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About the Coffs Coast

From World Heritage-listed Dorrigo National Park on the mountain escarpments, to Coffs Harbour’s stunning beaches through to the magic sea life within the Solitary Islands Marine Park, the Coffs Coast is a wonderland of surprises.

Experience where memories are made. Take home stories of unforgettable green landscapes in the Bellinger Valley, to quaint cottages in the hinterlands of Coramba and Nana Glen. Share a close encounter with a dolphin or liven things up with some white water rafting on the Nymboida River. Share in our local produce and foodie scene then celebrate some of our vibrant events.

Coffs Harbour is located on the Pacific Highway, 540kms north of Sydney, about 400kms south of Brisbane or 320kms south of the Gold Coast. For more information, visit:


Woolgoolga is a town situation about 15 minutes drive north of Coffs Harbour. It is home to a significant Sikh population who arrived in the area as early as the 1890’s. Woolgoolga is also home to ywo gurduwaras, including the first Sikh Gurduwara built in Australia, and the more recent gurduwara overlooking the hill on the way into the town.

By Plane

Coffs Harbour Airport is one of the largest regional airports in Australian with regular flights from Sydney, Brisbane and Melbourne. Services include:

  • QantasLink: 5 flights to and from Sydney per day on weekdays.
    3 flights from Sydney on Saturdays with 4 return. 

    5 flights from Sydney on Sundays with 4 return.

  • Virgin Australia: 2 flights to and from Sydney per day.
    1 flight to and from Melbourne per day on weekends.
  • Tigerair: 2 flights to and from Sydney per day on weekdays.
    1 flight to and from Sydney on Saturdays and Sundays.

By Car

Coffs Harbour is about 6.5 hours drive from Sydney and about 5 hours drive from Brisbane, including time for breaks. Much work has been done to the Pacific Highway making for a more enjoyable drive. Whenever driving long distances, driver fatigue should be avoided by sharing the driving and taking rest breaks every 2 hours.

By Bus

Busses arrive in Coffs Harbour regularly at the Bus Depot located on the the Pacific Highway and can offer a convenient, budget way of getting here. Most bus companies located on the east coast of Australia have a regular service to Coffs Harbour.

By Train

There is a train station located in Coffs Harbour with daily services to and from Sydney and Brisbane (with stopovers in between). For fare and timetable information visit the NSW Government’s Countrylink web site.

Transport Schedule

Further details on transport arrangements for the Australian Sikh Games will be provided here shortly.

Getting Around

Local transport operators including taxi’s, car hire, airport and touring shuttle companies offer services throughout the region. Bus companies also provide regular daily routes north, south and west to / from Coffs Coast.

Timetables and further information are available from the links below.

Rental Cars

  • Avis: (02) 6651 3600
  • Budget: (02) 6651 4994
  • Coffs Harbour Rent-a-Car: (02) 6652 5022
  • Europcar: 13 13 90
  • Hertz: (02) 6651 1899
  • Thrifty: (02) 6652 8622
  • Action Hire Vehicles: (02) 6652 2229
  • Econocar Rental: 0411 640 642


  • Bellingen Taxis: (02) 6658 8881
  • Coffs Harbour Taxis: 13 10 08 or (02) 6658 9999
  • Urunga Radio Taxis: (02) 6655 6206


  • Busways: Timetable and bus routes in and around Coffs Harbour
  • Ryans Bus Service: Timetable for Coffs Harbour – Woolgoolga – Grafton service
  • Bus Guide: Download PDF guidate to routes and catching buses on the Coffs Coast