Mike Whitney is about to spread the Coffs Coast message.
Mike Whitney is about to spread the Coffs Coast message.

Coffs on Sydney Weekender

THE wonders of the Coffs Coast will be on show for the whole state when a ‘Coffs Coast Special’ of Sydney Weekender airs this weekend.

Mike Whitney and his team of roving reporters visited the region recently to film the episode that will feature the Big Banana, the Clog Barn and restaurants in Bellingen.

“This is a fantastic outcome for the region,” Coffs Coast Marketing tourism manager Glenn Caldwell said.

“This was actually funded under the NSW Government’s Disaster Recovery funding after the recent floods in the region and obviously getting the Coffs Coast visible across the state market is a good target for us to reach.

“Any form of media that gives you significant exposure is great and in regards to getting great images and the look and feel of the Coffs Coast out there, television is excellent.”

Reporter Lea Wilson will promote eating out in Bellingen at popular Mouza and Ave Restaurant in Church Street.

“Prime weatherman Daniel Gibson discovers a little slice of Dutch culture in Coffs Harbour and checks into a great family holiday park,” a Prime spokesperson said yesterday.

“And Rose Kelly discovers paradise in the ‘promised land’ before exploring the magic of the Waterfall Way on a push bike.”

The show will also be offering a “hot deal” at BreakFree Aanuka Beach Resort for viewers. It will air at 5.30pm this Saturday on Prime.



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