Travelling around Anna Bay and the Central Coast is easy when you hire a motorhome. These vehicles offer all the conveniences of a modern home, and gives you the freedom to travel at your own pace stopping at some fantastic attractions along the way. VroomVroomVroom compares prices from Australia's top RV rental providers to find you a great deal. Use our website to find and reserve a rental camper and start planning your trip to Anna Bay.
Anna Bay offers visitors a wealth of things to do. Learn about the region's history, ride a 4WD at Stockton Beach, and see aircraft crash sites and shipwrecks. Anna Bay lies within Port Stephens in the Hunter Region, just over 50km from Newcastle. Don't miss visiting some of the beautiful beaches and interesting surrounding towns. Consider visiting Anna Bay as part of a longer roadtrip from Sydney, seeing more of New South Wales' Central Coast.
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Bays Holiday Park is situated at 23 Port Stephens Drive in Anna Bay. The park lies within a natural bushland near the lakes, shopping destinations and beaches. Its campsite facilities include a spa, playground, gas and outdoor swimming pool. The park offers accommodations such as two bedroom cabins, studio cabins, budge and camping sites.
Birubi Beach Holiday Park Port Stephens is at 37 James Paterson Street in Anna Bay. Staying at the park gives visitors access to the Dunes of Anna Bay, shopping centres, cafes and restaurants that offers great tasting food. Its campsite facilities include laundry facilities and services, golf course, tour desk and outdoor swimming pool. The accommodations within the site are cabins, powered sites and unpowered sites.
One Mile Beach Holiday Park lies at 426 Gan Gan Road at One Mile Breach. It is close to central Nelson Bay and the Tomaree National Park. The accommodations that it offers are powered sites, en suites sites, cabins, villas, beach apartments and beach houses. Its campsite facilities include a barbecue area, camp kitchen, car park, child pool, communal kitchen, communal lounge, communal refrigerator, vehicle wash facilities, cots, gardens, high chair, ice, iron, laundry, satellite television, playground, spa, full size tennis court, outdoor swimming pool, tour desk, lounge area and nigh call button.
MV Sygna wreck can easily be seen from Stockton Beach on a clear day. It is the wreck of a 53,000 tonne Norwegian Bulk Carrier that ran aground during the 26 May 1974 storm. Several attempts to refloat MV Sygna led to severe damage. The former strong ship now serves as a landmark of the area.
Point Stephens Lighthouse dates back to 1862. It towers over Port Stephens, not far from Anna Bay. The lighthouse is currently considered as an endangered lighthouse due to its old age and remote location. The facility is popular for its romantic/mysterious appearance, its long history and interior and exterior design.
Stockton Beach sits on the northern part of Hunter River that stretches from Anna Bay to Stockton. The beach's highlights include the sand dunes, historical tank traps, shipwreck sites and the great white sharks and humpback whales that can be spotted offshore.
Tomaree National Park sits on the coast of the Tasman Sea in Port Stephens. It is a charming destination that features the Point Stephens Lighthouse (1862) and a number of 1941 World War II gun placements. The area is home to a number of unique plants and wildlife.