365 Places: Sawtell

Day 22: Sawtell, New South Wales, Australia

Looking towards Coff's Harbour, © Tracey Benson 2013

Looking towards Coff’s Harbour, © Tracey Benson 2013

My post today is about a place we would love to live – Sawtell. This little hamlet is situated around 15 minutes south of Coff’s Harbour on the mid-north coast of New South Wales. We spent some time in the Coff’s Harbour region looking around last year, as we are thinking to move there to follow our dream of building an ‘off the grid’ home.

We went to a drive one day and found ourselves in Sawtell and fell in love with the main street, with its beautiful Moreton Bay figs aligning the middle of the street. The beaches around this area are magnificent, as is most of the NSW coast. Although I would say that parts of the south coast are more beautiful, the water is quite a bit colder, whereas around the Coff’s area, the ocean is the perfect swimming temperature. This region also boasts having the best climate in Australia, according to the Commonwealth Scientific Industrial Research Organisation (CSIRO) – not too hot or cold.

Anyway, Sawtell is a place with a lot of character and a lot of potential. One day soon, I hope we turn our daydreams into reality and make to move to warmer climes.

Main Street, Sawtell, Image Credit: Sawtell Gazette

Main Street, Sawtell, Image Credit: Sawtell Gazette

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Tracey M Benson is a lover of travel, having a diverse background as an artist, writer and researcher. Working with online environments since 1994, Tracey's experience includes providing digital media, web and social media solutions to government, non-profit, private industry and tertiary sectors. Tracey has made many contributions to TripAdvisor and is now concentrating on writing about her love of travel and many adventures.

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2 comments on “365 Places: Sawtell
  1. ZeldaZia says:

    Very informative blog article.Really looking forward to read more. Cool.
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