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Parking Coffs Harbour CBD

Coffs Harbour Central Business District has ample parking for both short term and long term stays. Street parking within the CBD is mostly 60 degree angle parking nose to kerb, however parallel parking can still be found in the fringe areas.

Most of the street parking is restricted to 1 and 2 hour parking limits and longer limits can best be found within the numerous free car parking areas close in to the CBD. These areas have 3hr limits and substantial all day parking areas.

When parking your vehicle  in Coffs Harbour please ensure it is legally parked and that you check all sign posting, making yourself aware of any restricting which may apply to the area in which you are parked.

Council Rangers conduct random parking patrols throughout the CBD on a daily basis.

For drivers of long vehicles it can be difficult sometimes to find a park, so you will find highlighted areas on the map which show the best places to find a park for your camper van, caravan or big rig.

Further information on parking can be found at:

Or by contacting Council's offices on 02 6648 4000 during normal business hours.