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Things to do around Nelson Bay

The Landmark Resort offers unique Nelson Bay Accommodation close to all of Port Stephens major amenities and attractions.

Step out of your luxury Port Stephens accommodation at The Landmark to enjoy the picturesque 27-hole Nelson Bay Golf Course, the Bowling, Recreation and Tennis Clubs and the Tomaree National Park all on your doorstep. For something a little different, consider the options below or visit our tours desk to arrange a great day out!

Discovering the Dunes

Our coastal desert wilderness, the Stockton Bight sand dunes, truly is one of nature's masterpieces. Whatever your level of adventure, Port Stephens resort offers something for everyone. Explore by foot in your own 4WD, ride a Quad bike or join a 4WD tour and sand-board down 40mt high dunes. For a journey of a different kind, experience a camel ride along the beach or saddle up for a bush and beach horse trek.

On the food and wine trail

Fresh, local produce abounds only minutes from most Port Stephens Resorts. Oyster, Avocados and Macadamias straight from the farm. Culinary delights for everyone. Added to the Italian, mexican, Spanish, Indian, Chinese and Thai flavours, you will find the freshest of seafood, straight from the bay waters to your plate. For dining with a difference, try a dinner cruise. It is only fair to say that with good food comes good wine, and Port Stephens is lucky to have local vineyards supplying world-class wine. Breakfast lunch or dinner, Port Stephen's chefs have it covered with exquisite, mouth-watering dishes.

A day on the Green

Port Stephens is the home of a number of excellent golf courses and golf at Nelson Bay offers both a challenging course and picturesque surrounds. Hire a cart or enjoy the walk, you may even find yourself accompanied by a Kangaroo. After your game stay on for lunch while enjoying the view over the greens. Remember to ask about the 3-course deal.

In Touch with Nature

Try one of the many walks through the Tomaree National Park, which conserves 2318 hectares of diversified coastal hinterland. Keep your eyes open for Koalas, rare native birds and other wildlife and enjoy the impressive wildflower display, including giant Gymea lilies and native orchids in season. The most popular activity in our national park is to climb the volcanic Tomaree Headland and be rewarded with spectacular views. If your legs are too tired to walk, then drive up to Gan Gan lookout and take in the 360% panorama. Travel out to the Tilligerry Peninsula Habitat or stop off at Oakvale farm to get up close and personal with the koalas, kangaroos and other animals. Then you can return to our very comfortable Port Stephens apartments to wind down after an exciting day.

So much water- so many ways to enjoy it

Did you know that Port Stephens is 2 1/2 times the size of Sydney Harbour and is part of the largest Marine Park in NSW? There ae many water-based activities to suit the entire family.

Day 1: Tour the port on one of the many cruise vessels that will take you dolphin watching, out to Broughton island or settle back and enjoy a sunset sail between May and November, over 6000 whales migrate close to the Port Stephens coast The humpbacks are the most common and can be sighted from the land but are best observed from one of the whale cruise vessels that depart daily. Get a little closer to the water on sea kayak tour, suitable for all abilities

Day 2: Hop on a ferry and explore the other side of the port. Get off and spend time wandering around the shops at Tea Gardens, enjoying lunch on the bank of the Myall River. Alternatively, stay on board one of the other vessels that continue up the Myall River, stopping off for a quick bush walk.

Day 3: Want to get in the water? Port Stephens has 26 golden sandy beaches to choose from. Let our accredited surf instructors take you for the ride of your life. Come diving around the offshore islands. Remember to visit Halifax Park and Fly Point, which is a marine sanctuary. If you've not tried diving before a great place to consider a dive lesson or a snorkelling experience.

Adrenaline Day
Get your blood pumping on a high-speed boat or Jet Ski ride. Try your hand at reeling in a big one on a deep sea fishing tour. Heighten your experience with parasailing and remember, the sky's the limit when viewing Port Stephens from helicopter or seaplane. Try to sport Port Stephens apartments with a birds-eye view!

For the Art and History Buffs

Step back in time by taking a heritage walk. Discover the pioneering history of Port Stephens when you visit the historic homes and both lighthouses of the area. Learn about the convicts, ghosts and dangers faced by the crews on passing ships. Visit the coastal patrol and the community art centre from where you could perhaps take home a piece of art created by one of ""The Bays"many talented artists.

A day on the Green

Port Stephens is the home of a number of excellent golf courses and golf at Nelson Bay offers both a challenging course and picturesque surrounds. Hire a cart or enjoy the walk, you may even find yourself accompanied by a Kangaroo. After your game stay on for lunch while enjoying the view over the  greens. Remember to ask about the 3-course deal.

MoonShadow Tours

Dinner cruising, dolphin and whale watching, boom netting or just enjoying the Bay.

www.moonshadow.com.au

Imagine Cruises

Marine Discovery 3.5 hours. 1pm daily from December to March.
Discover Port Stephens rich biodiversity. Meet the bay's friendly Bottlenose Dolphins before sailing out to the off shore islands to anchor in a quiet cove for a swim. Try snorkelling with our experience dive master (all gear provided) or just soak up the sun and rlax in our comfortable lounge bar. There's a good chance to see turtles, seals and penguins on this cruise followed by a great sail back to the port.

Dolphin Watch 2 hours. Daily trips from November to May.
Enjoy commentary by dedicated naturalists as you sail amoungst the ports friendly dolphins. Get wet in the boom net or ride abouve the dolphins in the bow net. People friendly one level deck that's easy to walk around plus there's unlimited tea, coffee and biscuits. Free literature, great for school projects.

Whale watch 3.5 hours. Daily voyages from June to November
Witness up close the annual migration of the awesome Humpback whales. Sail amoungst huge pods of dolphins and vast flocks of migratory sea birds. Visit with Australian Fur seals as wwe look for whales around the breathtakingly scenic offshore islands.

Sunset Sail 1. 5 hours. Daily from December to May
Celebrate the best hours of the day under sail with a romantic start to your special evening. Let us spoil you with champagne and bibbles while you relax in the bow net and look for dolphins. A gentle breeze fills the sails, the sun sparkles on the water. Your partner will love your for booking this cruise.

www.imaginecruises.com.au