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Knight Club

Where: Mondays and Thursdays at Coffs Harbour Showground from 4-5PM during school terms. Cost: $10

What: Safe, fun, kids after school games and adventure club for ages 5-14.

More than just a sword class (using latex rubber swords only), Knight Club is a complete educational program. The Knight Club is an interactive way of teaching history and developing new skills with your aspiring hero. Build co-ordination, confidence and teamwork skills through entertaining lessons and rubber sword play fantasy games commonly known and hugely popular world wide as LARP (Live Action Role Play)
The Knight Club is an experience for kids 7-14 that provide a viable sport and exercise program, especially for those children who have not embraced traditional Australian sports such as football or cricket. This club is registered and the instructor is qualified with both the Australian Institute of Sport, the NSW Fencing Association and the Martial Arts Industry Australia.

Contact: Find out more on the website and Facebook

Girl Guides – Coffs Harbour District

Girls of 5 to 18 years have fun and learn skills that develop their self-confidence and community responsibility.
Coffs Harbour Girl Guide units meet weekly at the Guide Hall during the school term.


Coffs Harbour Scout Group

Cubs (8-11yrs), Scouts (11-15yrs) and Venturers (11-18yrs) meet once a week at the Coffs Harbour Scout Hall.


Sawtell BMX Club

The Sawtell and District BMX Club located at Hulberts Road Toormina has been in existence for over 20 years. Riders from the age from 4 to 60 can come along and join BMX. One of the age groups are the “Sprockets”  for any rider under the age of 8.

Website: Click here.

Bush n Beach Orienteering Club

late 2013 by a small group of enthusiasts with the aim of promoting the sport of orienteering in Coffs Harbour and surrounding areas. Our club is constantly growing as more and more people experience the fun and excitement of orienteering. Why not come along to one of our events and see for yourself, from first timers to seasoned orienteerers, all are welcome.


The Young Naturalists Club

The Young Naturalists Club (YNC) is a club for budding young nature-lovers who, with support and guidance from adult mentors, can develop their naturalist observation skills into lifelong learning. The group meets one Sunday morning per month to explore a range of local environments and engage in birdwatching, animal tracking, canoeing, snorkelling, beachcombing and other naturalist skills.


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