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- T's Tennis Resort1 Kemp Street, Port Macquarie, NSW
- Ibis Budget Coffs Harbour1A McLean Street, Corner Pacific Highway, Coffs Harbour, NSW
The price is AU$104 per night from Feb 8 to Feb 9
- Peninsula Nelson Bay52 Shoal Bay Road, Nelson Bay, NSW
The price is AU$169 per night from Feb 1 to Feb 2
- Comfort Inn Premier44 Bellingen Road, Coffs Harbour, NSW
The price is AU$120 per night from Jan 25 to Jan 26
- Port Macquarie HotelCnr Horton & Clarence Streets, Port Macquarie, NSW
The price is AU$70 per night from Jan 31 to Feb 1
- Bali Hi65 Manning Street, Tuncurry, NSW
The price is AU$84 per night from Jan 27 to Jan 28
Top luxury North Coast hotel deals
- Sevan Apartments14 - 18 Head Street, Forster, NSW4.7/5Exceptional! (190 reviews)
- Sandcastle Apartments12-24 William Street, Port Macquarie, NSW4.7/5Exceptional! (196 reviews)
- Oaks Port Stephens Pacific Blue Resort265 Sandy Point Road, Salamander Bay, NSW
The price is AU$243 per night from Jan 31 to Feb 14.3/5Excellent! (826 reviews)
- Ramada Resort by Wyndham Shoal Bay35-45 Shoal Bay Rd, Shoal Bay, NSW
The price is AU$186 per night from Feb 17 to Feb 184.1/5Very Good! (883 reviews)
- Afterglow Cottages259 Kalang Road, Kalang, NSW4.9/5Exceptional! (31 reviews)
- Anne's Waterfront Haven B&B44 A Danalene Parade, Corlette, NSW
The price is AU$325 per night from Feb 18 to Feb 195/5Exceptional! (93 reviews)
Accommodation In North Coast
Book a North Coast NSW hotel and explore the region with the lot. From a hinterland of lush river valleys to a coastline of sparkling beaches, it’s the perfect place for a couples’ retreat or a family getaway, with kid-friendly hotels that fit four or more people.
The North Coast is home to some of Australia’s best beaches at Coffs Harbour, Port Macquarie and Port Stephens/Nelson Bay. Sink your feet into golden sand, bask in the sun or splash out on a whale watching cruise. With its reputation as a beach region, it’s no surprise that the North Coast plays host to sporting events all year round. From the world-class Ironman Triathlon in May to surfing and fishing tournaments, make sure you stick around to watch the competition or even participate in the events yourself. Families can spend the October long weekend at the Old Bar Beach Festival, which promises live entertainment, air shows and fireworks. Foodies should visit Port Macquarie and Port Stephens’ food and wine festivals, held in October and November respectively.
The region has lots to offer during the rest of the year as well. Visit Australia’s very first ‘big’ thing at Coffs Harbour’s Big Banana to pick up some delicious treats or spend a few hours at the monthly Bellingen Markets. Make a trip to Port Macquarie’s Sea Acres National Park and Rainforest which is one of the largest rainforests in NSW. For something really unique, experience the Worimi Conservation Lands at Port Stephens, which features sand dunes that stretch 32 km. Here you can explore on foot, ride a quad bike or join a 4WD tour and sand board down thirty metre high dunes.
The Legendary Pacific Coast drive is the region’s major attraction and is one of the best ways to get from Sydney to Brisbane. An almost continuous line of surf beaches, national parks, a hinterland of rolling green hills and friendly villages make this a great drive. There are plenty of attractions, adventures and fun for the whole family along the way, with landmarks at Port Stephens, Coffs Harbour, Ballina and Byron Bay. Make sure to book your North Coast accommodation to rest your eyes before heading along the road again.
No matter where in the North Coast you want to go, it’s easy to get there. Coffs Harbour has its own airport and is one of the largest and busiest in New South Wales. Port Macquarie Airport is conveniently located just 5km west of Port Macquarie’s CBD. Those wanting to experience Port Stephens will need to fly into Newcastle, and from there it’s just an easy 25 minutes by car.
Don’t hesitate – book your North Coast NSW accommodation now and experience all this amazing region has to offer.
How much is a hotel room in North Coast?
Hotels in North Coast start at AU$70 per night. Prices and availability subject to change. Additional terms may apply.