Port Stephens Area activities

  1. Wreck Beach walk

    If you’re looking for a peaceful spot to soak up the serene marine splendour of Port Stephens, take this short walk to Wreck Beach - tucked away behind the houses at Shoal Bay and visible from the majestic lookout at Tomaree Head summit.  F…

  2. 4WD Tag-Along and Passenger Tours

    Exclusive bush, beach, and sand dune tours - a 4WD tour with a difference! 4WD Tag-Along and Passenger Tours, established in 1998, are owner operated, injury and accident free. Bring your 4WD or come as a passenger. Tag-Along Tours offer…

  3. dAlbora Marinas Nelson Bay

    d'Albora Marinas Nelson Bay is located in the heart of Port Stephens, a picturesque bay, popular for holiday makers and boaties and is known as the 'dolphin capital' of Australia. You'll find a smorgasbord of eateries, from casual cafes…

  4. Tomaree Head Summit Walk

    Take the invigorating short walk to the summit of Tomaree Head, 161 metres above the Port Stephens entrance. As you hike the track, you’ll enjoy unparalleled views of idyllic Port Stephens and its coastline. From the top, you can even see a…

  5. Hunter Region Botanic Gardens

    The Hunter's only Botanic Gardens feature more than 30 hectares of tranquil landscaped gardens displaying the beauty and diversity of Australian native flora. There are more than 3,000 living specimens in a natural bush setting with eight…

  6. Scooter Me Scooter You

    Scooter Me Scooter You is located at Melaleuca Surfside Backpackers in One Mile Beach. 150cc Scooters available for hire. Learner friendly - motorcycle licence required. Hire includes Scooter, Helmet, Gloves and Insurance. Four hourly …

  7. Fishermans Bay foreshore

    Fishermans Bay foreshore in Tomaree National Park is a wonderful place for a family day out by the sea. Featuring a lovely, secluded beach, it’s a great area for swimming and snorkelling on a sunny day. If you’re there between May and Octo…

  8. Broughton Island

    Camping at Little Poverty Beach is a truly special experience. Located on Broughton Island, you'll be camping amongst an active seabird colony- it's a key breeding site for wedge-tailed shearwaters. There are plenty of opportunities for w…

  9. Calypso Fishing Adventures

    Calypso Fishing Adventures arranges fishing tours from Port Stephens on the NSW mid north coast and along the Great Barrier Reef in far north Queensland. Calypso provides a share or sole fishing charter service for all types of sport and g…

  10. Port Stephens 4WD Tours

    Explore the Southern Hemisphere’s largest moving coastal sand dunes with Port Stephens 4WD Tours. You’ll marvel at the towering sand dunes, part of the Worimi Conservation Lands. There are Aboriginal cultural sites and remains of old shipwr…

  11. World War II gun emplacements

    If you are interested in Australian military history, make sure you take the short walk along Fort Tomaree walk to Tomaree Head. The headland, part of Fort Tomaree, played an important role in Australia’s east coast defence system during Wo…

  12. Port Stephens Community Arts Centre

    Visit the Port Stephens Community Arts Centre to see an incredible range of artwork and special craft pieces reflecting the great skills of the region's artisans. They have a delightful weekend cafe for light lunches and drinks. The cent…

  13. Seaham Swamp Nature Reserve

    Located in Port Stephens, near Newcastle in the NSW Hunter region, Seaham Swamp Nature Reserve offers birdwatching, bushwalking and Aboriginal heritage. Birdwatching enthusiasts have already caught onto this little gem, which is a habitat …

  14. Medowie Macadamias

    Enjoy Australia's best 'nut'urally. A family owned and operated farming and retail business, Specialising in great home made macadamia products. To complement our great products we have a cafe that offers great home style cooked meals and o…

  15. Fort Tomaree walk

    This easy walk on a paved track around the lower slopes of Tomaree Head brings you face-to-face with local military heritage – World War II gun emplacements, built in 1941 to defend the east coast of Australia. Learn about Fort Tomaree from…