What's on across the Coffs Coast this weekend

IT'S a golf-nuts dream across Coffs Harbour this weekend with the 58th Annual Festival of Golf teeing off.

Golfers from the advanced all the way through to those starting out in the game can take part in the event which gets underway at Coffs Harbour Golf Club from 9am Saturday.

The 27-hole course, which is in immaculate condition, is considered one of the most beautiful on the Mid North Coast and regarded as one of the best all-weather courses in the district.

For more details including price please contact the Golf Club on (02) 6652 3244.

If golf isn't your thing, there's always plenty more to see and do around Coffs Coast this weekend.

Art enthusiasts can head along to the Coffs Harbour Regional Museum for the 'between the flags' exhibition, celebrating 100 years of surf lifesaving in the region.

Entry is $3 for adults and just a $1 for children. Pensioners are $2.

For more info contact the museum on (02) 6652 5794.

If  action's what you're after head along to the finals days of the Australasian Police and Emergency Services Games.

You can catch the boys and girls in blue sweat-it-out against each other in the indoor cricket, netball and hockey at various locations, before the closing ceremony on Saturday evening at the Novotel Resort.

There are also the usual weekend markets held across town, including the Jetty, Harbourside and Uptown markets

Other things to do on the Coffs Coast this weekend:

Business Network International

Coffs Harbour Catholic Club Men's Bowls

Marnie Yeates Trophy for Nature Photography

Rowan Conroy Photographic Exhibition

90s Rave and Club presents Elroy

You can search for more events here.


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