See and do.

If you love sparkling waterways, pristine beaches, whales, dolphins, bushwalking, cycling, kayaking, sailing, golf, cafes, parasailing, fine dining, shopping, fresh produce, wineries, breweries, sliding down sand dunes, quad-biking, horse riding, waterfront dining, spectacular sunsets and friendly people…. then you’re going to love Port Stephens!

If that is not enough inspiration or motivation to visit, then you need to check out our official Port Stephens Visitors Guide. It will provide you with the what, where, when, and how of Port Stephens along with all of the contacts, maps and information you need to book accommodation, activities, transport, restaurants and even events, weddings and conferences.

Be prepared to be relaxed, exhilarated, enchanted and amazed when you visit Port Stephens on the NSW ‘awesome coast’…

Best foot forward

Horizons Golf Resort is a modern, multi-faceted golf facility – a trait best illustrated in 2017 when Horizons, in conjunction with FootGolf Australia, brought FootGolf to Port Stephens with a view to engaging the wider community in this exciting new sport.

FootGolf is a combination of soccer and golf where a soccer ball is kicked along the fairway into larger-sized holes, which are sealed off when not in use. Each hole has a suggested par – just like ‘real’ golf! FootGolf is a recognised international sport played in more than 37 countries and is gaining popularity in the region.

At Horizons, FootGolf is played after 3.30pm on a selected section of the course. FootGolf is great for children, families and adults and is also quick to play – a nine-hole course can be completed in just 45 minutes.

When you next visit Port Stephens, don’t forget to book in a round of FootGolf and experience this fresh new sport courtesy of Horizons FootGolf – the home of FootGolf in Port Stephens.

Horse and camel riding

One of the quirkiest experiences in Port Stephens is camel riding. With soft, silky sand at the beaches, the environment is perfect for camel riding, and the kids love it. The experience is certainly unique, especially if you ride at sunset.

For a more conventional experience you should try horseriding for experienced and novice riders alike. The usual ride is a mixture of trail-riding through the bush, before emerging at the beach to cross the sand. A dusk ride at sunset is recommended because of the added serenity of this experience.

Nature and wildlife

Bottle feed baby farm animals, get close to the kangaroos and koalas or plan a guided walk with Tilligerry Habitat to look for koalas in their natural environment.

The Tomaree National Park encompasses coastal bushland, sand dunes, heathland, forests, over 20 kilometres of dramatic rocky coastline and stunning, white, sandy beaches.

Whatever you do don’t miss the Tomaree Head Summit Walk with panoramic views over Port Stephens,

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