Mid-North Coast

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The Mid-North Coast [1] of the Australian state of New South Wales stretches for some 300 km along the Pacific Ocean shoreline from Port Stephens (north of Newcastle) in the south to Coffs Harbour in the north and inland to Dorrigo and neighbouring towns. It is bordered by the Hunter Valley region to the south, by the Northern Rivers region to the north, and New England to the west.



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The options for tourism along the Mid-North Coast are extremely various and extensive. These include:

  • Whale-watching tours
  • Tackling the vast sand dunes of Stockton Beach
  • Hiking through forests
  • Scuba diving
  • Visit the Coffs Coast's northern beach towns (Sapphire Beach, Moonee Beach, Emerald Beach, Sandy Beach, Woolgoolga, Safety Beach, Mullaway, Arrawarra Headland, Arrawarra, Corindi Beach, Red Rock)

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