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Bunker Cartoon Gallery Incorporated

Bunker Cartoon Gallery Incorporated is the Advisory Board to the Bunker Cartoon Gallery in Coffs Harbour. The Bunker Cartoon Gallery is Australia's first and only dedicated cartoon gallery. The Bunker Cartoon Gallery opened its doors in August 1996 and is located in a former World War 2 underground Bunker building. The cartoon gallery was the brainchild of the Rotary Club of Coffs Harbour City and the club and its members still play an important role in the operation of the Bunker Gallery today.

Business and Professional Women Coffs Harbour

Business and Professional Women is an international organisation founded in 1919. BPW strives to promote gender equality. By empowering women, the broader community thrives, increasing positive productivity and growth.

BPW Coffs Harbour began in 1972 and is made up of a wide range of women working in the professions, business and industry.
The Club has been proactive in women’s affairs in the community, with a strong focus on professional and personal development. We continue to deliver programs for and about women.

CHATS Productions Inc.

CHATS Productions Inc. is a Coffs Harbour based, amateur community theatre group. An incorporated association, CHATS was founded in 1982, and has performed regularly ever since then. We would be one of the oldest amateur theatrical companies in New South Wales and our 'HOME' is the Jetty Memorial Theatre, Harbour drive, Coffs Harbour.

CHERP Discussion

After over 30 continuous years the group still meets weekly on Wednesdays, presently from 10 to 12 at the Community Centre behind Coles on Harbour Drive.

You must be a member of CHERP to join us but intending new members are welcome to come along and look us over for a free day after first ringing the present chairman, Merv Pitman, on 6652 4657.


CHYFM was launched in 1973 with the concept of nurturing the talents of the youth in the local area.

CHYFM's philosophy is simple: Your Local, We're Local.

CHYFM also loves supporting the local music scene by playing music from unsigned local bands and performers, and in turn, having them support us!

All of our music is played from our studios here at Coffs Harbour Jetty, which means that we choose each day what to play, and how often.

Coffs Calligraphers

Coffs Calligraphers was formed in 1987 to foster and promote the art of Calligraphy - Beautiful Writing - within the local area and its surrounds.

Since then, the group has maintained a continuous presence within the community, participating in exhibitions, craft shows and cultural activities. Coffs Calligraphers has a strong connection with calligraphic societies both nationally and internationally, keeping members up to date and well informed.

Coffs City Choir

Coffs City Choir ( CCC ) performed their first concert under the direction of Hal Evans at the Jetty Memorial Theatre on 29/6/1991 and continues to entertain the Coffs community over 25 years later.

Our audiences include aged care facilities, entertainment for local civic organisations, seasonal concerts for hospitals and churches and community events. The choir has also performed concerts for organisations to raise awareness and to generate funds for a worthwhile cause.

Coffs Coast Business Women's Network Inc

A woman is like a tea bag - you can never tell how strong she is until you put her in hot water. And there is no water hotter than the stormy sea of business.
The Coffs Coast Business Women's Network celebrates & supports all women doing business in our region and we have a lot of fun doing it, in a fun and informal way. Bringing world class speakers to monthly networking events, we provide a platform for growth & education for all business women.

Coffs Coast Micro Business Network

We are a group of Micro Business owners who believe that positive networking will improve our business potential. Our goal is to actively network with each other and the community about each other's businesses.

We meet as a group on the first Tuesday of every month to share news and have information sessions from professional presenters. We also have training sessions for those who need help with their computer and/or business setup. Members of our group are also encouraged to bring issues they would like presented and discussed.

Coffs Flight Simmers

We are a group of Flight Simulator enthusiasts who meet and fly online on a regular basis. The club aims to promote and enhance our members’ flight-simming knowledge and skills.

These are held at 1.30pm on the last Tuesday of each month (excepting December), in the Entertainment Lounge at the Coffs Ex-Services Club.

Online flights are held Monday and Thursday evenings, beginning at 19:00, and Sunday afternoons beginning at 14.30 - Australian Eastern Standard Time (ZULU + 10.00).

Coffs Harbour Bridge Club

Coffs Harbour Bridge Club is one of the friendliest clubs on the Mid North Coast. There are 5 days of play for both Open & Restricted Sections. Beginners, Supervised and Improvers sessions are available. We welcome visitors to our club. Play is Monday 1pm (Open & Restricted); Tuesday 7pm; Wednesday 1pm; Friday 9.30 am (Open & Restricted) and Saturday 1pm.

For more information phone Barbara on 0409528375 or visit our web site

Coffs Harbour District Family History Society Inc.

The Coffs Harbour District Family History Society was formed in July 1984 with the aim of helping the residents of the Coffs Harbour District to research the Family History. The Society promotes and encourages the study and preservation of family histories and allied subjects. We are able to offer members the use of an extensive collection of genealogical materials from Australia and overseas, as well as the skills and experience and other members.

Coffs Harbour Kids Playgroup

A fun and relaxed playgroup for children aged 0-6 and their parents, grandparents and carers. Mondays (except public holidays) from 9.30am to 11.30am at the Wesleyan Methodist Church, Bray St, Coffs Harbour. Bring a hat and morning tea for your child. A cup of tea is provided. Hope to see you there for some serious fun!!

Coffs Harbour Never Forgotten Australians

The Coffs Harbour Never Forgotten Australians is a support group for adult survivors of institutionalisation and out of home care.
We meet on the third Tuesday of each month at the Coffs harbor Neighbourhood Centre and alternate Mondays for social events.
If you would like to come along or simply find out more about our group you can contact Kerry at
Or call the Coffs Harbour Neighbourhood Centre
(02) 6648 3694

Coffs Harbour Physie and Dance

Coffs Harbour Physie and Dance is a fun and friendly dance school incorporating modern dance, contemporary, lyrical and jazz funk to create an exciting, edgy and energetic sport for all ages!

Coffs Harbour Physie and Dance is a part of the Australian Physie and Dance Association (APDA). Under the direction of Australia’s finest creative Physie instructors and choreographers, we offer the opportunity of exploring dance, rhythm and music in a safe and nurturing environment with a friendly and supportive atmosphere designed to make dance and fitness fun and rewarding!

Coffs Harbour South Rotary Club

Welcome to the Rotary Club of Coffs Harbour South, the host Club of the giant annual Coffs Harbour Bookfest.

Come and enjoy a meeting of the Rotary Club of Coffs Harbour South. You will be made very welcome, join us in fellowship, be entertained and educated by our guest speaker and learn about Rotary and what our Service Club is doing for the community.

If you want more information and can’t find it on the web site, just give us a call or write to us. You will find names and phone numbers for our Club Officials under Enquiries.

Coffs Harbour Writers Group Inc.

The Coffs Harbour Writers Group Inc. was established in 1986 for the purpose of creating an environment of support and encouragement for aspiring writers.

Coffs Mac Users

An Australian group of Apple Macintosh computer users based in northern NSW, Australia. Sharing information, and inspiring New and Seasoned apple users, on all things Apple.

Meetings are free and are held the 2nd Wednesday of each month from 5:30PM at Coffs Computing Services, 160a Pacific Highway (next to the Bailey Centre), Coffs Harbour

Coffs Regional Community Gardens

The Coffs Community Gardens site is located on the Eastern side of the Combine St. Reserve, Combine St. on part Lot DP533050, part Lot DP243762 and part Lot DP791146. We can be found on Google Maps as 53 Combine St., Coffs Harbour. We incorporate garden areas, individual plots, a mandella style garden, food forests and fruit tree orchard, native plants, exotic plants, a covered meeting space, water capture and recycling systems, an aquaponics system, solar power system, and composting toilet.

Coffs Seniors Computer Club

The Coffs Seniors Computer Club meets Monday mornings (except public holidays) at the Cavanbah Centre, near cnr Harbour Dve & Earl St, Coffs Harbour.
Free parking is available outside the hall (4hr limit), or behind the hall (in Community Village carpark off Earl St).

Our voluntary tutors provide a wide range of topics for members to choose. Members are encouraged to bring their questions to every session. Members’ computer skills range from raw beginners to very tech savvy!

Custodius Haliestos - The Osprey Guard

The Osprey Guard is a Medieval Reenactment Group reliving activities and recreating handcrafts from the Dark Ages to Middle Ages. While we primarily do this for our own enjoyment the group is also available for display events and demonstrations.

English-Chinese Language Society

To encourage the cross learning between English and Mandarin / Cantonese speakers in an educational environment condusive to learning and friendship

Girl Guides - Coffs Harbour District

Coffs Harbour Girls Guides are part of Girl Guides NSW & ACT, which with other state organisations makes up Girl Guides Australia, which in turn is a member of the World Association of Girl Guides and Girls Scouts! Join is and be part of a worl-world movement with over 10 million members!!

Our Mission is to enable girls and young women to grow into confident, self respecting, responsible community members.
Girls of 5 to 18 years have fun and learn skills that develop their self-confidence and community responsibility.


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