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    Central Coast New South Wales

    Just under 3 hours drive north from Sydney, the Central Coast offers a close-to-nature experience with all the creature comforts. If you prefer, you can fly into Newcastle airport and hire a car to explore the majestic beaches on the Coastline. Swim amongst wild dolphins or investigate a heritage lighthouse. In Port Stephens spot koalas in the wild and embark on hikes with unforgettable views. Finish your day amongst the burgeoning dining scene and relaxed vibes of Newcastle. Straddling the Pacific Ocean on one side and the Hunter River on the other, this port city comes drenched in history and charm. Shoal Bay is perfect for swimming, kayaking and stand-up paddle boarding around the sparkling bay. Take the summit walk up Tomaree Head and be rewarded with a breathtaking panorama of Port Stephens.

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    Nelson Bay Nelson Bay
    Nelson Bay

    Nelson Bay offers a close-to-nature experience with all the creature comforts. The largest town in the Port Stephens area, you’ll find easy access to cafés, restaurants and shopping, as well as sheltered beaches perfect for families with young children. For a truly unique experience, during the warmer months, you can swim amongst wild dolphins with Dolphin Swim Australia.

    Newcastle Newcastle
    Newcastle

    There are plenty of reasons to visit Newcastle – its majestic beaches, burgeoning dining scene and relaxed vibes among them. Located just two hours north of Sydney, straddling the Pacific Ocean on one side and the Hunter River on the other, the port city of Newcastle comes drenched in history and charm. What was once an industrial city deeply rooted in coal, steel and timber, has since become a bustling metropolis thriving with culture.

    Shoal Bay Shoal Bay
    Shoal Bay

    At Shoal Bay an idyllic scene awaits, with a wide arc of white sand beach adorned by a heritage lighthouse on one end and the striking Tomaree Head on the other. The calm aquamarine waters of Shoal Bay are perfect for swimming, kayaking and stand-up paddle boarding around the sparkling bay. Alternatively, hire a bike and explore the scenic foreshore. At the eastern end of the bay is the magnificent Tomaree National Park. From here, take the Tomaree Head summit walk for a breathtaking panorama of Port Stephens.

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