If you are looking for a holiday full of white sandy beaches, amazing wildlife, and activities for the whole family, then you are going to love Port Stephens. Only a few hours north of Sydney, Port Stephens is an idyllic beach escape. With its huge natural harbour that begins from Karuah River, and spans 24km towards the Pacific Ocean, the area is a haven for charismatic sealife. Home to many unique and fascinating towns, all areas offer great activities for your tours in Port Stephens. There are 26 sparkling beaches within Port Stephens, perfect for swimming, snorkelling, and surfing. With amazing natural locations, comes astonishing wildlife. If you are travelling in our Port Stephens tours, you are bound to be amazed by the wildlife spotting on offer. Marine life tours include opportunities to spot the delightful Bottle Neck Dolphins, as well as astounding whales leaping from the sea
Best Port Stephens Day Tour
See everything Port Stephens has to offer on our 1 Day Port Stephens Tour. This full day tour contains incredible sites such as the glistening Stockton Beach and the astonishingly vast Anna Sand Dunes. Get your adrenaline pumping by sandboarding down these sand dunes, an experience for all ages. The friendly Bottle Neck Dolphins will greet you on our cruise out to the best spots to see these marvellous creatures.
Port Stephens Tours from Sydney
To explore more of what Sydney is famous for, why not see the other delightful locations in our combination tour? Our 2 Day Port Stephens tour from Sydney offers not just the charms of Port Stephens, but the attractions of both the famous Blue Mountains and Hunter Valley. Visit Port Stephens from Sydney for the first day of travel, swimming in the sparkling shallows of Nelson Bay. Journey in the afternoon to Hunter Valley for a relaxing experience in this famous wine region, before heading off to explore the Blue Mountains on the second day. It’s the best way to make the most of your trip from Sydney.
Yes, if you are travelling between June – October you can upgrade to include a whale watching cruise on the tour. Unfortunately, whales won’t be around if you are travelling outside of these months, so you will enjoy a dolphin cruise instead.
We’ll stop for lunch in Nelson Bay, where you will have some free time to purchase lunch at one of the local cafes. If you prefer you can bring your own lunch.
Hopefully! Depending on the conditions on the day, we should have time to include a swim at one of the stunning beaches in Port Stephens. Bring your bathers just in case.