Friday, 25 June 2021
This rare surviving jetty was the longest coastal timber jetty built in the late 19th Century during a key period of shipping transportation in NSW.
Once part of an extensive coastal network of infrastructure supporting the transportation of goods and people along the NSW coast, Coffs Harbour Jetty is a now in active use by the community for recreation and sporting activities.
The State Heritage Register listing will ensure that the significance of the Coffs Harbour Jetty will continue to be recognised and protected for future generations.
Photo: Lucy Hampton, Heritage NSW