Car Hire at Coffs Harbour Airport
This information is correct as of September 2015
Whether you prefer the quieter charms of Coffs Harbour, the never ending party scene in Sydney or the miles of soft, blissful sandy beaches of Port Macquarie, you can find the best car hire at Coffs Harbour Airport with Skyscanner.
Where to hire a car at Coffs Harbour Airport
There are six car hire companies with desks at Coffs Harbour Airport: Avis, Budget, Coffs Harbour Rentals, Europecar, Hertz and Thrifty. All of the desks are inside the terminal, so you don’t need to go far to pick up your car.
Petrol stations near Coffs Harbour Airport
Depending on your car rental agreement, you may need to hand your car back with a full tank.
Luckily there is a BP garage located just 7 minutes drive from Coffs Harbour Airport. Take Fellowship Drive from the airport, turn left onto Airport Drive then take the first exit at the roundabout. Merge onto Hogbin Road and take the third exit at the next two roundabouts on to the Pacific Highway. The petrol station will be on the left hand side.
Driving around Coffs Harbour Airport
Coffs Harbour Airport Coffs Harbour Regional Airport is located near Boambee, 4 km south of Coffs Harbour city centre off the Pacific Highway, which links the airport to the rest of New South Wales and beyond. Coffs Harbour is a 530 km drive north of Sydney and 350 km south of Brisbane on the Pacific Highway.
Getting to your destination
We’ve put together a quick guide on getting to the most popular destinations from Coffs Harbour Airport.
With absolutely dreamy beaches Port Macquarie, halfway between Sydney and the Queensland, is somewhere surfers, couples, families and adrenalin junkies will love. If you want to throw a little history into the mix, visit the former penal colony where convicts who found life in Sydney a little too ‘easy’ were sent.
It takes just two hours to reach Port Macquarie from Coffs Harbour Airport via the main Pacific Motorway.
This bustling, thriving city has its own beaches and national parks, a mega zoo, stunning opera house, a harbour complete with a bridge that you can bungee off and some of the best shopping, dining, entertainment and culture in the whole of Australia. From the bush and rivers of Broken Bay and the Hunter Valley wine regions of the north to the Blue Mountains in the west and the spectacular unspoiled beaches of the south, Sydney is a paradise for city addicts and outdoor fanatics. By night, Sydney is an overwhelming fusion of beach barbeques, comedy clubs, outdoor disco, lively bars and much much more.
Sydney is a spectacularly scenic, seaside 6 hour drive from Coffs Harbour Airport via the Pacific Motorway. Be sure to glance at the road once in a while though!
Another city with beaches! Coffs Harbour is ideal for those who love water-based activities, while wildlife and culture are also in abundant supply. Home to rainforests and banana plantations, the area is lush and green and has a charming village feel. Watch local fishermen catching their living before trying one of the harbour seafood restaurants for a mouth-watering treat.
Coffs Harbour is just 7 minutes by car from Coffs Harbour Airport. Follow Fellowship Road onto Airport Drive then take Hogbin Drive to Albany Street. Take the roundabout exit for Harbour Drive and follow signs to the city centre.
Most of the street parking is restricted to 1 and 2 hour parking limits. For longer stays check the free car parking areas close but just outside the CBD. The parking rates usually start at $3 per hour. Some hotels in Coffs Harbour also offer free parking.
Prices subject to change