Visit Pacific Coast - Accommodation Tours Attractions NSW Pacific Coast

VISIT PACIFIC COAST NEW SOUTH WALES

The Pacific Coast of New South Wales has & does it all. Perhaps what’s best, is that unlike a lot of tourist destinations where you experience the place from inside a bus driving past, or behind a fence barrier after cueing for an hour, on the coast, there’s ‘coast time’ & you’ve got to get out of your EV, moor your boat, or park your skateboard and feel the wind on your face and create your adventure. Even though you may have visited before, if you swap your lenses, stop and look a bit deeper, she just might wow you yet. Discover your next New South Wales holiday on the Pacific Coast of New South Wales. Accommodation, tours, attractions, restaurants, Coastal walks and bushwalking, holiday packages, arts and culture, surfing and SUP boarding, action and adventure, caravan and camping, marine parks, 4WD tours, sand dune adventures, mountain biking and cycling, breweries and farm gate tours, heritage listed rainforest, wineries and distillers, family friendly activities, pet friendly accommodation and remarkable memories – it’s all right here on the NSW Pacific Coast.

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Experience Australia’s largest regional film festival. Enjoy the magnificent Coffs Coast and embed yourself in a world of culture and art in featuring films
  • SWIFF Film Festival Pass
  • The Observatory Holiday Apartments

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Move over Cannes, Melbourne and Sundance, there’s a new player and she’s totally a goer. Now in it’s 6th year the Screenwave International Film Festival, set in the coastal city of Coffs Harbour has awakened the Balrog and ignited the flame for culture and arts in regional NSW.
It takes a confident man to don a pair of budgies and step footloose into a public arena. There’s a lot to consider before you shelve the boardies and opt for a little less swimming trunk this Summer and it’s only human to feel both trepidation and possibly a little lacking.
Captain James Cook sighted and named Smoky Cape on Sunday 13 May, 1770 but it was not until 1891 that the Smoky Cape lighthouse began to shine. This working lighthouse is now a beacon

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