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Port Stephens

Port Stephens NSW 2319, Australia

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The Port Stephens is located in the east of New South Wales, north of Newcastle (Newcastle), the second largest city in New South Wales, about 50 kilometers from Newcastle and about 200 kilometers from the Sydney capital of New South Wales.

The Port Stephens area is large, and there are a number of picturesque towns scattered between the Tasman Sea (Tasman Sea) and the Carua River (Karuah River), among which Nielsen Bay (Nelson Bay), which is famous for its sea view dolphins, and Anna Bay (Anna Bay), which is famous for its seaside dunes, are the two most famous towns.

The Port Stephens, known as "Blue Water Paradise ", Port Stephens a natural playground surrounded by 26 golden beaches, large and small, with its unique geographical environment. With the beauty of unbridled blue sea and blue sky, unspoiled white sand beaches, charming bays, lakes and beautiful national parks, visitors can choose to dive, swim, water skiing, water cycling, windsurfing and speedboats, or experience the great pleasure of sand skiing on the beaches, or ride horses or camels, or even travel between the boundless beaches and sand dunes in a four-wheel drive car and car. The Gangan Observatory (Gan Gan Lookout) in Lily Hill Rd is the best place to enjoy the Port Stephens condescendingly.

Port Stephens is known locally as "the home of australian dolphins ", where more than 90 australian dolphins have been gathered for years, making the dolphin tour Port Stephens the most popular tour program. in addition to dolphins, stevens port can also watch whales in the winter and spring season.


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