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Although only 8km south of the city, the sheer volume of activity and traffic to Sydney Airport (SYD) means you should allow ample time to get to there. Economical long term parking is available for those who choose to park. If you’re arriving in Sydney, you can access the CBD by shuttle, taxi, AirportLink train, or rent a car at the numerous car rental companies at the airport.
Coffs Harbour Airport (CFS) is a short 10 minute drive for the town centre. Both buses and taxis regularly service the airport, or you can rent a car at one of six car rental companies on site. There are also two parking regions at Coffs Harbour Airport.
The small coastal city of Coffs Harbour is nestled between the Great Dividing Range and the Pacific Ocean. A fertile region of lush farmlands and banana plantations, the temperate makes the Coffs Coast a particularly desirable holiday destination for Sydneysiders facing a cold winter.
Head out to Dorrigo National Park and snap some memorable photo opportunities by the enchanting streams and waterfalls. Wildlife watchers should keep a keen eye out for the red-necked pademelon, a small marsupial very similar to the Wallaby; and the colorful Wompoo (fruit dove). A great place to spot these is on the Dorrigo Skywalk high amongst the trees.
At the seaside community of Sawtell, you can learn to surf or just have a lazy day at Boambee Beach. Grab a bite at one of the chic cafes on the main street in town or potter through the shops shaded by the colossal fig trees.
For fresh local produce, locally made handicrafts, and even some live entertainment, head to the markets at the artistic community of Bellingen. A bit further south at Nambucca Heads, have some Devonshire Tea and take in the sights on a river cruise. Back in Coffs Harbour, enjoy mouthwatering produce, fresh seafood and local wines at one of the restaurant on the Jetty Strip.
Whether you want a relaxing holiday or non-stop entertainment, Sydney has it all. To get your heart pumping climb the Harbour Bridge, go jet boating on the harbour, or walk on air at SKYWALK at the Sydney Tower. For something more chilled, watch the street performers along Circular Quay, sip a cocktail at Opera Bar or stroll through The Domain to Mrs Macquarie’s Chair.
Explore the trendy neighborhoods of Surry Hills, Paddington, and Newtown or taste the ethnic flavours of Chinatown. Take a walking tour of The Rocks and learn the history of this port city then settle in for a long lunch under the shadow of the Harbour Bridge on Hickson Road.
Fun lovers can watch cricket at the SCG, ride a roller coaster at Luna Park, or go surfing at Bondi Beach. Art and culture fans have a choice of historic and contemporary museums, theatres and galleries throughout the city.
Wherever you’re headed for your holiday, be sure to check out tigerair for low fares year round between Sydney and Coffs Harbour.