Explore flight and accommodation packages to Coffs Harbour
What can you do in Coffs Harbour over the weekend?
Forest Sky Pier
Take in one of the region’s best views at Forest Sky Pier while holidaying on Coffs Harbour packages. The pier is located at Sealy Lookout within Orara East State Forest. Walk out onto the pier to take in breathtaking views over the city, rainforests, and Coffs Coast. Then take some time to enjoy the rest of the state forest. Visitors holidaying on Coffs Harbour accommodation and flight packages can follow walking trails through the rainforest and learn about local Aboriginal history on the Gumgali Track.
Muttonbird Island is located just offshore from Coffs Harbour, and it’s connected to the mainland by a short jetty. A 500-metre-long path crosses the length of Muttonbird Island, offering up gorgeous views of the ocean and marina along the way. The small island is an excellent place to learn about local Aboriginal culture when you book Coffs Harbour holiday packages. An outdoor learning space shares a series of Dreamtime stories. Travel on Coffs Harbour accommodation and flight packages between May and November, and you may even be able to spot some whales offshore.
Big Banana Fun Park
The famous Big Banana is a must-see landmark while holidaying on Coffs Harbour packages. Snap a photo with the Big Banana out front, then head into the park to enjoy a range of activities and attractions. Spend time at a small water park, ride a 4D simulator, play mini golf, visit Reptile World, and more. There’s so much to do at the Big Banana Fun Park that you could easily set aside a full day to spend there when you book Coffs Harbour holiday packages.
What are the best restaurants and cafes in Coffs Harbour?
Latitude 30 is located next to the marina and boasts some of the best restaurant views you’ll come across while holidaying on Coffs Harbour packages. The restaurant serves modern Australian cuisine with a touch of Spanish influence through its tapas menu. Seafood is the main highlight at Latitude 30. Start off your meal with fresh oysters, then choose from hearty meals like seafood Thai yellow curry, spanner crab spaghetti, and garlic and herb king prawns. There’s indoor seating available, but sit on the outdoor deck to take full advantage of the view.
Urban Espresso Lounge
Urban Espresso Lounge is one of the top cafes to have on your radar after booking Coffs Harbour holiday packages. The cafe has an all-day breakfast menu with favourites like a brekkie burger, acai bowls, and hotcake stacks with different toppings. The lunch menu includes several sandwiches and salads, and the cafe even has an entire separate vegan menu. Accompany your meal with one of Urban’s coffee or tea drinks, freshly-squeezed juice, or a smoothie.
Start your day off right with a coffee and breakfast from Twenty46. The cafe is owned by a mother/daughter duo and serves a nice selection of breakfast and lunch meals, hot and cold drinks, and freshly baked treats. Visitors holidaying on Coffs Harbour packages can head to Twenty46 to tuck into popular menu items like eggs benedict, salmon focaccia, a brunch burger, and chilli king prawns.
What is the cost of visiting Coffs Harbour?
Plan to budget around $150 AUD per night for a mid-range hotel and accommodation in Coffs Harbour. That’s the average rate, but you’ll benefit from even better deals by bundling your hotel and flights with Webjet’s Coffs Harbour holiday packages. Having access to a car is the best way to get around. You can hire a car through Webjet while booking your Coffs Harbour accommodation and flight packages. Cars are available to pick up from the airport and start from around $35 AUD per day. You might also consider making the drive to Coffs Harbour from Sydney.
There are several free activities to enjoy while staying at a hotel and accommodation in Coffs Harbour. Spend time on the beach, walk the Forest Sky Pier, and visit Muttonbird Island without having to spend a dollar.
Big Banana Fun Park is another must-visit attraction, particularly for those travelling on Coffs Harbour packages with kids. There are several passes to choose from, depending on how many activities you want to try. A three-activity pass costs $27.90 AUD for adults and $23.40 AUD for kids, and a pass for four to seven attractions is $35.20 AUD for adults and $28.40 AUD for kids. You can also purchase tickets for individual activities, which vary in price.
The National Cartoon Gallery is another favourite among families staying at a hotel and accommodation in Coffs Harbour. Entrance costs $10 AUD for adults and $6 AUD for kids.
Consider embarking on a whale watching tour if you book Coffs Harbour holiday packages between June and October. Ticket prices typically cost around $75 to $85 AUD.