Coffs Harbour is located on a beautiful section of coastline between Grafton and Nambucca Heads in NSW.
The warm pleasant climate, glorious stretches of sandy beaches and the backdrop of the forested mountains which descend down to the coast make Coffs Harbour an appealing destination for holidaymakers, day-trippers and retirees.
The city’s harbour is the base for regional fishing fleets, while banana plantations dot the inland foothills.
A vibrant shopping district awaits visitors, situated adjacent to the Pacific Highway and along Harbour Drive, while at the northern gateway to Coffs Harbour is Park Beach Plaza.
For more information, visit www.coffscoast.com.au
Grafton, located in the Northern Rivers region of NSW, is a destination that is nestled between Sydney and Brisbane.
Grafton is blessed with a lovely climate, stunning natural landscapes including spectacular rainforest reserves and expansive public parks, and vibrant flora and fauna, with the mighty Clarence River running through the town.
The historic city is known for its old-fashioned festivals, quaint little fishing spots, amazing outdoor adventure opportunities, laid-back regional lifestyle and welcoming country hospitality. A beautiful hidden gem tucked away in northern NSW, Grafton is a must visit for a relaxed day trip or a restful extended stay away.
For more information, visit www.myclarencevalley.com/grafton
Nestled on the banks of the Macleay River, Kempsey is the major service town of the Macleay Valley Coast in NSW. Kempsey is a blend of old-world charm and a thriving regional river town, and famous as the birthplace of country music legend Slim Dusty and Akubra Hats, Australia’s iconic hat brand.
Wander along the banks of the mighty Macleay River which runs through the heart of the townships or dine at one of the many quality local restaurants or cafés. Spend an afternoon seeking out your favourite vintage treasure in one of the antique and old wares stores. Make sure not to miss West Kempsey with independent retail outlets including clothing boutiques, homewares as well as many tasty cafés and eateries.
Discover our native plants in the Wigay Aboriginal Cultural Park. The natural parkland setting provides the backdrop to experience local Aboriginal culture and learn about traditional foods. You can take an interactive guided tour to learn all about the trees, shrubs and plants the Aboriginal People used for food and medicine.
For more information, visit www.macleayvalleycoast.com.au/locations/kempsey/