A raid on a suspected drug syndicate operating on the NSW mid-north coast has unearthed a hydroponic house containing almost $100,000 worth of illicit substances, nine guns and cash.
The Coffs Harbour Region Enforcement Squad - one of a series of new police units designed to disrupt organised crime outside the major cities - searched two men at Kingscliff, just south of Tweed Heads, on Wednesday morning.
The pair were allegedly carrying illicit drugs and cash.
Officers then swooped on a house in Coffs Harbour and another at Upper Orara, 17 kilometres inland, where they allegedly found a hydroponic house, cocaine, cannabis, cash, nine guns and ammunition.
The men, both 37, were charged with drug offences and are expected before Byron Bay Local Court on Thursday.
"This is a significant amount of drugs off our streets, with an estimated street value of $95,000," NSW Police Detective Superintendent Wayne Humphrey said in a statement on Thursday.
"Those who are intent on distributing illicit drugs, that affect the everyday lives of members of the community, will be identified and put before the courts."
AAP understands the men are not known members of an outlaw motorcycle club.