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COFFS HARBOUR & NAMBUCCA HEADS

Our surgeries are based at Nambucca Heads and Coffs Harbour on New South Wale's North Coast.

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Below is just a brief description of our local area.

 


Nambucca Heads

Nambucca Heads is essentially a coastal holiday and retirement centre in a subtropical climate which is popular with those inclined to such activities as fishing, walking, boating, swimming, surfing and sunbathing on the lengthy local beaches. The town is located on a ridge which runs out to a headland at the mouth of the Nambucca River, 26 metres above sea-level and 512 km north-east of Sydney. Just inside the estuary is Stuart Island which contains an Aboriginal burial site. It is now home to an 18-hole golf course connected to the mainland by a causeway.

The current population of Nambucca Heads is around 6000. The major local industries include tourism, abattoirs, timber and primary industries such as beef cattle, dairying, bananas, forestry, fishing, oyster farming and the retail and service sectors. There is also a growing engineering and small manufacturing sector.

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Nambucca Heads River, looking South towards Yarrahappini and Scotts Head.

 


Coffs Harbour

Coffs Harbour is a major coastal resort town, also noted for its banana plantations and its fishing. It is beautifully located where the mountains tumble down to the sea, 558 km north-east of Sydney and 3 metres above sea-level.

Although bigger than most NSW coastal towns (its population is now over 65 000), it is typically occupied by retirees seeking the warm north of the state and by holiday-makers eager to enjoy themselves and spend some money.

The appearance of Coffs Harbour has not been enhanced by the emergence of high-rise units which remind one of suburban Sydney rather than a holiday resort. Nonetheless, it has a kind of glorious subtropical laziness attached to it while at the same time wanting to be considered a thriving city.

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Coffs Harbour Jetty, Muttonbird Island and Coffs Harbour Jetty Marina.

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