Over 50 bushwalking and adventure trails exploring the Coffs Coast. 

  • 4.5km
  • 1 hour
  • Grade 2 - Family friendly
There are a number of tracks through the vegetated dunes behind Boambee beach, allowing for a varied circuit of beach and coastal dunes.
  • 9km
  • 2-3 hours
  • Grade 2 - Family friendly
Combine the iconic walk over Muttonbird Island with a the climb up South Coffs Island and Beacon Hill for three different perspectives on Coffs Harbour.
  • 6.6km
  • 1.5 hours
  • Grade 2 - Family friendly
An easy loop trail along the beach and back through the coastal dunes.
  • 11.5km
  • 3 hours
  • Grade 2 - Family friendly
Wade across Bonville creek at low tide, a long beach curls to Bundagen headland, and finally the cool of the littoral rainforest walk.
  • 70km
  • 4 days
  • Grade 4
Staying in villages each night allows you to carry a light pack on this multi-day walk along beaches, rock platforms and coastal headlands.
  • 13km
  • 3-4 hours
  • Grade 3 - Moderate
Boambee beach is perfect for striding out. Cross pretty Boambee Creek at the railway bridge, for the final walk into Sawtell.
  • 13km
  • 3-4 hours
  • Grade 3 - Moderate
Headlands with views, shady forests, sandy beaches, and cafes for a break - what more do you need?
  • 15km
  • 4-5 hours
  • Grade 3 - Moderate
Walk from Woolgoolga village down beaches, over headlands and finish with an estuary wade to reach beautiful Moonee.
  • 17km
  • 4-5 hours
  • Grade 3 - Moderate
Walk south from Red Rock with the sun on your backs at low tide, past the ancient fish traps at Arrawarra to Woolgoolga.
  • 7.7km
  • 2.5 hours
  • Grade 4 - Difficult
End Peak forest trail climbs from Swans Rd to a high point, with filtered views towards Coffs Harbour through the trees.
  • 90km
  • 2-3 hours
  • Grade 2 - Family friendly
Riding the Kalang River valley to understand the logging threats to the environment
  • 7.5km
  • 2-3 hours
  • Grade 4 - Difficult
Long before Queen Elizabeth visited Bruxner Flora Reserve in 1970, Gumbaynggiir people cherished the land, a living culture thousands of years old.

Over 50 bushwalking and adventure trails exploring the Coffs Coast. 

Search, filter and sort Trails

  • Filter by type

  • Sort trails