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It has a Southern Cross University University campus, a public and a privately owned clinic, several wireless transmitters and three large malls. The Coffs Harbour is close to a number of nearby nature reserves, among them a maritime one. The Coffs Harbour is a local town along the Pacific Highway between Newcastle and the Gold Coast.
Located 10 km southwards of Hogbin Drive from the capital, Sawtell has become a satellites outskirts of Coffs Harbour and is becoming more and more called part of the capital than a separate one. Bananacoast Community Credit Union (BCU) is based in Coffs Harbour. Coffs Harbour, the larger port, is divided into several suburbs and districts, which include
Coffs Coast is encircled by remote cities that the natives call the Coffs Coast suburbs: The name Coffs Harbour comes from John Korff, who called the area Korff's Harbour when he was compelled to protect himself from the storms in this area in 1847. The Coffs Harbour has a number of protected monuments including:
Census 2016  shows that the Coffs Harbour area has 25,752 inhabitants. Coffs Harbour's main denominations are 20th century Catholics. The Coffs Harbour has a damp sub-tropical environment (Cfa according to the Köppen system ) with pronounced seasonal precipitation. It is a relatively sun-drenched town with 122 inhabitants.
Coffs Harbour Jetty is a historic wooden jetty where once coasting transported wood from the inland. The Muttonbird Island can be reached from the harbour via the breakwaters, while the protected area protects an important wedge-tailed storm dive-breed. It is surrounded by many protected areas, reservations and naval parks:
Coffs Harbour Regional Botanic Garden is in town. The Coffs Harbour houses the Coffs Harbour Education Campus (CHEC), a joint venture between Southern Cross University, TAFE and Coffs Harbour Senior College. The University of New South Wales Rural Clinical School on the Coffs Harbour Health Campus is another university.
Municipal and public colleges including Coffs Harbour, Woolgoolga, Orara, Toormina, John Paul College, Coffs Harbour Christian Community, Bishop Druitt College and Coffs Harbour Senior College. Elementary school students include: Boambee, Bonville, Coffs Harbour Public, Coramba, Corindi, Crossmaglen, Karangi, Kororo, Lowanna, Mullaway, Nana Glen, Narranga, Upper Orara, Sandy Beach, Sawtell, Toormina, Tyalla, Ulong, William Bayldon and Woolgoolga Public School.
Among the elementary grammar colleges in the area are: Maria Hilfe der Christen, St. Augustinus and St. Franz Xavier. Sonderschools are state colleges for handicapped or chronically disabled pupils, or which for other reason cannot be integrated into the overall system of schooling. Coff' s Harbour Learning Centre is available for these undergraduates.
Though the Pacific Hwy intersects the center of the town, much emphasis has recently been placed on maintaining the state government's dedication to identifying the route of suggested motorway divergences in a number of locations such as Bonville, the north Boambee Valley just west of Coffs Harbour and just to the north of Arrawarra to Wells Crossing.
All Coffs Harbour Independent Houses - Weekly colored paper that will be shipped free of charge to all Coffs Harbour houses every Thursday, closing in 2012. From the three major radio stations, NBN will produce an evenings message with local, domestic and global coverage on Channel 9 at 6 p.m. every even. The Prime7ews is producing a mid-coast report that will be presented at 18:00 from Canberra Studio.
#5 has a Coffs Harbour Breakfast Show named A.B & Ben Show. Started in 1997 as the third Coffs Coast licence. A part of the Super Network of the Sydney based 2SM Operations Group, which continually relays 2SM programmes, with the exception of a programme broadcasted locally from Coffs Harbour between 12:00 and 15:00 on workdays.
Getaways Gourmet - a website for gourmets with its headquarters in Coffs Harbour. In Coffs Harbour, it offers impartial critiques of restaurants, accommodation and activities on the basis of the author's own experience. Beaumont, Busways, Forest Coaching Lines, Newcombe and Sahdras operate in and around Coffs Harbour. Coffs Harbour is also a stop for the various long-distance coaches that run along the eastern coastline.
Forestcoach Lines regularly operates busses to the north outskirts of Coffs Harbour and some less frequently to Grafton. The most Beaumonts busses in 2011 were purchased by Newcombe, initially Beaumont's Orara Valley coach company and transported pupils from the municipality of Coffs Harbour to their outbuildings.
The Coffs Harbour is managed by NSW TrainLink. There are three daily stops at Coffs Harbour train stations in a northerly direction and three in a southerly direction. Coffs Coast Taxi & Hire Car Service operates taxi services locally. The Coffs Harbour Airport is operated by Fly Corporate,Qantas, Tigerair and Virgin Australia on a regular basis. Coffs Harbour Aero Club on Aviation Drive assists individual drivers.
Flight hours and exploratory flight tours as well as flight and charters are offered by the Rotary Foundation Flight School, which also works in close cooperation with the district high school in order to offer the pupils flight schooling. Flight hours and exploration as well as flight and charters are offered by the Coffs Coast Aviation Centre, which also works in close cooperation with a number of grammar school locations to offer flight education to schoolchildren.
It has four re-tout de la Country Leagues in NSW's Group 2 Portuguese Leagues Cup, Coffs Harbour Comets, Sawtell Panthers, Woolgoolga Seahorses et Orara Valley Axemen. Each club offers entry in ages from under 7 years to first class. There' s a regional Aussie soccer tournament with two teams in town; Coffs Harbour and Sawtell Saints.
In addition, there is a men's and women's football division, two football teams (Coffs Harlequins and Southern Cross University), youth and seniors hoops and the prestigious Coffs Suns, court football and net-ball series. The Pacific Bay Resort was the host of the'Camp Wallaby', where the Wallabies named Coffs Harbour, throughout the 2000'.
Coffs Harbour was the venue for the 2007 and 2013 games between the Coffs Harbour and the Country Rugby League. It hosts the Coffs Harbour International Stadium, which hosts the qualifiers for the FIFA World Cup and the 2008 Women's Olympic Games in Beijing, as well as some pre-season National Rugby League (NRL) games and inland crime series.
Also known for a great place for parachuting as the Great Dividing Ranges meet the ocean.