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What is the best way to get around Coffs Harbour?

Walking paths

You don’t have to worry too much about organising transportation for your flights to Coffs Harbour. It’s easy to explore the city centre on foot thanks to the various walking paths and trails. One of the most popular tracks runs along Coffs Creek, which will take you between the CBD and the jetty area.


Along with walking paths, there are plenty of cycling paths zig-zagging across Coffs Harbour. Hire a bike to sightsee around the city on two wheels, or pedal further out and cycle through national parks, forests and along the coast.


When it comes to figuring out transportation after your flights to Coffs Harbour land, the local bus services are your best bet. Ryans and Busways Sawtell Coaches run regular routes around the city. You can also use the buses to travel further afield to Nambucca Bellingen and surrounding areas.

Car rental

If you want to get the most out of your holiday to Coffs Harbour, think about hiring a car. A rental car can be added to your booking along with your return flights to Coffs Harbour. Organising your wheels in advance will mean you cut down on time upon arrival at Coffs Harbour Airport (CFS), and having a car at your disposal gives you the freedom to explore the city as well as head out on day trips.


Coffs Harbour has a 24-hour taxi service and it's a convenient way to get around the city.

Transport from Coffs Harbour Airport (CFS)

The quickest way to get from Coffs Harbour Airport (CFS) to your hotel is with a taxi. There tend to be drivers available to meet all flights to Coffs Harbour, or you can opt to use ride-sharing services to get into the city. Another option is to book a shared shuttle bus transfer upon arriving on your return flights to Coffs Harbour. This can be an affordable option for budget travellers who have snapped up cheap tickets to Coffs Harbour and don't mind sharing a ride with other travellers. You can book your transfer through companies like SuperShuttle, Stream Shuttle and Con-X-Ion.

What are the best cafes in Coffs Harbour?

Palate & Ply Espresso Bar & Cafe

Palate & Ply Espresso Bar & Cafe is one of the best coffee shops in Coffs Harbour, and is so dedicated to caffeine that its interior is kitted out with the latest coffee gadgets. While you’re in town on flights to Coffs Harbour, make plans to snag a table at the cafe and tuck into some of the dishes from the broad menu. There are options for sweet and savoury bites, from sweet potato fritters with dukkah and poached egg, field mushrooms with feta and a damper roll, to Middle Eastern-influenced porridge, acai bowl with crunchy granola, and toasted macadamia fruit loaf.

Supply Speciality Coffee and Bar

If you're on the hunt for an excellent coffee, Supply Speciality Coffee and Bar should be on your list. This micro-roastery and espresso bar is conveniently located in the Jetty Precinct, and is a go-to for those wanting a quick coffee immediately upon landing on flights to Coffs Harbour or for travellers wanting a more leisurely breakfast or lunch. The menu is designed around wholefoods and all ingredients are sourced locally. Plus there is a good variety of vegetarian and vegan dishes. Start your day with bruschetta topped with herbed tomatoes or braised mushrooms, dig a spoon into buckwheat porridge or a harvest bowl, or take a bite out an egg-and-bacon-filled breakfast roll.

Dark Arts Brew and Bar

Dark Arts Brew and Bar wears several hats. It is a small boutique roastery, as well as a popular local haunt for live music, craft beers and more. The roastery prioritises ethical traders and sourcing practices that benefit both the farmers and the environment. The house blend is dubbed ‘Black Magic’, and coffee-connoisseurs can even buy bags of beans to take back home. When it comes to the all-day menu, hungry visitors can choose between thick-cut fruit toast, free-range egg omelettes, waffles with salted caramel sauce, and zucchini and corn fritters with barbecue pulled jackfruit.

What are the top?

Big Banana Fun Park

One of the best attractions for families with airfare to Coffs Harbour is the Big Banana Fun Park. You can get your photo taken with the famed banana sculpture, go ice skating, visit the water park, play mini-golf or get the whole family involved in a game of laser tag. There's an on-site cafe and ice creamery that serves up options for breakfast and lunch - think pancakes (with banana, of course!), burgers, toasties, salads and decadent desserts.

Coffs Harbour Butterfly House

Coffs Harbour Butterfly House is a wonderful activity for families buying flights to Coffs Harbour. The subtropical rainforest houses plenty of bugs and an outdoor maze with puzzles the kids will love solving.

North Coast Regional Botanic Gardens

For free things to do with kids in Coffs Harbour, go to the 20 hectares North Coast Regional Botanic Gardens. There are many different gardens and walking trails to explore. Pack a picnic and you can easily spend half a day here.

Forest Sky Pier

If the weather for your flights to Coffs Harbour is sunny with clear skies, go to the top of the 15-meter high Forest Sky Pier. It’s a fun activity to do with the whole family which will give you stunning views over Coffs Harbour. The bridge does sway a bit, so it might not be the best option if your kids are scared of heights.