National Parks & Walks

Tomaree Coastal Walk

If you are visiting just for the day or short for time, try a smaller section of the Tomaree Coastal Walk. Choose your own adventure – a flexible walk with multiple entry points along the route. Secondary experience options include: Tomaree Head summit (2 hours) Shoal Bay to Fingal Bay (half day) Birubi Point to […]

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Wreck Beach Walk Shoal Bay

If you’re looking for a peaceful spot to soak up the serene marine splendour of Port Stephens, do the easy walk to Wreck Beach – tucked away behind the houses at Shoal Bay and visible from the majestic lookout at Tomaree Head summit. This beach only the locals know. It’s a small private beach that

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Tomaree Head Walk Shoal Bay

Tomaree National Park provides a magnificent backdrop to the coastal towns and villages of Nelson Bay, Shoal Bay, Boat Harbour and Anna Bay. It’s the only place in NSW where you can see outcrops of the acid volcanic rock rhyodacite. It’s an excellent spot for whale watching and offers a range of scenic walks, including

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National Park Walks

Tomaree National Park provides a magnificent backdrop to the coastal towns and villages of Nelson Bay, Shoal Bay, Boat Harbour and Anna Bay. It’s the only place in NSW where you can see outcrops of the acid volcanic rock rhyodacite. It’s an excellent spot for whale watching and offers a range of scenic walks, including

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Lookouts Port Stephens

Gan Gan HillGan Gan Hill Lookout Gan Gan Hill is Port Stephens highest and most accessible lookout due to the fact you can drive right to the top of the mountain. At a height of 160m, experience 360 degree commanding views of the whole of Port Stephens, right through to Newcastle in the south and

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