Where the Great Dividing Range meets the sea on the Northern Coast of New South Wales, you'll find the relaxing holiday town of Coffs Harbour. The mountains, dotted with banana plantations for which the town is famous, provide a stunning backdrop to the region's unspoiled white beaches.
The range of activities for holiday makers ensures that everyone, from couples to families, will be well catered for.
Boambee Bay Resort is located along the banks of serene Boambee Waters and just a short stroll to the long white sands of Boambee Beach. Accommodation is in spacious units set amidst luscious tropical gardens.
Room amenities include a colour television, DVD player and cable television; a microwave and dishwasher; and a washer and dryer.
The resort offers a wonderful variety of sporting facilities, all of which are free! You'll find hours of fun and entertainment to choose from with half court tennis, plus two day/night tennis courts, a squash court, mini golf, bowls, canoes, a large adventure pool which is heated in winter, an indoor and outdoor spa, sauna and gymnasium, a children's playground plus a family lounge, a games room and a billiard room. Cook your own barbeque, or relax over a drink at the cocktail bar or al fresco cafe.
But there's so much more to Coffs - as the locals call it. Packed with family-friendly attractions, you'll find the Clog Barn featuring a meticulously construction model Dutch village; the Glenreagh Mountain Railway where you can ride a heritage steam train; Coffs Harbour Butterfly House with an amazing variety of these fascinating creatures; or the Pet Porpoise Pool and Oceanarium where you can interact with Dolphins and seals.
If something more relaxing is what you have in mind, you can stroll the walkway that runs along the breakwater out to the domed-shaped Muttonbird Island, where muttonbirds and shearwaters return to their hillside burrows every evening between November and April, and you can whale spot from June to October.
You'll find some delightful seaside towns in close proximity, such as Sawtell - renowned for it's main street which is lined with magnificent Moreton Bay Figs; Nambucca Heads where you can sample fresh Nambucca River Oysters; or Macksville home of the famous ''Pub with No Beer'.
Or explore the hinterland where you'll find many quaint historic towns. In particular Bellingen is well worth a visit with its weatherboard facades, now combined with a mellow 'new age' culture and a thriving arts and crafts community, it's a great day out.