Coffs Coast walking is easy on beaches at low tide, with views of whales in season from the headlands, and opportunities for a dip. You can walk the coast from Yamba in the north to South West Rocks and beyond.

Trails

Walking the beach from Yamba to Angourie at low tide, visiting Green and Blue pools
An informative geological tour of Red Rock headland with ten stops to observe rocks and land forms.
Lookout for the delightful Gnome tree on this 3km family friendly Red Rock river walk alongside the Corindi river, around Jewfish Point and back.
An easy beach walk around bays and headlands, finishing with a short climb through blackbutt forest.
Enjoy nature on this loop around Coffs Creek in the heart of Coffs Harbour, with cafes and many public artworks. Follow our GPX tracks
There are a number of tracks through the vegetated dunes behind Boambee beach, allowing for a varied circuit of beach and coastal dunes.
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.