LOW AND SLOW: A DC-3 will conduct sightseeing flights over the Coffs Coast during the Smoke on the Water Festival next month.
LOW AND SLOW: A DC-3 will conduct sightseeing flights over the Coffs Coast during the Smoke on the Water Festival next month. Coffs Harbour Centenary Of Rail

Coffs to host festival action in the air, on land and on rail

COFFS Harbour Centenary of Rail has released further details on what the public can expect at the inaugural Smoke on the Water Festival next month.

As the centenary of rail is marked on August 30, Coffs Harbour's stunning harbour and Jetty Foreshores will host vintage planes, trains, automobiles and even boats and ships.

Coffs Harbour has the potential to create a hugely successful Smoke on the Water event with organisers planning to take full advantage of Coffs Harbour's ability to simultaneously host heritage rail, vintage vehicles, vintage machinery, tall ships and vintage aircraft all in close proximity.

To keep up to speed with what's happening and to book tickets, go to coffsharbourrailcentenary.com.au.

WHATS ON AND WHEN?
Smoke on the Water - Centenary of Rail

Friday, August 28
Steam loco rides - tickets on sale soon.

Saturday, August 29
Steam loco rides - tickets on sale soon.
DC-3 joy flights - tickets now on sale.
Pirate ship tours.
Free vintage display.
Model train display and rail swap meet.

Sunday, August 30
Steam loco rides - tickets on sale soon.
Pirate ship tours.
Vintage display - free.
Model train display and rail swap meet.
Official opening of event by Coffs Harbour mayor.
DC-3 joy flights - tickets now on sale.

Monday, August 31
Steam loco rides -tickets on sale soon.
School and community group excursions.



Gallery: Coffs Harbour Anzac Day service

Gallery: Coffs Harbour Anzac Day service

Hundreds gather to remember those who served our country.

Gallery: Sawtell Anzac Day march

Gallery: Sawtell Anzac Day march

LOCALS gather at Sawtell's First Ave for Anzac Day march.

A time to remember

A time to remember

Anzac Day services get underway.

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