Holiday Rentals and Lettings in Coffs Harbour
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Highlights in Coffs Harbour
- Gorgeous beaches
- Big Banana Fun Park
- Family holidays
- Stunning seascapes
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Holiday homes and baches in Coffs Harbour
This historic fruit-growing centre on the north coast of New South Wales, Coffs Harbour boasts superb sandy beaches, family attractions and an abundance of pristine nature. If you want to be on the doorstep of the town’s amenities, search for a holiday home in the area of Jetty Beach. Coming to Coffs Harbour for its famous theme park? There are homes a stone’s throw away from its fabulous attractions. The homes in the area of Hills Beach put you right next to the most beautiful beaches in the area.Holiday homes to shape memories for a lifetime
Coffs Harbour boasts a sublime range of spectacular homes that epitomise luxury coastal living. Homes are compact and cosy, with one- and two-bedroom flats and houses predominating. You can look forward to grandiose swimming pools, patios overlooking the resplendent ocean, BBQs, and outdoor furniture for splendid al fresco dining!
Holidays in Coffs Harbour
The area and getting around
Coffs Harbour is a small city on the North Coast of New South Wales, Australia, lying roughly halfway between Sydney and Brisbane, a 4-to-5-hour drive from each. The wider region is known as the banana coast, and whilst Coffs Harbour's economy was once based primarily on bananas, it has now been transformed into a tourism and fishing hub.A popular city for people of all ages
Coffs Harbour is particularly appealing for Australian urban dwellers who are looking for a break from the seemingly inevitable stresses and strains of city life, and is ideally located for discovering the plethora of delightful small coastal towns and nature reserves of New South Wales. The city is a big hit among independent travellers, be they straight out of school or enjoying their retirement, as well as families who come for its expansive beaches and adventure opportunities.
Travellers and activities
Coffs Harbour is known for its sublime coastal weather and vast hinterlands of National Parks and capacious beaches. With just a 20-minute car ride up or down the road you will find some of the finest beaches on the coast. Head to Jetty Beach to mingle with locals, Diggers Beach for the best surfing in the area, Moonee Beach for calm waves and chilled vibes, or Emerald Beach for wonderful panoramic views of surrounding shores.Coffs Harbour for theme park aficionados
The biggest and most lauded amusement park between Sydney and the Gold Coast is right here in Coffs Harbour. Big Banana Fun Park is almost comically big, and naturally it has countless attractions for all ages. Ride the awesome 82-metre Racer water slide, experience the 4D simulator, test your skills on the mazy mini-golf, observe the slippery somethings at the reptile attraction, sit back while your kids live it up at the aqua play area, the list goes on and on!
Blueberries are the staple of the local economy, and from October to February you can get a bucket of the delicious blueberries imaginable at a great price!
Top 5 travel tips in Coffs Harbour
Dolphin Marine Magic, a rescue and rehabilitation centre, is a must-see for lovers of dolphins, seals or penguins. You would be lucky to find anywhere else that lets you get up so close to these animals in such an intimate way!2. Take a trip to a sacred site
Muttonbird Island is a sacred site to the local aboriginal people. Fortunately for us, they allow visitors to explore its trails and enjoy its fantastic vantage points, which provide unforgettable views towards the Solitary Islands to the east and Coffs Coast and hilly hinterland to the west.3. Bring out your inner Dutch!
Clog Barn is a charming and free attraction that features several Dutch style buildings and an impressive miniature model Dutch village with diminutive windmills and railways. Naturally, there are also regular clog making demonstrations!4. Witness some of Australia’s most impressive seascapes
The Coffs Coast is unique in that here the mountains of the Great Dividing Range meet the Pacific Ocean, generating some of the most memorable coastal scenery in the country. Forest Sky Pier, a short drive from Coffs Harbour, is the most spectacular place to view this seascape. Set over 300 metres above the coast and projects nearly 25 metres over the edge of the lookout. If you get vertigo give this one a miss!5. Kick back at Coffs Harbour Jetty
Coffs Harbour’s is a place of authentic natural splendour, the set off point for popular fishing and whale watching cruises, and the home to a laid-back café culture and devil-may-care shopping vibe. A wonderful place to simply kick back and experience that true holiday feeling!
FAQs: Holiday Rentals & Lettings in Coffs Harbour
How much do the holiday lettings in Coffs Harbour cost on average?
Coffs Harbour is one of the cheapest cities in Australia! The price of a holiday rental is around NZ$340.52 per night.
Which months allow you to save the most on holiday homes?
If you want to get the most out of your money, the cheapest months to visit Coffs Harbour are November (NZ$272.2 per night for accommodation, on average), February (NZ$304.59), and December (NZ$307.05).
When are holiday homes more expensive in Coffs Harbour?
It can be concluded, analysing the data for the year 2020, that the cost per night for accommodation is usually higher, on average, during the months of September (NZ$413.65), August (NZ$398.78), and October (NZ$369.56).
Are there usually many holiday homes available in Coffs Harbour?
In order to not have problems finding accommodation in Coffs Harbour, we recommend you to think ahead, as 86% of rentals are usually booked, according to last year's data.
When are more holiday homes available?
The months that offer the most accommodation options, on average, are August (with an availability of 30.25 %), July (30%), and September (18.25%), according to the trends observed in 2020.
When are there fewer holiday home options available in Coffs Harbour?
According to data from 2020, the months when it is most difficult to find accommodation in Coffs Harbour are, in order, January (with 4.2% of available rentals), December (4.5%), and October (5.4%).
Are there many holiday homes in Coffs Harbour?
Holidu offers around 250 holiday homes in Coffs Harbour from 2 different partners, so you will find the perfect type of accommodation you are looking for. We've got you covered!