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Melbourne’s Tullamarine Airport (MEL) is 23km northwest of the city centre, and takes around 30 minutes to reach by car. Long and short term parking is available at the airport. If you don’t wish to drive, the Skybus runs to the airport from the city centre, departing every 10 minutes.
Coffs Harbour Airport (CFS) is only a ten minute drive from the Coffs’ town centre. Bus services arrive at the airport regularly, and taxis are available to take passengers to and from hotels. Those who drive in can park in one of the Airport’s two dedicated parking areas.
Perched between mountain ranges and limitless ocean, Coffs Harbour is an ideal destination for travelers to immerse themselves in the natural world. From Melbourne, it’s only a short flight to sandy beaches, subtropical trekking and of course the famous Big Banana.
Coffs Harbour has over 90km of coastline, and a new aquatic activity seems to be packed into every inch. Head to Park Beach for world class surf, or take a kayaking tour along the estuary into Bongil Bongil national park. Thrill seekers can drive up to Nymbodia River in the Coffs’ hinterland, and plunge through rapids, gorges and rainforest fringe on a white-water raft.
Marine adventures continue further from shore. Cruise past Sawtell Headland to catch a sight of a humpback whale launching out of the water or slapping its tail. Or head to the Solitary Islands Marine Park for an up close encounter some of the park’s 550 species of reef fish. Snorkel or scuba in the area’s warm waters to see sea-turtles, hawksbills, and even dolphins.
Coffs Harbour is no less spectacular on land, with over 50 official walking tracks and trials that snake across the region. Avid trekkers can hike the four day Solitary Island Coastal Walk from Satwell to Red Rock in the north. Not only does this trail boast coastal scenery, sandy beaches and native wildlife, it is also a culinary adventure, with plenty of chances to pick up the area’s fresh produce.
Culture, cricket, and culinary delights combine in the fast paced city of Melbourne. From architecture and art to underground bars, there is more to do in this thriving metropolis than travelers will ever have time for. Melbourne is a destination urban adventurers can visit again and again – and the best part is, it’s sure to be different every time.
From the moment you step into Melbourne’s Southbank it’s already hard to know what to do first. The city’s cultural precinct, Southbank features multiple theatre venues, the Australian Centre for Contemporary Art, and Michelin star restaurants. At its heart is the Arts Centre, a premier venue that stages more than 4400 events and performances every year. From Ballet, to Symphony to Broadway Musicals, there is something to see almost every night.
The city is also a home to almost every Museum imaginable. Lovers of history can visit the immigration museum, police museum, and experience convict life at old Melbourne gaol. Families and science fanatics can head to the interactive Scienceworks, while lovers of sport should visit the National Sports Museum. Sports fans can also check out the Melbourne Cricket Ground, or catch a game of AFL at Etihad Stadium.
But all this is secondary to Melbourne’s premier attraction, its food. Melbourne’s CBD has over 2000 cafes, restaurants and bars packed into 6.2 square kilometers. Take a stroll down Centre Place, for bustling hole in the wall cafes topped with buskers and street art. For those more interested in fine dining, hatted restaurants dot the heart of Melbourne’s CBD. City centre bars open up into roof tops, so you can enjoy a drink under the stars.
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