Park Beach


To the north of the CBD is one of Coffs' most popular beaches, Park Beach.

See our Coffs Coast tourism website for nearby atrractions and places to eat

Park Beach is patrolled year round,  7-days a week.

Park Beach is patrolled by Council-employed Lifeguards and/or the local Surf Life Saving Club. Patrol times may change without notice. You can check patrol times with Council’s Lifeguards on 0418 285073 or the local Surf Life Saving Club.  

Rescue tubes are kept in storage boxes at Park Beach. Find out more about rescue tubes and how to use them

Stay safe

Always swim between the flags. Watch our short beach safety video below and check out our Lifeguards' tips on water safety.


Beware of tidal creek

Coffs Creek is a tidal creek that meets Park Beach at its southern end. The tidal currents can be very strong. We recommend that people not swim, use surf craft or flotation devices and take extreme care if wading across the creek mouth where it meets the sea during outgoing tides.

Beach wheelchair

Beach wheelchairs allow people with a disability to access the beach and the shallow water. We have a Sandcruiser all-terrain chair available to book for free at Park Beach. 

Find out how to book a beach wheelchair

No dogs allowed 

Dogs are not allowed on Park Beach or nearby Park Beach Reserve. Find where you can take your dog on or off leash using our list of dog-friendly beaches

View of waves meeting the shore along Park Beach

Image: Beautiful Park Beach


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