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Enter the “Blue Water Paradise” that is Port Stephens. See bottle-nose dolphins up close, hike along the Yacaaba and Tomaree headlands, experience deep sea fishing, snorkelling and scuba diving, or have tea at the romantic Inner Lighthouse and explore beautiful bays and sanctuaries. If you’re a fan of sports, Port Stephens offers a variety of athletic venues. If you are taking a roadtrip in your rental campervan along Australia's east coast, don't miss exploring Port Stephens.
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Big4 Bays Holiday Park is at 23 Port Stephens Drive in Anna Bay. The park sits by bushland and not far from the surrounding beaches and lakes. Its campsite facilities include a playground, barbecue area, camp kitchen, swimming pool, and playground. The accommodation on offer ranges from cabins to caravans and both powered and unpowered sites.
Koala Shores Holiday Park is located at 2 Oyster Farm Road at Lemon Tree Passage. Its campsite facilities include camp kitchen , barbecue area, swimming pool, playground, laundry, and the park is pet-friendly. Accommodation at the park includes a range of villas and cabins along with both powered and unpowered sites.
Fingal Bay Holiday Park is situated at 52 Marine Drive in Fingal Bay. The park facilities range from camp kitchen and barbecue area through to swimming pool, playground and laundry. The park is pet-friendly. The types of accommodation that it offers includes cabins, villas and powered sites for both campervans and camping.
Hunter Region Botanic Gardens is located at 2100 Pacific Highway in Heatherbrae. It covers over 30 hectares of landscaped gardens featuring many of Australia’s native plants along with a network of tracks and trails. There’s also a cafe, gift shop, herbarium and library.
Point Stephens Lighthouse dates back to 1862 and towers over the ocean waters not too far from Anna Bay. The facility is popular for its mysterious look, long history and both interior and exterior design.
Stockton Beach runs north from the mouth of the Hunter River to Anna Bay and is a part of Woromi National Park. The beach is known for its dunes, historical tank traps, shipwreck sites and both the great white shark and humpback whale.
Tomaree National Park sits to the north of Stockton Beach. The national park is a popular destination which includes the Point Stephens Lighthouse and a number of 1941 World War II gun placements. It also features an abundance of wildlife and plants.