Bushwalking throughout Port Stephens

Port Stephens New South Wales is known for its exceptional outdoor recreational activities with views to amaze the adventurous. Having some of the best bushwalking tracks in the region, gives something for everyone from the more experienced to the calm, laid back casual walker.  Tomaree Head is the most well known bushwalk throughout the region, located east of Nelson Bay NSW. Tomaree has a guided path to the top with steel steps along the steepest parts. The views from the point are spectacular and unimaginable. Tomaree is not the only bushwalk in the Port Stephens region known for its exquisite display of natural beauty, Native Flora Garden is exceptional, it is here you can spot an abundant display of koalas and natural wildlife. Native Flora Garden is also located near Halifax Holiday Park at Little Beach a short stroll form the centre of Nelson Bay. Other bushwalks around the region include Morna Point, The Spit, Stephens Peak, Boulder Bay to Fingal Head and Boulder Bay to Samurai Beach.

Now most of you are wondering, where can I stay that will be in convenient location to these walks? Port Stephens Beachside Holiday Parks have the answers you need. With three different locations to choose from you are spoilt with choice.

Shoal Bay Holiday Park is located a mere 500 meters from the summit of Mt Tomaree. Wake up and start your morning with a bushwalk followed by an afternoon of relaxation by the beach, with a wide variety of accommodation to choose from you will be spoilt for choice.

Halifax Holiday Park is adjacent to Native Flora Garden making it a must stay, with the beach surrounding you on both sides and a garden in the centre then this makes the perfect location for any serious or laid back bushwalker.

Fingal Bay Holiday Park is surrounded by National Park with fabulous walks around the headland from Barry Park.  This is also a great spot for Whale Watching.

Port Stephens Beachside Holiday Parks would be more than happy to assist you with any accommodation or information you may require in conjunction with bushwalking in the Port Stephens NSW region, just call now and one of their friendly staff will be of assistance to you.

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4 thoughts on “Bushwalking throughout Port Stephens

  1. I have climbed Tomaree Mountain many times and never fail to be amazed at the view, its such an amazing feeling to push yourself and feel the reward when you get to the top.. I Love to take a picnic ( a light one ) and enjoy it at the top, or have a bbq on the beach at Shoal Bay on my return!! A well earned meal!! Love it!! Did you know a photo of the section of coast where the entry to the Tomaree Summit walk is, was used on a Powderfinger album!!

  2. Last summer I did the walk across the Fingal Bay spit to the Fingal Lighthouse… WOW what an amazing walk! and on our return we had a swim at the little beach just before you hit the island… it was amazing, felt like I was on a deserted island in a movie or something!! Will definatley be doing that again this summer!!!

    1. It’s a great walk isn’t it. Just be careful of the tides as you can get cut off if you time it wrong – always check with a reputable source so you have accurate tide information. You don’t want to spend an unplanned night on the island!!

      Did you know that Fingal Spit was where Lara Bingle filmed the now famous “Where the Bloody Hell are you” Ad. Check it out here.

      http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/So_where_the_bloody_hell_are_you%3F

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