The Coffs Coast is known for a lot of things – gorgeous scenery, a boundless spiral of white sandy beaches interspersed with coastal touring routes and some of the prettiest spots to throw down a swag for miles in any direction.
New South Wales
The Darling River Run is a long, dusty and startlingly beautiful 950km outback touring route that unfurls between Walgett and Wentworth.
Just 180km out of Sydney, the Capertee Valley is an ideal spot for a weekend of relaxation in the bush, with no shortage of opportunities for offroad exploration.
Nestled between Coffs Harbour and Yamba on the NSW north coast, Yuraygir National Park protects a vibrant, pristine parcel of coastal bushland that’s irresistible to those in the know.
Diamond Head is a dreamy mid-north coastal camping retreat, located within Crowdy Head National Park, approximately 350 clicks north of Sydney.
Tomaree Headland marks the southern shoreline of Port Stephens and is located just to the northeast of Anna Bay. The glorious stretch of coastline is protected by a national park and is located just over 200 clicks north of Sydney.