“Complete Nymboida Loop ” is a scenic, twisty, easy motorcycle ride in New South Wales, Australia.
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October 12, 2007
ride visits Toormina, Sawtell, Boambee, Repton, Fernmount, Bellingen and 9 other places.
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  • Coffs Harbour Marina

  • Fish Co-op toursist shops cafes go for a walk out the breakwall and over Big Muttonbird Island to see whales in as close as 200m off the island

  • Toormina

    at 9km
  • Boambee Headland

    at 11km
  • view to North can see Coffs Harbour Airport Boambee beach to the Harbour area

  • Sawtell

    at 12km
  • plenty of nice alfresco dining spots along the street under large trees

  • Sawtell Headland

    at 14km
  • Can see Smokey Cape out on horizon to the south. It looks like an island but is actually part of the Mainland

  • Boambee

    at 19km
  • Bonville

    at 23km
  • Local Fruit & vegetable shop & fuel here. Watch the Speed Camera here too

  • Repton

    at 31km
  • Waterfall Way Turnoff

    at 34km
  • Fernmount

    at 42km
  • Bellingen

    at 46km
  • Popular tourist stop, good bargains from the markets on weekends and also holds a great jazz festival

  • Thora

    at 60km
  • Local Store last Petrol until you get to Dorrigo Now you have 14klms all uphill on the side of the mountain :)

  • 1st Waterfall

    at 66km
  • After heavy rains the falls here can go right across the road and close the road. 1 lane across the face of the falls with 'Give Way' sign to uphill traffic. There is a parking area and lookout here to stop. Views out over the valley below

  • 2nd Waterfall

    at 67km
  • Road narrows to 1 lane here also to cross the falls 'Give Way' sign to uphill traffic

  • Scenic Skywalk turnoff

    at 70km
  • If you want to walk on air go out to the skywalk and walk out over the top of the trees and mountain void some spectacular views here

  • Dorrigo

    at 74km
  • turn right at the Obelisk to go to Dorrigo Waterfalls. 100m down on left call into 'Juans Cafe' renowned as smallest motorcycle museum in the world. Lots of interesting posters and a few bikes to check out

  • Tyringham Rd Turnoff

    at 75km
  • Turn Right for an Alternate Route: some good winding sweeping bends this way

  • Deer Vale

    at 97km
  • Armidale Rd Intersection

    at 111km
  • Left takes you to Ebor, Armidale Tamworth. Plod occasionally cruises through here to Dorrigo.

  • Hernani

    at 119km
  • Tyringham Rd

    at 133km
  • This is where the alternate route through North Dorrigo comes out. If you aren't grinning yet the fun is not over not by a long shot It is just beginning.

  • Dundurrabin

    at 140km
  • Warning: The road ahead does not have livestock fencing for the next 50klms so watch out for roaming livestock and of course the odd kangaroo or two
    ps: bet you lose count of the corners too. :P

  • Nymboida Roadhouse

    at 178km
  • Nice place to stop and enjoy a meal while overlooking the river below. Albeit some staff need educating in hospitality. Accomodation is available here also

  • Coutts Crossing

    at 205km
  • Pub here is not bad for a meal or cold drink. Fuel Station here also

  • Orara Way Turnoff

    at 212km
  • Continue Straight ahead here to go into Grafton (only a few klms). All amenities are available there.

  • Glenreagh

    at 249km
  • The local pub 'Golden Dog' is popular stop for local ulysses club members and is bike friendly

  • Nana Glen/Bucca Rd turnoff

    at 261km
  • An Alternate route here if you continue straight to Coffs. Via Coramba, Karangi and enters Coffs from the West.

  • Central Bucca Rd

    at 274km
  • Another Alternate route here if you turn here follow signs to Bruxner Park Lookout, overlooks Coffs Harbour and then winds down the Hill through Banana Plantations quite twisty.

  • Moonee Beach

    at 279km
  • The Big Banana

    at 287km
  • Noted toursist stop with plenty to see or do here. Iceskating indoor ski slope, toboggan. See and sample traditional rock candy made at the candy Factory.

  • Coffs Harbour

    at 290km
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