Experience Newcastle & The Hunter Region
Want to see the largest moving sand dunes in the Southern Hemisphere? Stockton's for you with a 32km stretch of soft, fine sand.
Just south of Newcastle is this heritage listed ocean pool that has has plenty of spots to layout on the surrounding rocks.
One of our favourite beaches in Newcastle because it's close to town but secluded at the same time. You can walk around on the rocks or take the local path down the side of the hill.
A whole market for specialised for businesses offering meat-free alternatives... yes please.
Naru will have you second guessing whether you're in Lake Macquarie NSW or in the Whitsundays QLD. Bring some shade, food and brews and you're set for a good day.
A series of caves are scattered along the shore with some large enough that you can't reach the ceiling and others small enough to have you scrambling on your stomach.
A beautiful commemoration to our ANZACS that starts at Strzelecki Lookout and ends at Bar Beach
Such a unique formation with a large sand spit that connects to a small island with a walking track that leads to a lighthouse. Adventure-guaranteed.
An epic hike that pays off with views over the whole of Port Stephens. Hit the trail in the early evening and find a spot on the western side to watch the sunset.