Ibis Budget Coffs Harbour

Address: 1A McLean St, Coffs Harbour, New South Wales, 2450, Australia | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 1A McLean St, Coffs Harbour, is near Big Banana and Coffs Harbour.
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        • Swimming pool


        • Free parking

        TripAdvisor Reviews Ibis Budget Coffs Harbour

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        Travel Blogs from Coffs Harbour

        Heading to Crescent Head for holidays!!!

        A travel blog entry by hilaryramsey on Nov 25, 2016

        2 photos

        Arrived in from Cambodia last night at 9pm so glad that I had the van all packed before I went away.

        We left at midday with Mum to pick up Benaiah and Ezra from the Gold coast to take them down early with us. They were eagerly waiting out on the footpath for us!

        We were driving to Coffs Harbour to have a short drive to Crescent …

        Up the Coast

        A travel blog entry by rachenry on Oct 30, 2015

        1 comment, 6 photos

        ... too much. The drive was uneventful but interesting...our one diversion onto a ‘tourist route’ lasted a couple of hours and took us through some very twisty, tree lined roads.

        We arrived at the resort by late afternoon and checked into our comfortable, if not overyly luxurious room. The resort grounds themselves are quite beautiful and we ...

        This Is The Start

        A travel blog entry by theworld4us on Oct 15, 2015

        ... of the language. I discovered how confronting being in an unknown environment can be (especially going from chilled out Australian schooling to a Japanese boarding school). This at the time was difficult to deal with being so young and naive - but what I gained was knowledge and experience that will help me in my future endeavors. I also learnt that home is always going to be there for you in the end - you can miss it all you want - it isn't going ...

        Blue sea, green grass, white waves and red rocks..

        A travel blog entry by pbmdream on Sep 11, 2015

        1 comment, 19 photos

        ... persuade them to jump into the pool so she would run away with the toys and jump into the water and they would follow her up to the edge of the pool and promptly stop dead! It was hilarious however eventually her ruse paid off and they leapt into the water – a truly magnificent sight. We also saw the raptors have their turn at showing off too – a wedge tailed eagle, a barking owl, a powerful owl and a blue winged kookaburra to name a few. For us, the ...

        A short walk but not a stroll.

        A travel blog entry by morewood on Jul 05, 2015

        2 comments, 25 photos

        ... tunnel took us down a very steep incline towards Nana Creek, Jan commented on the way to the creek that it will be a hard slog back up ...little did she know how true that would be. We reached the creek and have a look at the photos as there was no sign of any township, or even where or how it could have existed. According to "The Sydney Morning Herald" in December 1882, the township of Nana Creek consisted of a well run pub, two or three business, a private school, ...