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Craig Tansley raises a glass to the coast’s best watering holes.

As the mercury rises in what is set to be one of our hottest summers ever,  some of the best relief you’ll find will be at a beachside bar. From the quiet,  pristine Sapphire Coast all the way up to Queensland, there are world-class bars  nestled along 1973 kilometres of coastline.

From the trendy beer gardens of Byron Bay’s Beach Hotel and Terrigal’s  Florida Beach Bar to family favourites such as Yamba’s Pacific Hotel and the  Huskisson Hotel on Jervis Bay, these are the beachside bars serving up some of  the best views, food and drink on the planet, and where you really must visit  this summer

Read more: http://www.smh.com.au/travel/activity/food-and-wine/views-on-tap-20130111-2cjty.html#ixzz2LgYVGjwm

 

Surf Club Restaurant & Bar, Coffs Harbour

Coffs Harbour missed the tourism boom that shook the NSW north coast. Despite  its pristine beaches and picturesque hinterland, it lacks the sophistication of  Byron and the village feel of Yamba. But the Surf Club Park Beach is evidence  Coffs is changing. There’s no cooler place to be on a Sunday afternoon than on  the beach deck listening to the best local musicians.

Beach Park beach.

Surf rating It’s one of Coffs Harbour’s best surf  beaches.

Where to stay Stroll to nearby Pacific Marina Apartments,  which has huge balconies overlooking the ocean. pacificmarina.com.au.

What to eat Sample tapas as well as seafood from the  trawlers next door.

For the kids Park beach is just 50 metres away and is  patrolled by the surf club, while the Park Beach Reserve is a two-minute  walk.

Corner Ocean Parade and Surf Club Road, Park Beach, Coffs Harbour. (02) 6652  9870, surfclubparkbeach.com.

Read more: http://www.smh.com.au/travel/activity/food-and-wine/views-on-tap-20130111-2cjty.html#ixzz2LgYc5R3s


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