Council Managed Sports Grounds
Sports Ground Closures
C.ex Coffs International Stadium
Sports Facility Plan
No Smoking in Spectator Areas at Public Sports Grounds
Sport is a major economic driver in Coffs Harbour which injects around $30 million a year into the local economy.
Coffs Harbour City Council is committed to bringing world-class sporting teams and events to the City as well as assisting grass roots sport in the Community.
In 2001, Coffs Harbour City Council set up the Coffs Harbour Sports Unit to focus specifically on developing sporting opportunities in the City.
The role of the Sports Unit is to:
- Manage Coffs Harbour's sporting grounds
- Manage major sporting events in the City
The Sports Unit has held major sporting events at C.ex Coffs International Stadium in Coffs Harbour, including NRL Preseason Trial matches, the Australian Women's Football team Olympic Qualifiers, the 2007 & 2013 City v Country match, the Australasian Police & Emergency Services Games, AFL NAB Challenge match Sydney Swans v St Kilda and Nitro Circus.
C.ex C.ex Coffs International Stadium also plays host to long standing events in the City including the National and State Girls and Boys Football Championships, Ella 7s Indigenous Rugby Union Tournament, National Touch League and the National OZTAG Championships.
Photo: Australian OZTAG Championships 2009, Rob Cleary, Seen Australia
The Sports Unit also plays a major role in attracting elite sporting teams to use the Coffs Harbour Elite Training Centre at Novotel Pacific Bay Resort, including the Wallibies, the Matildas, the South Sydney Rabbitohs, the Gold Coast Titans and the Sydney Swans, who in conjunction with these camps also participate in public appearances around the City.
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