Capture the natural beauty of Coffs Harbour, home to the indigenous Gumbaynggirr people, in New South Wales that graces the eastern shores of Australia. Fringed by wildlife reserves and national parks on one side, and the Solitary Islands Marine Park on the other, it serves as a convenient base to enjoy the variety of flora and fauna, plus corals and migratory whales in its waters. Banana monuments across the city pay a tribute to its banana plantation industry of the late 19th century, while numerous blueberry farms of recent years attract farming enthusiasts and volunteers. Corambirra Point, Kokora Lookout, and the Forest Sky Pier, all offer fantastic waterscape vistas of Coffs Harbour from different vantages. Jump off jetties, encounter kangaroos on coastal grasslands, and see exotic birds at the Muttonbird Island Reserve. Experience more of the city thanks to cycling paths and boardwalks along the creek and picturesque coastal walks. Coffs Harbour is also a haven for 4×4 adventure sports.