Walking Tracks

A community unlike any other

Explore inspiring articles, discover events, connect with locals and learn more about Coffs Harbour City Council.

Have Your Say

Tell Us Why You Care

Corindi River and Pipe Clay Lake Estuaries are significant coastal features and Council wants to know what the locals value...

Read more
Build the Best Bypass

Build the Best Bypass

Coffs Harbour City Council is committed to doing everything we can to ensure the best bypass is built to meet the needs of our community...

Read more
MyCoffs Connect

MyCoffs Connect

Connect with your community and find out what's on around the LGA...

Read more
View all news

Latest News

Startup Coffs Coast

Startup Coffs Coast Final Approaching

The stage is set for the Coffs Coast’s newest inventors and entrepreneurs to go head-to head in a Live Pitch Competition at the final Startup Coffs Coast event for 2019...

Read more

Poor Pest Controls Starting to Bug Council

Pest infestations at local food outlets are on the rise and Council is urging businesses to be vigilant about prevention...

Read more
Shelter

Sport and Community Groups Celebrate Grants Success

Nine local sports clubs and eight community groups are the big winners in the latest round of Council’s Community Capital Infrastructure Grants Program...

Read more
View all news

Walking Tracks

Walking tracks

Get out and explore your neighbourhood on one of these fantastic local walks.

Coffs Creek Walk and Cycleway

The Coffs Creek Walk is a shared path and cycle way in a bush setting that links the CBD with some of the city's major destinations - the North Coast Regional Botanic Garden, Dolphin Marine Conservation Park, Jetty Beach and Park Beach. In addition, it also provides a commuter route for residents who work in the city centre. The path is a mix of surfaces and is well maintained. The total distance is approximately 8.6km.
Coffs Creek Walk and Cycleway Map or see more detailed information on the Coffs Coast website.

Solitary Islands Coastal Walk

Solitary Islands Coastal Walk traverses 60km of beaches and rainforest on the Coffs Coast. Enjoy whale watching, birdwatching and swimming on your journey from Red Rock to the coastal village of Sawtell.

Find out more.

Coastal Walks

From idyllic day walks to multi-day hikes, the Coffs Coast offers a diversity of opportunities to explore our costal places.

Find out more.

Bushwalking

There are dozens of bush walks around the Coffs Coast including the Gumgali Track, Sherwood Nature Reserve and Ulidarra National Park.

Find out more.