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There are approximately 28 000 individuals in this North Coast destination.
Sydney, the state capital, is roughly 150 kilometres to the southwest of this destination. Alternatively, Tea Gardens is 12 kilometres to the north.
Kids coming too? You're in luck, this area has activities for every family member! One of the most recommended spots is Australian Reptile Park. If the kids are still bouncing off the walls, you can then head over to Salamander Super Strike, another attraction worth considering.
The sea is home to millions of species, so you and your little ones had better start introducing yourselves. Plan a trip to Irukandji Shark & Ray Encounters to encounter some of the familiar, and the not so familiar, aquatic species of our blue planet.
If you enjoy a tasty glass of beer, visit the Murray's Craft Brewing Co and discover how this classic drink is created.
Wine has been used in celebration since at least 6000 B.C. You'll be grateful to your ancestors at the Port Stephens Winery, where ancient practices have fused with the new to create a local wine collection of the highest standards.
Tomaree National Park is a lovely green space to have a break from seeing all those sights. Alternatively, go for some exercise or simply watch the birds at Longworth Park or Corlette Point Park.
Don't hit the frog and toad without making a trip to one of the local nature reserves and parks. Two main spots are Winda Woppa Reserve and Myall Lakes National Park. Do you have a few more days? Then you'll want to consider Dark Point Aboriginal Place and Tomaree Head as well.
Travellers who love nature will be pleased to discover that Port Stephens cares about its gorgeous oceans. Fly Point Marine Reserve is a conservation spot that provides a refuge for ocean critters.
Slip back into Port Stephens' past at Bulahdelah Court House and Stroud Clock Tower, two of Port Stephens' unique historic sites.
Get a glimpse of the holy side of this area at Baptist Tabernacle. Time may have passed it by, but this only contributes to the atmosphere of this important site.
Gan Gan Hill Lookout presents to travellers a chance to check out a little slice of this city's identity.
Even if you couldn't care less about their historical import, the impressive appearance of some of the area's diverse lighthouses make them worth visiting. Sugarloaf Point Lighthouse and Nelson Head Lighthouse draw great numbers of locals and tourists alike who are keen to experience the region's interesting seafaring culture. If you can free up one or two extra days, your mob might also enjoy visiting Point Stephens Lighthouse or Heritage Light House Cottage.
At Salamander Bay Shopping Centre you can hang with the locals, browse the shops and give that credit card of yours some time in the spotlight.
Port Stephens, with its superb selection of golf courses, is known to entice the golf pro and casual enthusiast alike. To get yourself started, there's the Karuah and District Golf Club or the Hawks Nest Golf Club. If that's not going to be enough time on the fairway to make a holiday worthwhile, the Bulahdelah Golf Club and the Nelson Bay Golf Club should work to fulfil that need for golf.
If you're pressed for time but you and your mates still hope to fit in a couple more local activities, you have loads of choice. So, grab your itinerary and pencil in visits to the Toboggan Hill Park, Myall Park, and the Stroud Country Club.
Situated near the beach, this luxury aparthotel is within 1 mi (2 km) of Salamander Bay Square and Toboggan Hill Park. Dutchmans Beach and Gan Gan Hill Lookout ...
11 Oct. - 12 Oct.
Situated near the beach, this aparthotel is within 3 mi (5 km) of Point Stephens Lighthouse, Nelson Head Lighthouse and d'Albora Marinas Nelson Bay. Dutchmans ...
11 Oct. - 12 Oct.
Located in the heart of Nelson Bay, this apartment building is within a 10-minute walk of Nelson Bay Golf Club and d'Albora Marinas Nelson Bay. Dutchmans Beach ...
18 Oct. - 19 Oct.
Located in Corlette, this beachfront hotel is on the boardwalk, just steps away from Corlette Point Park and Anchorage Marina Port Stephens. Salamander Bay and ...
25 Oct. - 26 Oct.
Located in the heart of Nelson Bay, this motel is within a 15-minute walk of d'Albora Marinas Nelson Bay, Nelson Bay Golf Club and Dutchmans Beach. Tomaree National ...
11 Oct. - 12 Oct.
Situated in Nelson Bay, this golf hotel is within 1 mi (2 km) of d'Albora Marinas Nelson Bay and Fly Point Marine Reserve. Gan Gan Hill Lookout and Nelson Head ...
21 Oct. - 22 Oct.
Situated near the beach, this luxury apartment building is within a 10-minute walk of d'Albora Marinas Nelson Bay and Nelson Bay Golf Club. Fly Point Marine ...
13 Oct. - 14 Oct.
Situated near the beach, this hotel is within a 15-minute walk of d'Albora Marinas Nelson Bay, Nelson Bay Golf Club and Dutchmans Beach. Fly Point Marine Reserve ...
8 Oct. - 9 Oct.
Offering direct access to the beach, this One Mile campsite is steps away from Tomaree National Park and One Mile Beach Reserve. Worimi Conservation Lands and ...
11 Oct. - 12 Oct.
Situated in Soldiers Point, this beach lodge is 4.7 mi (7.6 km) from Salamander Bay Square and 11.7 mi (18.8 km) from Port Stephens Winery.
25 Sep. - 26 Sep.
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