The Coffs Coast isn’t just stunningly scenic, it also spills with things to see, do and taste. Made up of charming seaside towns, hinterland-flanked villages, and prosperous farmlands, the Coffs...
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While the area enjoys a reputation as a preeminent food region, it’s also well-reputed as an adventure seeker’s wonderland.
Made up of charming seaside towns, hinterland-flanked villages, and prosperous farmlands, the Coffs Coast is one of Australia’s favourite playgrounds.
Bordered by the mountains of Great Dividing Range and the cobalt waters of the Pacific Ocean, the Mid-North Coast is a fertile food bowl, and consequently a foodie’s paradise.
Home to a prominent growing community, the region fosters a vibrant and expanding food culture, which is passionately promoted and highlighted by local business people.
Fresh local produce like Bellinger River oysters, Orara Valley vine-ripened tomatoes, Dorrigo potatoes, Coffs Harbour bananas, beef and dairy from the Tableland pastures, and local wines rank among the best in the country, and can be enjoyed at an abundance of Coffs Coast restaurants, cafés, bistros, markets and speciality stores.
“The community is so passionate about the local native produce that the region hosts a number of food festivals to pay respect to the growing splendours, including Toast Urunga (October), Woolgoolga CurryFest (September) and Sawtell Chilli Festival (July), annually. Or, try the local growers markets held weekly and monthly where you can meet the local farmers and providores.
While the area enjoys a reputation as a preeminent food region, it’s also well-reputed as an adventure seeker’s wonderland. Water sports and activities are particularly popular on the Coffs Coast, specifically surfing, rafting and encounters with sensational marine life.
Feel the thrust of the ocean with a surfing lesson in the warm waters of Coffs Harbour. Experience the heart-pumping thrills and spills of a white rafting adventure, navigating the rapids of the scenic Goolang. Or dive with friendly turtles, grey nurse sharks and masses of schooling fish at one of Australia’s top ten dives locations, Fish Rock.