Location: Latitude: 30' 20 mins south. Longitude: 153' 6 mins east. 554 Kms (344 miles) north of Sydney and 427 Kms (265 miles) south of Brisbane.
Coffs Harbour is a region of green, pristine rainforests; relaxed, friendly town; a rich history and heritage; a superb string of golden beaches, washed by surf; and a spectacular underwater landscape beneath blue Pacific Ocean waters.
Coffs Harbour's warm hospitality is welcoming to the "yachties" and attracts "old hands" and "newcomers" to the event year after year. They bring their families to enjoy the fun, laughter and camaraderie and the annual "Festival of Sail" , ensures all have an entertaining time. The sub-tropical city of Coffs Harbour, with a population of approx 70,000, can be reached by car, air, bus or rail. There are 44 kms (27 miles) of long, white beaches and the climate has been assessed as one of the best in Australia.
The city offers a wide range of entertainment, from white water rafting to a quiet laze on the beach; from a game of golf on an international standard course to a leisurely stroll through the North Coast Regional Botanic Gardens.
Coffs Harbour has it all. Whether you're into light aircraft, ballooning, four-wheel driving, sailing, horse riding, horse and carriage driving or touring on a Harley Davidson.
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The Royal Prince Alfred Yacht Club
Address: 16 Mitala StreetNewport, NSW, 2106, Australia
Email: email@example.comPhone: 61 2 9998 - 3771Fax: 61 2 9997 - 8620
The Pittwater to Coffs Harbour Yacht Race and the associated five race Regatta has developed into one of the most popular of all ocean-racing events in Australia. This race offers competitors a strategic challenge as they race past unsurpassed scenic coastlines, prior to arriving in one of Australia's most popular coastal cities.
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