Coffs Coast Regional Park Trust Board
Coffs Coast Regional Park protects 27 kilometres of coastal strip north of Coffs Harbour. It stretches from Macauleys Headland in the south to Corindi Beach in the north. The Park provides important recreation areas, walking tracks and beach access for the community and visitors to the region.
Coffs Coast Regional Park Trust Board is responsible for the care, control and management of the Park. The implementation of park management is shared between the NSW National Parks and Wildlife Service and the City of Coffs Harbour, on behalf of the Board.
The Plan of Management Coffs Coast Regional Park 2021(PDF, 2MB) outlines the management principles, natural and cultural heritage values, and appropriate public use of the Park.
The Memorandum of Understanding 2018(PDF, 5MB) sets out the responsibilities of the City of Coffs Harbour for asset maintenance and National Parks and Wildlife for environmental protection.
About the Board
The Coffs Coast Regional Park Trust Board facilitates the cooperative management of the Coffs Coast Regional Park. The Trust Board is formed under the provisions of s47T of the NPWS Act 1974. It is responsible for the care, control and management of the Park. The Board is subject to the control and direction of the Director-General.
The role of the Trust Board is to oversee and approve at a strategic level the Plan of Management, the Annual Operations Budget, community input and Park policy.
Rod McKelvey (community), Grahame Douglas (community), Yvette Pacey (Aboriginal community), Tony Dootson (Aboriginal community), Councillor Tegan Swan (City of Coffs Harbour), Councillor George Cecato (City of Coffs Harbour) and Glenn Storrie (NSW National Parks and Wildlife Service).
The Board meets quarterly in February, May, July and November.
Minutes are published here once approved at the following meeting.
See below minutes of the Board's previous meetings:
Contact the Board
Park Management and Policies
Vegetation Vandalism Policy(PDF, 442KB)
Memorial Policy guides the management of memorials within the park. Any unauthorised memorials may be managed according to the below procedure:
- Place a 'notice of removal' on the structure/memorial advising that the person(s) contact the City to discuss removal
- Make all attempts to locate/contact the person(s) who installed the memorial
- Remove the memorial after a calendar month of erecting the 'notice of removal'
- The City will not be liable for any damages associated with unauthorised memorials and their removal
- All removed memorials will be retained for collection
To explore the Park, use our mapping tool, see our information on the Solitary Islands Coastal Walk or visit the Coffs Coast Regional Park on the NPWS website
You can help care for the Park by volunteering with Landcare sites and working bees
You can stay up to date with upgrades in the Park by visiting the Coffs Harbour Have Your Say website
If you live next to the Park, see how to be a Bush Friendly Neighbour(PDF, 442KB)