Coffs Harbour: $360 Three-Night Stay for Two People with Tennis and Wine at Wyndham Coffs Harbour ($720 Value)
- Stunning coastal setting
- New resort with excellent facilities
- Heated pool and spa pool
- Balcony, LCD TV and DVD player
- Halfway between Sydney and Brisbane
- Three nights in a one-bedroom apartment for two people
- Bottle of wine on arrival
- Use of tennis equipment
- WiFi for 24 hours
- Purchase unlimited vouchers
- Limited availability during school holidays
- Subject to availability
- Flights not included
- 14-day notice required to reschedule
- Guests of Groupon are not obliged to take part in any presentation, seminar, or anything similar relating to timeshare at any time during the time of residence at the property.
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How to Redeem
- Valid from 2 Mar 2012
- Valid to 2 Mar 2013
- Phone to book: (02) 6659 2988 or email to book:
Coffs Harbour is nestled between misty hinterland and rolling surf on the NSW North Coast. The small beachside town became famous as home to the Big Banana, and is a popular stopover between Sydney and Brisbane. Travellers who linger for longer than the obligatory one-night stay are rewarded with spectacular rainforest scenery and coastal bushwalks, beautiful surf beaches, diving, fishing and even whale watching.
Drink it all in with today’s Groupon for Wyndham Coffs Harbour:
• $360 for a three-night stay for two people ($720 value)
In a one-bedroom apartment with a bottle of wine, tennis equipment hire, parking and one-day WiFi
Wyndham Coffs Harbour is a stylish new property with excellent facilities including a lagoon-style heated swimming pool and luxurious spa. Groupies shack up for three days of relaxation in a one-bedroom apartment, complete with air-conditioning, LCD TV and DVD player. Chill out on the private balcony over a bottle of wine, and make buddies envious by posting happy holiday snaps with one-day WiFi access included.
Soak up the sunshine on famous Jetty’s Beach in central Coffs Harbour, or take a long romantic stroll down wild, open Boambee Beach just around the headland. For a fun day trip head to the great surf beach at Diggers Camp a little way up the coast; go snorkelling or fishing in the Solitary Islands marine park offshore; or take a drive up to Dorrigo, a picturesque heritage town in the hinterland where visitors can stroll along boardwalks through lush ancient rainforest. Enjoy spectacular views down over the valley on a clear day.
Coffs Harbour is about halfway between Sydney and Brisbane, a comfortable one-day drive from either city. There is also a small domestic airport in Coffs for peeps who prefer to fly. There are plenty of restaurants to choose from in town, and the helpful tourist information centre is on the corner of the Pacific Highway and McLean Street.
The first thing I saw was the fabulous pool and spa. The reception staff were exceptionally pleasant and helpful.”
– Fussy NSW, TripAdvisor