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4 Nature Walks on The Coffs Coast

4 Nature Walks on The Coffs Coast


ush rainforest, pristine beaches, beautiful rivers, impressive mountain ranges- in terms of nature, the Coffs Coast has got it all. We recommend you take advantage of the amazing surroundings nature has to offer while staying at the Caribbean Motel.

Dorrigo Dangar Falls

One hour scenic drive away, you’ll find the World heritage-listed Gondwana Rainforest. The national park is up in the mountains and is home to some incredible waterfalls and birds. There are so many walks that you can do whilst visiting, so check out the national park here for more info.

Muttonbird Island Nature Reserve
This walk is within walking distance of the Caribbean Motel, and you’ll get to see first hand how beautiful the Coffs Harbour Jetty can be. The Muttonbird Island Nature Reserve is of Aboriginal cultural significance, and offers a truly spectacular view.
Coffs Harbour Coastal Walk
Spreading across 60km, the coastal walk goes from Red Rock to Sawtell. If you want to complete the whole walk, it is suggested to spend a few days. However, you can always do snippets of it here and there- discovering one new beach at a time!
Coffs Coast Lookout
Starting at Sealy Lookout in Bruxner Park Flora Reserve, this walk is about 3.2km long. Immerse in the lush greenery whilst observing the amazing wildlife and birds that live in Ulidarra National Park.
Get in touch with Caribbean Motel today for more information on nature walks around the region.


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