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Getting To Coffs Harbour

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Getting To Coffs Harbour

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ROADS TO COFFS HABOUR

No matter how you’re travelling to Coffs Harbour, it’s a lot closer than you think.

If you’re local to the east coast of Australia, Coffs Harbour is just around four hours’ drive south from the Gold Coast if you take the M1 and Pacific Highway. If you’re coming from Sydney, Coffs Harbour is just under six hours’ drive north along the Pacific Highway.

If you prefer a faster route, the Coffs Harbour Regional Airport offers flights direct from Sydney, Melbourne, and Brisbane from four major Australian airlines: Qantaslink, Virgin Australia, Tiger Air, and Fly Corporate.

If you’d like a more scenic, coastal route, NSW TrainLink offer two rail services from Sydney or Brisbane to the Coffs Harbour railway station each day.

Coach services are also available in the region from Greyhound Australia, Premier Motor Service, and New England Coaches.

With so many travel options, getting to Coffs Harbour for the 2019 KENNARDS HIRE RALLY AUSTRALIA is a lot easier than you think.

 ROAD CLOSURES

If you’re travelling to the 2019 Kennards Hire Rally Australia by car, you need to be aware of the road closures that will occur as a part of the event. This may disrupt your initial planned route when travelling to Coffs Harbour by vehicle, as well as if you have planned to the event each day.

Thursday Road Closures 2019

Friday Road Closures 2019

Sunday Road Closures 2019

Saturday Road Closures 2019

One Way Traffic advisory Nambucca Shire 2019

MM001478 – Road Closure Ads – Nambucca Area

MM001478 – Road Closure Ads – Coffs Area

Coffs Jetty Road Closures 2019

TRAFFIC CONTROL & POLICE PRESENCE

A heightened police presence will be on site at the 2019 Kennards Hire Rally Australia due to the nature of the event. Their presence will be essential in supporting the Rally Australia teams in enforcing the road closures, assisting with traffic control, and ensuring the safety of our spectators.