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Coffs Harbour is a major coastal resort town located approximately halfway between Sydney (the capital city of New South Wales) and Brisbane (the capital city of Queensland). Famous for its bananas, fishing and surf, "Coffs" - as the locals call it - is fringed on one side by beautiful long sandy beaches and the South Pacific Ocean, and on the other by lush green rainforests, world-heritage wilderness areas and fertile farming lands. Coffs Harbour is a much-loved holidaying destination for Australian and international visitors alike.
|Currency||Australian Dollar (AUD) $1 = 100 cents|
|Opening hours||Most shops are open Monday to Saturday from 9am to 5pm.
Some retailers are open on Sunday including the Plaza which also trades until 9pm on Thursdays.
|Newspapers||The Coffs Coast Advocate
The Coffs Harbour & District Independent News – Free weekly publication
Sydney Morning Herald (State)
The Australian (National)
|Emergency numbers||000 (Police/Ambulance/Fire)|
|Tourist information||Coffs Coast Visitor Information Centre
Address: Corner of Pacific Highway and McLean Street, Coffs Harbour, NSW 2450
Tel: +61 2 6652 1522