BreakFree Aanuka Beach Resort is a stunning resort positioned in the heart of Coffs Harbour on the North Coast of New South Wales. Overlooking Diggers Beach and situated within close proximity to a huge range of things to do in the area, this Coffs Harbour accommodation is ideal. Choose from a fantastic selection of accommodation options including the Studio Hotel Room, Paradise Spa Bure, 2, 3 or 4 Bedroom Spa Villa, and the 3 Bedroom Resort Spa. Wine and dine at Casay on the Beach, an award-winning restaurant with a striking ocean vista. Unwind at the Mi-Time Day Spa, or freshen up with a dip in the tropical lagoon pool and soak away your cares in the relaxing cave spa.
Less than a five-minute drive from your accommodation is The Big Banana, one of the region’s most iconic landmarks providing much more than just a photo opportunity. Make sure you put aside a good part of the day to explore The Big Banana Family Fun Park, which includes a bunch of exciting attractions to suit all ages. Get adventurous and zoom down the 600metre toboggan track, challenge your friends and family to a game of Laser Tag, or show the kids how its done on the dynamic 36 hole Mini Golf course. From cheese making to ice skating, it’s a fun day out that’s sure to keep both parents and kids happy. If you’re looking for a place to cool off, The Big Banana Fun Park also boasts its very own Water Park with a total of four exciting slides along with a designated kids zone – perfect for the little ones to splash around. When hunger strikes or you’re simply looking for a nice cup of coffee or snack, the Café and Ice Creamery is the perfect place to stop and refuel.
Kids will be inspired at Dolphin Marine Magic, where they can have a once-in-a-life-time opportunity to kiss a dolphin, feed the penguins, or hold a crocodile. From seals to turtles, peacocks and Australia’s favourite reptiles, there is so much to see including interactive shows along with more personal one-on-one encounters. There is also a fantastic conservation and rehabilitation program which educates children about how to protect our marine life. Complete your day by visiting the Coffs Harbour Butterfly House and go for a walk through a sheltered subtropical rainforest environment surrounded by countless live Australian butterflies - an experience the whole family will enjoy.
If you're looking for a relaxing way to spend your morning or an afternoon, Coffs Harbour Marina and Jetty provides visitors and locals with a sheltered area to swim, fish, take a stroll along the old timber jetty, or simply relax and watch the boats with coffee in hand. While you're there, walk across to Muttonbird Island and take the steep but short stroll up to the top of the hill where you can soak in picturesque views over Coffs Harbour Marina. Between May and November it’s also a great spot to watch the whales as they migrate past Coffs Harbour.
Nature lovers looking to immerse themselves in the wilderness will discover Moonee Creek the ideal playground. Kayakers and standup paddleboard enthusiasts enjoy its calm serene waters year round due to the warm climate. Surrounded by mangroves and freshwater wetlands, the inlet is located at the southern end of Moonee Beach and is tidal. Grey kangaroos, koalas an array of birdlife make their home in this scenic estuary so don’t forget to take your camera and binoculars if you are fortunate to spot the abundance of wildlife. There is also the breathtaking Forest Sky Pier, situated just five kilometres from Coffs Harbour, which features a tree top lookout where you can take in 360 degree across the lush green foliage out to the sparkling blue ocean.