North Coast Regional Botanic Garden

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North Coast Regional Botanic Garden

Just 1 km from the Coffs Harbour CBD the North Coast Regional Botanic Garden offers locals and visitors a unique blend of native and exotic species of flora, recreation and education in a beautiful and relaxed setting.

The Garden also offers the perfect venue for weddings and events. You can find out more and enquire about booking the venue here.

The Garden hosts a number of key events throughout the year including:

  • Harmony Day (March). This is a multicultural event featuring music, dancing and foods from the many countries represented in Coffs Harbour

  • Japanese Festival of Children’s Day​ (first Sunday in May) celebrates children with kite flying, Japanese entertainment and food.

For more information about these and other events held in the Garden, visit the Friends of the Garden website.