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Coffs Harbour Culture Trail

Coffs Harbour is a vibrant contemporary regional city boasting a beautiful landscape and growing multicultural community. You'll find an array of art galleries, venues, public art and fabulous walking trails in the region. A great place to live, work and play.

Coffs Harbour Regional Art Gallery

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Cultural Attractions

Coffs Harbour Regional Gallery

The Coffs Harbour Regional Gallery offers an exciting program of exhibitions, talks, workshops and other events that will spark your imagination. Featuring works by a diversity of local, regional, national and international artists in many mediums, the Gallery is a hub of the vibrant community life of the Coffs Coast region. It’s also the home…

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National Cartoon Gallery Coffs Harbour

It’s more than just good fun…The Bunker National Cartoon Gallery is unique. It’s Australia’s first and only dedicated cartoon gallery and is housed in an authentic underground World War II bunker (built in 1943). It was converted into a contemporary cartoon gallery in 1996 and features regular changing exhibitions of Australian and international cartoons.  The…

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Sikh Heritage Museum of Australia

The Sikh Heritage Museum of Australia is devoted to progressing and encouraging public knowledge, understanding and for the ongoing preservation of the traditional and religious life of the Sikh people. The Sikh Museum showcases the Sikh identity and religion, explores the complexities of Sikh spirituality, and the dedication of Sikh people throughout history in both…

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Wadjar Regional Indigenous Gallery

Come and see the wonders of Wadjar Regional Indigenous Gallery, exhibiting the beautiful works of Aboriginal artists, both local, and from all over Gumbaynggirr and neighbouring nations.

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The beautiful beachside town of Sawtell is located 8 kilometres south of Coffs Harbour. With its stunning beaches and nearby Bongil Bongil National Park it has long been a popular coastal village with visitors.

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Walking Trails

Coffs Creek Walk

The Coffs Creek Land Art Trail was a project commissioned by Coffs Harbour City Council back in the mid 1990s. Primarily made of natural materials such as timber and stone, the artworks are in various states of decay, with some succumbed to the elements. Works featured in the trail include: Resin Post Top Pieces by…

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Gumgali Track – Korora Lookout, Orara East State Forest

Follow the Gumbayggirr Dreaming story of Gumgali, the black goanna through a 400 m walking track featuring sculpture, murals, and interpretive signage leading to the breathtaking Korora lookout.

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Mutton Bird Island Nature Reserve

Muttonbird Island is a sacred and significant site to the local Gumbaynggirr Aboriginal people, who call the island Giidany Miirlarl, meaning moon sacred place.

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Woolgoolga Heritage Trail

The Woolgoolga Heritage Trail provides an enriching understanding of Woolgoolga’s history and culture. It includes 16 stations along a 2.2 km walk with historically themed panels along a route between “Top Town” on River Street and the Woolgoolga Beach Reserve. It takes around 40 minutes one way. Themes addressed in the panels include indigenous history,…

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What's On?

Want to know what cultural events are on in the Coffs Harbour region? We've got music, exhibitions, theatre, markets and more listed in our free What's On guide!

18 Jun - 15 Aug 2021

Manga Mania

Coffs Harbour
31 Jul - 31 Aug 2021

4P’s – a solo Exhibition by Margaret Drever


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