.

Fun for Fido
There are plenty of dog-friendly areas at Coffs Coast Regional Park – just another of its popular features. Take your dog for a walk along one of the coastal paths, plus, there are several beaches with leash-free zones, meaning your pooch can zip about and enjoy the sand and sea as much as you do. The leash-free area around Corindi and Pipeclay beaches is a local favourite – be sure to check the zoning signs and don’t forget the tennis ball.

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Getting there


Coffs Coast Regional Park is accessible in several places from the Pacific Highway. The largest sections of the park are at Diggers, Beach Arrawarra, and Woolgoolga.

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 Opening times

Coffs Coast Regional Park is always open but may have to close at times due to poor weather or fire danger.

 Close to

Coffs Coast Regional Park is close to:

  • Coffs Harbour (1km)
  • Woolgoolga (1km)
  • Urunga (30km)
  • Bellingen (35km)
  • Nambucca Heads (50km)


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Weather and climate

 Visiting through the seasons

Spring (Sept, Oct, Nov)

  • Head to one of the Park's headlands for stunning coastal views and to watch whales

Summer (Dec, Jan. Feb)

  • The beaches of the park are your playground - go swimming surfing, snorkling and more

Winter (Jun, Jul, aug)

  • A great time to walk the Solitary Islands coastal walk



  • The average temperature ranges between 17°C and  29°C

Winter ­

  • The average temperature ranges between 5°C and 20°C


  • The wettest month on average is March, the driest month on average is August.
  • The area's highest recorded rainfall is 388.2mm in one day


Coffs Harbour

Phone: 02 6652 0900
Street address: 32 Marina Drive, Coffs Harbour NSW
Opening hours: 8:30am-4:30pm, Monday-Friday

Diggers Beach, Coffs Coast Regional Park. Photo: Rob Cleary