Coffs Harbour has a diverse range of native animals, including many that are rare and threatened such as the Little Tern.
Coffs Harbour is teeming with plant life, making bushland, gardens, parks, beaches and reserves star attractions.
The Coffs Harbour LGA covers 70 kilometres of coastline, extending from Bundagen in the south to Station Creek in the north.
By using water sensibly and efficiently at home and at work, we can all contribute to reducing community demand for this precious resource.
While we are doing a great job at recycling and reducing our waste to landfill, there is still much that we can do to become a zero waste community.
Council's Environmental Levy currently raises around $1 million per annum for local environmental works such as rehabilitating rivers and dunes.