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Coffs Harbour camping

Coffs Harbour Camping

With natural beauty every direction you look, we reckon there's no better way to see Coffs Harbour than with your campervan, caravan or tent. But where should you stay? GoSeeAustralia is Australia's leading caravan park and campground directory, allowing you to compare and book a wide range of accommodation options for your trip along the incredible Coffs Coast. Here's a few ideas to get you started.

Stay, Your Way

Unless you don’t mind getting stuck with the campsite next to the toilet block, you’re gonna want to book your Coffs Harbour camping holiday ahead of the herd. GoSeeAustralia lets you compare all available listings, book on the spot, or contact the park directly. Easy peasy!

Out and about in Coffs Harbour

Go camping in Coffs Harbour and you’ll be smack-bang in the middle of the stunning North Coast NSW, 5.5 hours from Sydney and 4.5 hours from Brisbane. Yes, it's got the Big Banana, but don't let that overshadow everything else Coffs has going for it.

Stroll, surf, snorkel and swim the days away at quiet beaches tucked between rocky headlands. Get up close and personal with dolphins and seals at the famous porpoise sanctuary. Or witness marine life in the wild with a whale watching cruise or dive trip to the Solitary Islands.

To the west, the scenery changes as the dense prehistoric rainforest and mountains of Dorrigo National Park close in, home to NSW’s best waterfalls and day hikes. The scenic Waterwall Way drive showcases this spectacular landscape, with Crystal Shower Falls and Dangar Falls offering up some mind-blowing photo opps.

Add in all the markets and quirky attractions, and you've got a lot more than you can cram into a day. So if you’re after a campsite, cabin or caravan park in Coffs Harbour, look no further than GoSeeAustralia to book your escape.


Coffs Harbour and beyond

Whether you're heading north or south of Coffs Harbour, the NSW North Coast has so much to offer.

You might be lured by the gentle bays of Port Stephens and Seal Rocks, not far from Newcastle, or drawn to the vast golden surf beaches of Forster, Byron Bay and Port Macquarie. Either way, the North Coast is a salt and sun mecca.

With close to 100 national parks and reserves, including tracts of Gondwanan rainforest, the NSW North Coast has inland adventures of Jurassic proportions. Volcanic mountains cut with deep gorges and pristine rivers make for some seriously dramatic touring and bushwalking routes.

And when you start craving a return to civilisation, the country towns along the North Coast are as welcoming and charming as any. Here’s a few of our top picks.


12 parks

Byron Bay

17 parks

Port Macquarie

9 parks


9 parks

Stories from the Road

From practical camping guides to trip reports written by GoSeeAustralia's crew of travelling storytellers, our blog has all the inspiration you need to start dreaming up your own trip of a lifetime.

So what the hell is GoSeeAustralia? We're basically a bunch of Aussies who love the outdoors – and that’s why we’ve created a place where you can book campsites at over 500 caravan parks and campgrounds Australia-wide, rent campervans and RVs, as well as share your experiences and stories.

Check out our parks all around Australia, browse stories from our community of travelling contributors, and start planning your next Australian road trip or camping trip!