For the Love of Adventure
For the Love of Nature
If you love sparkling waterways, pristine beaches, whales, dolphins, bushwalking, cycling, kayaking, sailing, golf, cafes, parasailing, fine dining, shopping, fresh produce, wineries, breweries, sliding down sand dunes, quad-biking, horse riding, waterfront dining, spectacular sunsets and friendly people….
then you’re going to love Port Stephens!
Choose your style
The spectacular dining options are matched by equally stunning locations. Views over the water to watch the sun sink slowly behind a marina, fish & chips by the beach or fine dining in a boathouse. Sidewalk cafés, great coffee, vineyards and boutique brewery all add to the many options to indulge your senses.
See & Do
There are so many things to see and do. Of course there are our obvious natural stunners - the beaches, the waterways, the dunes, the whales, the dolphins - but our holiday destination provides visitors with so many activities, attractions and tours that you may have to extend your stay to experience them all.
Sacred Tree Markets
• ART • DESIGN • CULTURE • STREET FOOD • LIVE ENTERTAINMENT • Sacred Tree Markets are set throughout the idealistic D’ALBORA MARINAS and Nelson Bay Foreshore.
Clans on the Coast - Celtic Festival 2018
The Celtic Festival has everything from Scottish Pipe Bands, Celtic band, Variety and Celtic Stalls, Food Stalls, Caber Toss, Tug-Of-War, Celtic Dancers, Highland Dancers, Celtic Choir, Dog Parade, VANGUARD Medieval Fighting demonstrations and more.
TreX Port Stephens 2018
TreX Port Stephens is based in beautiful Fingal Bay and Tomaree National Park. The area boasts some of Australia’s most spectacular beaches and scenic, rugged coastlines and provides the perfect backdrop for a weekend of off road action. TreX is coupled with Trail Run Australia Tomaree on Sunday which includes events for all comers.
Love Sea Food 2018
This August we will celebrate our coastal cuisine with live cooking demonstrations, tastings, signature dinners, seafood lunch and dinner specials, oyster tasting and shucking, educational talks and, kids’ activities and much more.
Like most Australians, you probably have a maximum of 20 days of paid leave each year. We'll tell you the best times to take those days off so you end up with over 50 days of holidays next year.
There are so many things to see and do in Port Stephens. Of course, there are our obvious natural stunners - the beaches, the waterways, the dunes, the whales, the dolphins - but our holiday destination provides visitors with so many activities, attractions and tours that you may have to extend your stay to experience them all.