Coffs Coast has exuberant street art – look out for it everywhere, but particularly in Coffs centre, Sawtell, Woolgoolga, Nambucca and Kempsey. Great collections of public art can be found on Coffs Creek trail, Jetty foreshores, and in Kempsey, as well as other places.  Check out Arts Mid North Coast for public art trails, creative events and galleries.  Here are some trails with art spots highlighted.

Trails

An interesting loop walk across the old and new bridges at Grafton on the Clarence River
A short trail at Pines Picnic Area, perfect for kids to explore with a pretty creek and interpretive signs
An urban walk to discover the rich collection of street art in Coffs Harbour
An easy foreshore walk out on the heritage wooden Coffs Harbour Jetty - fun public art, coffee, beach and a playground
Whales, dolphins, birds, yachts and fishing boats, Solitary Islands and hinterland views, aboriginal heritage - an iconic Coffs Harbour walk on Muttonbird Island
A forest motorcycle ride or 4wd trip to an intriguing statue built by logger Jonaas Zilinskas in 1956, and covered in keys
The Gumgali Track is a short walk to Korora lookout over Coffs Coast, with engaging artworks sharing the Gumbaynggirr dreaming story