Destination Port Stephens

Incredible Port Stephens

Port Stephens is an easy 2.5 hours drive from Sydney, with its beautiful beaches, stunning sand dunes, coastal walks, national parks, pristine waters, carefree laid back lifestyle and a great range of accommodation.
A holiday to Port Stephens is all about the sea and sand, tasting freshly caught seafood, wading in the clear waters and sandboarding down the spectacular Stockton Sand Dunes. Port Stephens is one of the most incredible natural ‘stages’ on earth with a wealth of ‘bucket-list’ worthy experiences waiting for you.
See the majestic dunes standing guard over the Worimi Conservation Lands, feel the warm welcome from the locals, hear the calls of wild dolphins and humpback whales, taste the local produce fresh from the farmgate and smell the salt air.
Come and see for yourself…Port Stephens – incredible by nature!

 

Highlights

  • In a world of big things, there are few as striking and as monumental as the Stockton Bight Sand Dunes in the Worimi Conservation Lands in Port Stephens. From fun adventure to ancient heritage, the Worimi Conservation Lands at Anna Bay and Williamtown offer amazing experiences.
  • If you enjoy being near, or on, the water then you’re going to love Port Stephens! With 26 beautiful beaches, Port Stephens is perfect for a beach holiday. You’ll find plenty of soft sand, sheltered bays and surf breaks. Enjoy lovely strolls, glorious sunrises and majestic sunsets, and keep an eye out for the resident bottlenose dolphins frolicking in the sparkling blue marine park.
  • Whether you’re hiking to the top of Mount Tomaree to marvel at the majestic views, mountain biking through bush trails at Big Rocky, or discovering the hidden beaches – you’ll soon realise that wonders never cease here in Port Stephens.
  • There is no other place in Australia that offers the extraordinary range of bucket-list worthy encounters of Port Stephens. Swimming with wild dolphins in turquoise waters. Quad biking through the largest sand dunes in the Southern Hemisphere’s. Joining a camel train as it trails across Birubi Beach at sunset. Seeing Humpbacks breach in the country’s longest whale watching season. Watching the sunrise on horseback as you canter through salty shores.
  • From fine dining to fish & chips, the abundance of local produce fresh from the farmgate and the fishing trawlers, together with the spectacular location, has put Port Stephens firmly on the map for foodies and top chefs alike. With local farms growing everything from avocados and stone fruit to figs and macadamias – and of course the abundant seafood caught daily – it’s easy for chefs to design menus inspired by the fresh, seasonal produce they find on their doorstep.

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