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Paradise Palms Resort, Coffs Harbour

Paradise Palms Resort is idyllically situated and has 40 Polynesian Bures set on 11 acres of lawns and tropical gardens. We are only 7 minutes north of the centre of Coffs Harbour and a 10-minute stroll to the beach.

We have various types of accommodation ranging from self-contained open plan and two bedroom bures, self-contained one, two and three bedroom apartments/villas, spa bures and motel style bures. We can accommodate from 1 to 7 people. All of our accommodation contains an en-suite and balcony.

Paradise Palms facilities consist of a large outdoor swimming pool, heated ouotdoor spa, heated indoor pool/spa, games room (with game machines), BBQ areas, guest laundry, licensed restaurant and a wedding chapel.

You could have your wedding in our romantic Wedding Chapel and then continue the celebration in our licensed restaurant and honeymoon in Paradise.

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