Nazanin Yoga

Relax the body and calm the mind • Expand breathing capacity through effective techniques • Tone your muscles • Improve your flexibility and balance. Located at Nautilus Beachfront Resort, 8 Solitary Islands Way, Sapphire Beach.

For more details or to book your class:
Nazzy 0403 534 432
nazaninat@yahoo.com
Facebook: Nazanin Yoga
www.nazaninat.com

The Big Banana

The Big Banana is Australia’s original and most famous “Big Thing”. No trip along the Coffs Coast is complete without a visit! The Big Banada Fun Park boasts water slides, toboggan run, mini golf, ice rink and laser tag. It’s a must do for young families visiting the Coffs Coast.

Visit: www.bigbanana.com for more details.

Dolphin Marine Magic

Dolphin Marine Magic is an award winning facility in the city of Coffs Harbour which is a permanent home that cares for the marine animals that have been brought into captive care as a result of an injury or event that prohibits the animal from being released back to the wild. No other facility promises every guest an opportunity to be kissed by both a dolphin and a seal for FREE!

Visit: www.dolphinmarinemagic.com.au for more details.

Bonville Golf Resort

Bonville Golf Resort, located 10 minutes south of Coffs Harbour, is known as “Australia’s Augusta” and has been named the “Most beautiful golf course on mainland Australia” 15 years in a row by the Golf Course Guide. Nestled at the foot of the Great Dividing Range and carved out of forest, this par 72 championship course rises and dips through the serene and beautiful layout with each fairway isolated and private from the next. It’s great appeal lies in the fact it will stimulate and challenge golfers of every standard. A must for any golfer.

Visit: www.bonvillegolf.com.au for more details.

The Forest Sky Pier

The Forest Sky Pier is located at Sealy Lookout, within Bruxner Park Flora Reserve, Orara East State Forest – only five kilometres from Coffs Harbour. The Forest Sky Pier offers the visitor an amazing panoramic view from mountains to the Coffs Harbour coastline. The Pier extends 21 metres out from the Lookout and stands 15 metres above the forest floor.

Access is via sealed road for the majority of the drive. Head north from Coffs Harbour on the Pacific Highway, turn left onto Bruxner Park Road (just north of the Big Banana) then left again at the ridge top onto Scenic Drive, following the road up to the Lookout.

Parking, picnic tables and toilets are available at the site.
For more information: www.forests.nsw.gov.au

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