Most famous for the giant man-made banana at the northern end of town, Coffs Harbour is one of the..Port Macquarie Information
Greater Port Macquarie is steeped in maritime history, and at the Maritime Museum's 3 venues you..Shoal Bay Information
This coastal town occupies the southern headland of Port Stephens,flanked by Tomaree Natinal Park..Bellingen Information
The beautiful town of Bellingen lies in the heart of the Bellinger Valley, where natural..Forster Information
The twin-town to Tuncurry, Forster is one of New South Wales' most beloved holiday spots. The twins..Crescent Head Information
Crescent Head is a pretty seaside village tucked into the lee side of Big Nobby, a volcanic remnant..Nambucca Heads Information
Located on the coast, at the mouth of a small local river which bears its name, Nambucca Heads is a..Taree Information
It's the combination of beaches, river, national parks, hinterland and the close proximity to major..Nelson Bay Information
Known for its white beaches, crystal waters, subtropical climate and pods of friendly and curious..Diamond Head Information
Diamond Head is home to the popular Camping Grounds in Crowdy Bay National Park and is located on..Kempsey Information
Cedar cutting is the principle industry on which Kempsey has prospered since its foundation in the..Old Bar Information
Old Bar is Taree's closest surfing beach, just sixteen kilometres from Taree. Attractions..South West Rocks Information
South West Rocks is where the Macleay River's journey ends as it meets the sea. This beautiful area..Tuncurry Information
Tuncurry is part of the twin towns of Forster / Tuncurry and lies between the beautiful Wallis Lake..See all locations in North Coast NSW
Port Stephens boasts a wonderful collection of seaside villages dotted along the Pacific Ocean coast. It also enjoys a majestic sand dune system and picturesque hinterland, all only 3 hours from Sydney. The beaches are excellent, and the local seafood is abundant.
A great way to experience the crystal clear waters of Port Stephens is on a cruise boat or paddling around in a kayak. You can enjoy a scenic dolphin watch cruise around the port, which is home to over 160 resident dolphins. Explore the massive sand dune systems of Stockton Beach, the largest coastal sand dune system in Australia. Go golfing, or search for koalas along the tree-lined banks of the Tilligerry Creek.
Watch the whales swim north for winter: between late May and July thousands of whales migrate north to the tropics. Go for a walk up to Tomaree Headland, and be rewarded with spectacular views of the bay and offshore islands. Snorkel or dive at Fly Point Marine Park. Drop a line: the fish are biting all year round. Catch a ferry and enjoy picnic on the riverbank at Tea Gardens. Discover the historic Tilligerry Peninsula and Raymond Terrace, and don’t miss the unique museums and galleries on offer.
The Port has plenty to offer.
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