A new sign age dawns in Coffs

ALL signs lead to Coffs.

At least they will in the future, if a new tourism committee has anything to say about it.

The new sub-committee of the Coffs Coast Tourism Association, aptly named the Chamber Committee, includes representatives from the Coffs Harbour, Woolgoolga and Sawtell Chambers of Commerce, and will meet regularly to work cohesively on the business of tourism.

High on the agenda of the first meeting last week was the key issue of signage – or the lack thereof.

“Each different Chamber obviously has its own issues but all raised the point that there is not enough directional signage advising people on how to get around,” Coffs Coast Tourism Association executive officer, Tracey Adendorff, said.

“A number of businesses are saying they have to direct visitors themselves, so this is a key issue that the new sub-committee will address.”

Ms Adendorff said the Chamber Committee is a way of pooling members and information.

“The objective is to identify commonalities between the different Chambers and to work together to achieve better results.”

For information, contact Tracey Adendorff on 6651 7766 or email

Axemen start season with bang in 9s

The Hoey Moey Tooheys Coffs Coast 9s final at Geoff King Motors Park was played between Group 2 rivals the Coffs Harbour Comets and the Orara Valley Axemen who won 12-10. Nines rugby league 17 February 2018 Photo: Brad Greenshields/Coffs Coast Advocate

Promised improvement more than just empty words after Coffs Coast 9s

REVEALED: Rental numbers rise at the start of the year

RENTAL RISE: The number of residential rentals available in Coffs Harbour rose marginally since the end of 2017.

Coffs records marginal rise in number of rentals

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