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The story of the Coffs Harbour Jetty

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The Jetty is an icon for Coffs Harbour because it was part of the beginning of the city’s economic growth. Before the jetty was built, logs were hauled to a site at the showground by bullock teams.  From there they were rolled into Coffs Creek and floated to its mouth on the outgoing tide by using bullock teams, ropes and pulleys. The logs were manoeuvred through the water to waiting ships beyond the line of surf.  Using ships’ winches, the logs were hoisted aboard. The process of loading was difficult and hazardous and, as the industry grew, it was necessary to construct a suitable jetty.

The builder A builder and contractor, Mr Thomas L Lawson, was the successful tenderer.  Construction of the new jetty began in 1890.  The original length was 1641 feet (500.17m).    During construction a violent storm washed away 300 ft (91.5m) of the partially built structure.  The total expenditure of the completed jetty in August 1892 was £12,482 1s 8d ($24,964.10). The Public Works Department (PWD) accepted control of the jetty and was responsible for all future maintenance and improvements. The jetty was described in a newspaper article as ‘an outlet for our produce and an inlet for our necessities’.

Opening of the Jetty Adjacent to the shore end of the jetty were calf and sheep pens, a goods shed and a wharfinger’s cottage. On completion of the goods shed the opening ceremony was arranged by Messrs Lee, Marles and Gill for Friday 5 August 1892.  A beautiful arch was erected over the western end of the jetty and the goods shed was adorned with ferns, greenery and flags and delicious food was presented there.  A banner suspended from the arch bore the words “Success to Coffs Harbor” while from a cord profusely decorated with flowers and ribbons hung the bottle of “fizz” with which the oldest resident of Coffs Harbour, Mr Peter Moller, was to perform the opening ceremony. The arrival of Mr O. O. Dangar, Member of the Legislative Assembly, at 11.30am was received with cheers.  A large crowd gathered to witness the ceremony which, after a few words from Mr Moller, was duly performed amid cheers. Mr James Gill, Wharfinger, then read an address to Mr Dangar on behalf of the residents. Mr Dangar responded to the speech congratulating the people on the completion of the work. After the speeches, the Coramba Brass Band played suitable music and then a special luncheon was held.  At dusk, some people departed but others enjoyed a ball in the goods shed.

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Development of the jetty In 1909 a new 80ft x 30 ft (24.38m x 9.14m) cargo shed was provided, as well as a large waiting shed at the outer end of the jetty and additional trollies.  In 1909-10 the outer end of the jetty was widened and a duplicate tram line laid. In 1911 the Public Works Department imported a new 1910 steam locomotive (Orenstein & Koppel No. 4365) and the jetty was strengthened to accommodate it.  This replaced the draught horses previously used to pull the trollies. In 1912 gas lighting was added to the jetty.  In 1914 widening of the jetty to 41 feet (12.49m) and construction of 320 feet (97.53m) extension was completed. During 1915 the rails were converted to 4 ft 8 ½ in to be compatible with the new railway line being laid from Raleigh to Coffs Harbour.

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In April 1946 further extensions were completed.  The jetty was widened at its base to accommodate a loop line to the new Northern Timber Depot and the track layout on the jetty was altered considerably.

Jetty Cranes A single railway line of 3ft 6in gauge was laid along the centre.  A five-ton (4.53 tonnes) capacity steam derrick crane, built by Rogers of Newcastle, was erected near the end of the jetty for loading vessels.  The first crane driver was Dan Shea.  Pop Sampson and Cecil Owen Walsh were engine drivers. A number of small wooden trollies were provided for the conveyance of cargo along the jetty. In 1906-07 the crane was replaced by a 7 1/2-ton (6.80 tonne) capacity steam derrick one from the Clarence Harbour Works, built by Ransomes and Rapier.  By 1909, increased traffic at the port facilities necessitated the jetty to be upgraded. In 1914 a second steam crane (10-ton capacity) was erected at the outer end of the jetty.

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Two new steam cranes were purchased for use on the jetty in 1928-29.  The first was a five and a half ton (4.98 tonne) capacity crane at the base of the jetty and the second, a seven and a half ton (6.80 tonne) capacity travelling crane.

In 1947 a timber floodlighting tower was erected to facilitate night work. Two diesel electric travelling cranes, Nos 209 and 210, provided prominent landmarks in the port area.  The cranes were constructed by Messrs. Stothert and Pitt of Bath, England in 1944 for use in the Normandy invasion of France.   No. 210, which was bought from Evans, Deakin and Co Ltd of Brisbane, was erected on the jetty in December 1947 with special rails being laid for it.

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In 1949 electric travelling gear was installed on the crane.  By July of that year the North Berth steam crane had been removed, leaving No. 210 as the sole operational crane.  This was later joined by No. 209, the inner crane, identical to the other one, which was supplied by the State Dockyard.  This crane became operational in August 1955.  The main function of the cranes was to load timber onto ships but, they were also used for jetty maintenance, especially pile driving.  With the cessation of regular shipping from Coffs Harbour in the mid-1970s they fell into disuse.  After 1973 owners of fishing vessels relied on the cranes to lift their boats on and off the jetty for maintenance and servicing.

Shipping The first cargo loaded at the jetty was a consignment of sugar from Alexander Herman’s mill at Korora.  Although the jetty was not completely finished, Mr Lawson allowed Mr Herman to use the builders’ trucks to carry the sugar to a chute at the end of the structure, where it was loaded into the tiny ship Byron commanded by Captain Hunter. Over a ten-year period from 1906, more than 400 ships a year called at the jetty.    During the following years, better rail transport and improved road conditions plus the build-up of sand in the harbour resulted in fewer ships calling at the jetty.

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The most popular passenger vessel to leave Coffs Harbour for Sydney was the SS Fitzroy , commanded by Captain James Colvin.  It left the jetty at 3pm every Sunday arriving in Sydney the next day.  Passengers were embarked in a large basket which was lifted from ship to jetty and back again by one of the jetty cranes.

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Inside the basket were two rows of seats facing each other which held a total of eight people. By the 1970s the jetty had begun to slip into a state of disrepair.  The last regular trading vessel to call at Coffs Harbour, the Abel Tasman , paid its final visit in 1973.  The Lorrana loaded the final commercial shipment on 22 July 1979, when it sailed for Lord Howe Island with a cargo of provisions.

End of Commercial Activity In 1982 most of the railway track was removed to enable replacement of defective timber decking.  Several sheds were demolished and two piles replaced. Due to their unsafe condition, the cranes were demolished by April 1984.  Their removal ended nearly a hundred years of commercial activity on the jetty.

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More details are available in the Jetty’s entry in the NSW State Heritage Register.

Sources Ships and Timber – a short history of Coffs Harbour port and associated railways , Dr John Kramer, 1984, 994.43 KRA Coffs Harbour 100 years down the track , Jean Donn-Patterson, 994.43 DON OPENING OF COFFS HARBOR JETTY. (1892, August 10).  Macleay Argus (Kempsey, NSW : 1885 – 1907; 1909 – 1910; 1912 – 1913; 1915 – 1916; 1918 – 1954) , p. 4. http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article234191457 Reminiscences of Jetty Town , 2015, 994.43 REM

The Advocate – 17 August 1956 First cargo 10 December 1981 Cranes on jetty 2 May 1992 Save the jetty fund 22 July 1992 Working model of Timmsvale Sawmill 31 July 1992 The Centenary 1 August 1992 Gala Ball for centenary 4 August 1992 Outlet for produce inlet for necessity 14 May 2001 PWD have control of jetty.  Replacement of crane Jetty Times,  9 March 1996 Jetty restoration The Coffs Harbour Advocate,  14 October 1997 Re-opening ceremony

Acknowledgement Compiled by Museum volunteer, Marie Davey

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12 thoughts on “The story of the Coffs Harbour Jetty”

Top quality content! Read this while walking the jetty!

Thanks Brett, I hope you continue to enjoy our stories.

Thanks for the article, even though I grew up in Coffs in the 70’s & 80’s, I learned some new things. I found this because I wanted to understand more about the significance of the commercial fishing industry in Coffs at the time and the use of the Jetty to support same. I think perhaps the commercial fishing industry was significant around this time. I have fond memories of holding my father’s hand whilst balancing along the rail tracks as a young child in the mid 70’s. We went now and then in the morning for a stroll along the jetty to join the hive of activity that was to view the trawlers haul, as did many people. I recall the Jetty was lined with fishing trawlers (mostly along the northern side) and although it was awfully smelly it was so very interesting to see what they had brought back from out at sea. I now wonder if they were just servicing the local area or if the catch was also transported by train to other regions.. if so the jetty was definitely an asset to fisherman as well. Also I think the original jetty was higher before the rebuild.. it seemed like it after a revisit and recalling jumping off as a teen after school!!

Thanks for your recollections of the jetty as a child and teenager growing up in Coffs Harbour. We hope to have a post soon detailing more about the history of the fishing industry which will help answer some of your questions as to what was happening at the jetty.

Not mentioned is the small boats, under the Jetty, that the fisherman used, to go out to their fishing boats. The locals fished from the Lower Jetty, down the stairs, as well as from the Upper Jetty. As a child, walking on the Jetty, the cranes looked huge; when the Abel Tasman was in, being loaded, their was a lot of activity on the Jetty and we were told not to get “in the road” as children. There seemed to be a lot of Railway Line that we had to be “careful not to fall over”. I remember seeing fishing boats on the beach, near the Yacht club, after rough seas, from a cyclone, that damaged roof at the Jetty. There was a lot of logs piled up behind the Jetty, Yacht club side of the beach, for many years. The big shed, used by the Railways is now gone as well as the water tank. The explosives are no longer kept, by council, in the Bunker in front of the Fisherman’s Club.

Hi Alice, Thanks for your interesting comments and reflections of the jetty and the area around it. Do you have any time-frames for when you remember these details from?

Lovely to read the potted history of the Jetty but surprised there’s no mention of the Britannia and the Queen’s visit to the Jetty in 1970? It was a surreal and remarkable event and the Jetty was front and centre with the enormous ship parked adjacent and the limousines and public lined up on the jetty waiting in the sun for hours for the royal arrival and glimpse of a Queen.

Hello Tamra, thanks for your comment. We have featured the visit of the Royal tour of Australia (and Coffs Harbour) in a different way – see the related content in our online service Coffs Collections at https://coffs.recollect.net.au/nodes/view/69257 .

Came across you page when looking into some I my families history, I’m the great Gandson of Daniel Shea, the crane driver mentioned as Dan Shea in your article, will share with other family members

Thank you for letting us know Barry. If you have stories related to that time, please let us know. You will find more photographs in our newer service Coffs Collections @ coffs.recollect.net.au too. regards, Debbie

Can you tell me what is the current length of the Jetty, I have been told it was originally 500Mtrs but was shortened at some stage.

Hi Patrick, the jetty measures approximately 360m long with a width of 6.5m at the shore and 15m at the sea end. This detail is from the State Heritage Inventory at https://www.hms.heritage.nsw.gov.au/App/Item/ViewItem?itemId=5056289 .

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Yacht Club Future Redevelopment to Be Explored

Published on 08 December 2022

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An agreement between the NSW Government, Coffs Harbour Yacht Club and City of Coffs Harbour that ultimately aims to help the Club achieve its vision of becoming a water sports centre of excellence and a tourism and community hub at the heart of the Jetty Precinct is to be put in place.

The agreement – a Memorandum of Understanding or MOU –  outlines an Expression of Interest (EOI) process to be undertaken by the Yacht Club to explore the potential scale of redevelopment and to secure funding partners.

It is not anticipated that the City will contribute directly to the redevelopment of the Yacht Club facilities, but City staff will continue to provide time and expertise to the Club through its role as the Crown Land Manager.

Once the scope of the development has been established, and funding partners engaged, the Club could then be provided with a lease that reflects the level of investment secured for the site.

“The lease renewal process has been affected by new Crown Land Management legislation introduced by the NSW Government in 2018. The State Government is the owner of all Crown Land in NSW,” said Steve Bayliss, City of Coffs Harbour’s Director Business Services.

“Initially, the legislation didn’t allow the City, as Crown Land Manager, to approve new and long-term renewals of leases without new approved Plans of Management.  But this issue was subsequently rectified through an amendment to the regulation.”

The timeline for the next steps of the process, which can now be accommodated within a 2-year lease extension, is:

  • Final MOU agreed - 8 December 2022
  • Finalise EOI process and documentation - 13 March 2023
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AN AGREEMENT between the NSW Government, City of Coffs Harbour and Coffs Harbour Yacht Club (CHYC) was passed at Council’s meeting on Thursday 8 December which ultimately aims to help the Club achieve its vision of becoming a water sports centre of excellence and a tourism and community hub at the heart of the Jetty Precinct.

The agreement – a Memorandum of Understanding or MOU – outlines a two-year Expression of Interest (EOI) process to be undertaken by the Yacht Club to explore the potential scale of redevelopment and to secure funding partners.

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“This Memorandum means the Club’s endeavours to retain and improve our facility is now formalised,” CHYC Commodore John Wait told News Of The Area.

It is not anticipated that the City will contribute directly to the redevelopment of the Yacht Club facilities, but City staff will continue to provide time and expertise to the Club through its role as the Crown Land Manager.

Once the scope of the development has been established, and funding partners engaged, the Club could then be provided with a lease that reflects the level of investment secured for the site.

The lease renewal process has been affected by new Crown Land Management legislation introduced by the NSW Government in 2018.

The State Government is the owner of all Crown Land in NSW.

Initially, the legislation didn’t allow the City, as Crown Land Manager, to approve new and long-term renewals of leases without new approved Plans of Management, but this issue was subsequently rectified through an amendment to the regulation.

“The Club has always sought a secure long-term lease so that any investment would be secure and stable.

“Under this agreement, the security of a long-term lease will be realised after the level of improvement has been defined and funding becoming available.

“Government funding and private investment funding will be explored so that we can deliver the Club’s Vision Statement.”

The first stage is already underway, in that the CHYC has identified the possibilities relative to the site.

“We are now seeking funding sources and or partnerships to bring the potential to fruition.

“We were virtually bound by bureaucracy and protocol to engage with this Memorandum,” said John.

“It has not changed or altered the Club’s commitment or future aspirations in any way.”

Feelings amongst Coffs Harbour Yacht Club management is that the MOU means they will be supported in a more formal manner from this point on.

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Coffs Harbour police patrols increased after woman bashed unconscious on walking track in third violent assault in seven days

P olice have ramped up patrols at Coffs Harbour on the New South Wales Mid North Coast following three violent assaults in seven days.

In the latest attack, on Wednesday, a 45-year-old woman was assaulted and lay unconscious on a popular walking track for several hours.

Her attacker has not been found.

The assault follows the stabbing murder of 21-year-old surfer Kye Schaefer and a violent robbery last Thursday. 

A man has been arrested in relation to the robbery, but there have been no arrests over the murder.

Coffs Clarence Police District crime manager Detective Chief Inspector Guy Flaherty said while there is no link between the assault of the woman, the murder and the robbery, local police have been diverted to the area to improve public confidence.

"We re-tasked a number of police specifically around the Coffs Harbour CBD and jetty area to gather information," he said. 

"To assure the public the police are about, and to minimise the chances of these offences being repeated."

Police concerned victim lay unconscious for hours

Police said the 45-year-old woman was attacked on an early morning walk at about 5:30am on Wednesday, on the Coffs Creek Walkway, a popular 8.5 kilometre loop track through the centre of Coffs Harbour.

It was hours later, at around 10:20am, that she was discovered in a semi-conscious state next to the trail.

Chief Inspector Flaherty said police were concerned by the length of time the woman lay unconscious without help from passers by.

"Certainly, the level of assault that occurred on this 45-year-old lady is concerning," he said.

"What is more concerning is that we believe that she has been lying adjacent to that walking trail ... within clear view for some hours.

"People may have seen her or perhaps have seen the offender leaving the area."

Chief Inspector Flaherty said the woman was attacked after she stopped to sit near a rope swing at Coffs Creek to observe the sunrise.

"We believe she was set upon by an unknown male offender, described only as medium to large build," he said.

"She may have been struck with blunt force either with an object or by fists.

"Detectives are being open minded as to whether or not the two parties may have known each other from the previous morning's walk."

Following the attack, police confirmed that the 45-year-old woman has since been discharged from Coffs Harbour Hospital.

The assault comes after 21-year-old Kye Schaefer was murdered less than 3 kilometres away at the car park of Coffs Harbour Surf Life Saving Club.

No arrests have been made in that case, and a murder weapon has not been located.

Police are encouraging anyone near the area between 6:00am and 10:20am to contact Crimestoppers.

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Location was lovely. No menus so had to order off the app. It was very pricey for what you got. The banana bread that was brought out was so skinny, unevenly cut and just had a dollop of butter on top, for $8 something was... way overpriced! I was shocked when the waitress brought it out and I said that seems very small and she rudely said, ‘that’s the size they are’ and walked off. As if that wasn’t off putting enough, there was a staff member that couldn’t stop coughing the whole time we were there! We also had to ask for knives and forks and had to wait nearly 5 mins for them to be brought out so breakfast wasn’t only bland but half cold too! Would not return, rude staff, poor food quality and overpriced. More

What a great location for breakfast - beautiful views of the beach and ocean. It was a wonderful morning with excellent weather for a breakfast. I enjoyed the Big Brekky (of course who doesn't love a good Australian breakfast) and my wife loved the Eggs... Benedict. Hats off the chef as all parts of the breakfast were beautifully cooked - the bacon was tasty and perfectly cooked, as were the sausages, mushrooms, eggs and hash brown. While much of the Yacht Club is dated and desperately needs attention, the breakfast was really good. Highly recommended for breakfast. More

Great place to visit & enjoy the views , not to mention the good food. The staff make ypu so welcome especially front of restaurantr Amy!. Always a smile on her face and always not to busy to help you make the choice from the... special board or set menu. But did miss Daud Newick the chef! More

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Went here for Mother’s Day breakfast. Ugh. My husband was unable to eat the banana bread which was stale and cold. The bacon and eggs I ordered came out fast- but this meal was also cold. Was it precooked and not properly reheated? I’ll never... know, it was awful. The tea was okay… but not the earl grey I ordered - my husbands drink order didn’t show up. The photos online are horribly misleading. There are no tablecloths, the tables are not beautifully laid, the cutlery that is handed to you as you order us old and bent and the Formica tables are chipped and stained. Old old old. Just like the food. Go to the markets instead! More

Our order was very simple, yet they got it wrong and they were so understaffed that it was pointless trying to get them to fix it. We have been here before and loved it, but were left hungry this time. We ordered and paid for... mugs of coffee, we received cups. My breakfast was missing the mushrooms. My daughters breakfast had syrup everywhere when we asked for none. I appreciate that it is hard to get good staff and get them to wear masks, most had them around their chins - I mention this as I got a covid alert from the service nsw app as I checked in to the venue. Just topped off a disappointing experience. Me he’s weren’t wiped down and went from one table to another. Honestly little to no care for patrons in a pandemic. More

Food was delicious and came out quickly. Staff were on the ball with food as it was delivered to the right people despite be being part of a large group that ordered individual meals. Can recommend the duck linguine, although there wasn't a negative comment... about any of the food that was ordered. More

Went here as part of a large group, all ordered individually but meals all came out together and in great time. They had just put on the new winter menu that day and it was hard to choose what to eat! I got the lamb... shank and it was amazing, my friends all loved their meals too. Nothing bad to say, was a lovely dining experience in Coffs :) More

We went for a familiy outing before Christmas. We took Cesar Salad, Prwan linguinine, Beef Salad and another salad on the menu.it was Saturday lunch time. Within 4 hours after the meal we where all so sick that it ruined our day, we live and... come from different places but called each other, we just sent 24h on in the bathroom. I’m a qualified chef so I’m sure this means this place has severe hygiene Problems. A shame. I will ever eat again in there. More

Went for dinner with older family. Told to order with phone and I said we can’t do that as Aunt wanted to pay. We were ignored for over half an hour. Had to go to bar and get own drinks. Tried to attract waitresses attention.... Told, from a distance, we had to order at counter! Prices so expensive yet you can’t get table service. Waitresses were so unfriendly! Terrible!!!! More

I was remiss at not having been to Yachties before. Stunning location with views to the beach, oceans and jetty. Good variety of menu selections and lots of seafood. Meal sizes are a nice amount for lunch, prices are up there but the quality was... worthy. Great specials menu. Friendly staff. More

Nasty! So disappointing Ordered the fish (snapper) and chips/salad. The meal looked large and nice when it came out. Looks can be deceiving There were two pieces of fish, one was barely edible the other was nasty, like rubber, you could bounce it on the... plate! Yuck! The chips were undercooked and soggy, the salad was ok. So sad that this Coffs icon has gone to the dogs. More

Ideal spot for lunch with views stretching all the way out to South Solitary island, we ordered the salt and pepper squid which came with a tasty Asian salad, chips and only $23.00.....and the cheesecake portions we’re huge.

We both ordered the big breakfast and it was definitely that! Nice breakfast and friendly staff. Also great view of the ocean and relaxed atmosphere.

Had an absolutely delicious vegetarian burger here - it was the best I’d had in Australia so far - yummy!!

Good selection of meals for non vegetarians but hopeless choice for vegetarians The only selection was pumpkin and feta salad as which was smothered in oil. No choice at all for vegans.

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