Coffs Harbour webcams
Live webcam vision of the Coffs Harbour entrance and boat ramp, plus weather updates to help you prepare for a safe boat trip.
About Coffs Harbour
Coffs Harbour was formed by the construction of breakwaters and reclamation, joining two offshore islands to the mainland. The northern island, named Muttonbird Island, 44m in height and about 600m in length, lies 900m off the shore with which it is connected by a breakwater. The southern side of the harbour was formed by joining to the mainland, by reclamation, what was formerly named South Coffs Island.
When planning a bar crossing or going offshore, carefully consider the suitability of your vessel to handle the conditions.
Transport for NSW has installed live webcam vision at the Coffs Harbour Boat Ramp. This will provide members of the community a live feed of the coastal conditions, to help boaters and skippers prepare for a safe trip.
Local weather update
We recommend that skippers do not attempt to access the channel and boat ramp at low tide, as sand build-up is making it very difficult to access the mouth of the channel at low tide.
The information contained herein is published as a guide only and Transport for NSW does not accept any responsibility for errors or omissions, or for any loss or damage incurred by any person directly or indirectly relying on such information. The use of the information is at the user's own risk.
Transport for NSW cameras may incidentally capture and retain footage of members of the public who pass a camera located at or near a waterway. This may include individuals such as pedestrians, vessel operators, vehicle drivers and carpark users.
TfNSW strives to minimise this incidental collection of personal information by adjusting the field of vision to focus on waterways. If you have concerns about your personal information, please contact Transport for NSW.