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Prepare to meet some new besties! Approximately 28,000 people reside in this part of North Coast.
The state capital, Sydney, sits 150 kilometres southwest of this destination, while Tea Gardens is situated 12 kilometres north.
Family holidays are all about making lasting memories. When it comes to doing things that everyone can enjoy, it doesn't get much better than Australian Reptile Park and Salamander Super Strike.
The planet's oceans are chock-full of all kinds of marine species. At Irukandji Shark & Ray Encounters, you get the rare opportunity to observe some of these weird and wonderful animals up close.
Do you and your pals enjoy a drink or two? See if there are any scheduled tours and pick the brains of the accomplished brewers at the Murray's Craft Brewing Co.
If you're a lover of all things wine, seize the opportunity to explore one of the area's wineries. You can taste some regional varieties at the Port Stephens Winery.
Pack up your picnic basket with tasty treats and make your way to one of Port Stephens' urban parks for a leisurely outing. Call in at Tomaree National Park, Longworth Park or Corlette Point Park.
Slip on some comfortable walking shoes and prepare to go adventuring. There are lots of nature reserves in this area that are just waiting to be explored. The fresh, clean air and natural surroundings at Winda Woppa Reserve and Dark Point Aboriginal Place are as invigorating as they come. For those who haven't quite had their fix, Tomaree Head and Mount Tomaree are a couple more worth experiencing.
An important area of marine conservation, Fly Point Marine Reserve is overflowing with underwater activity.
Bulahdelah Court House and Stroud Clock Tower help shed light on Port Stephens' days gone by. History geeks should make time for both.
If you're eager to get a glimpse into some local religious customs, take off on a pilgrimage to Baptist Tabernacle.
Most visitors put Gan Gan Hill Lookout towards the top of their to-do list. You won't want to be left out of all the fun, so be sure to include it in yours too.
Rising above the headland, Sugarloaf Point Lighthouse and Nelson Head Lighthouse are compelling structures. If you're interested to learn about how these stately buildings helped provide safe passage for captains out of unpredictable waters, why not see if there are any guided tours scheduled while you're there? Point Stephens Lighthouse and Heritage Light House Cottage are equally impressive ones nearby.
When the time comes to give that wallet of yours a workout, make your way to Salamander Bay Shopping Centre. From the latest fashions to essential supplies, you're certain to come across something to spend your hard-earned coin on.
If your ideal holiday involves a golf green, book a tee time at the Karuah and District Golf Club or the Hawks Nest Golf Club. The Bulahdelah Golf Club and the Nelson Bay Golf Club also promise a challenging round for enthusiasts of all levels.
You may think there's nothing left to visit after seeing Port Stephens' most popular tourist sights, but don't hop on that plane home just yet. There are still a few spots that are worth a peek. Why not enjoy a bit more sightseeing at the Toboggan Hill Park and Myall Park? You could also take a look around Soldiers Point Marina and d'Albora Marinas Nelson Bay.
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Whether you're splashing cash on your honeymoon or seeking budget digs, Port Stephens has you covered! For a cosy room at a cheerful rate, look no further than the Gateway Lifestyle Birubi Beach or the Port Stephens Treescape. Or maybe you'd rather indulge yourself in more luxurious surrounds? Then let the professional staff at the Anchorage Port Stephens and the Bali at the Bay take care of your every need.
9 Feb. - 10 Feb.
Loved our stay - only disappointing this was the restaurant was not running and only found out the night before our stay and would have been good if the pool was slightly warmer, but otherwise no complaints
2 Feb. - 3 Feb.
We stayed here for 2 nights. Property was clean and well maintained. We had a standard 2 bedroom villa. The 2nd room was very small and the kids beds were rather hard.
23 Jan. - 24 Jan.
The ladies at check in were wonderful, the room was spotless and very comfortable with a great view
4 Feb. - 5 Feb.
Great location and quiet Good place to stay for activities like stand up board and bike rides
2 Feb. - 3 Feb.
Great location, kitchenette and pool. I would stay there again.
16 Feb. - 17 Feb.
clean and cozy home away from home, owner was friendly and was happy to chat. will definitely book to stay in the future