Living on the Coffs Coast

Coffs Harbour has average winter days of 19 degrees and summer temperatures of 27 degrees. According to the CSIRO, Coffs Harbour has the most livable climate in Australia, and it is nestled between a high mountain backdrop and dozens of "unspoiled" beaches.

Coffs Harbour is surrounded by 11 National Parks and 37 State Forests as well as the Solitary Islands Marine Park.

The main industry in Coffs Harbour is tourism with icons such as the Big Banana and the Pet Porpoise Pool which are multi-awarding winning tourist attractions.

Coffs Harbour is considered an area of high population growth and the bulk of people moving to Coffs Harbour are young families seeking a coastal lifestyle in an affordable location.

The City with a population of over 70,000 people is also attracting a growing number of students and academics who are attending Southern Cross University.

Coffs Harbour is well serviced by major retailers and medical facilities with the state of the art hospital.

Coffs Harbour is a popular weekend destination and their is a large number of accommodation facilities including major resorts.

Coffs Harbour is well serviced by major airlines from Brisbane, Sydney and Melbourne with 323,687 passenger movements last financial year.

Coffs Harbour has a variety of suburbs to choose from and there are major shopping centres which cater for residents.

Coffs Harbour is a major coastal city located on the north coast of New South Wales about 540 km (340 miles) north of Sydney, 385 km (240 miles) north of Newcastle, and 440 km (275 miles) south of Brisbane.
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