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Often, it's the people who reside in a city that make it special. In this part of North Coast, there's 28,000 of them.
This destination lies 95 miles away from Sydney, the state capital, and 8 miles away from Tea Gardens.
Eager to spend some quality time with the little ones? Australian Reptile Park and Salamander Super Strike are guaranteed to put a smile on everyone's dial.
Lean against the glass and observe a range of underwater creatures as they float around the tanks at Irukandji Shark & Ray Encounters.
Assemble your group and head on over to the Murray's Craft Brewing Co for a round or two. Their tap range is more than enticing, so be sure to free up at least a couple of hours!
Learn how the best local wines are produced, and then enjoy some of them, during a visit to the Port Stephens Winery.
In the mood for an alfresco lunch? Grab some cheese and crackers and stop at Tomaree National Park or the Toboggan Hill Park for a picnic. Longworth Park and Gan Gan Hill Lookout are also well-known hangouts for both travellers and locals.
You probably already know about its must-see museums and malls, but don't forget that Port Stephens has some excellent natural attractions too. Winda Woppa Reserve and Dark Point Aboriginal Place are two names to keep in mind. For those who haven't yet fully recharged, Tomaree Head and Mount Tomaree are a couple more worth checking out.
A significant area of marine conservation, Fly Point Marine Reserve is brimming with unique underwater life.
Bulahdelah Court House is where you can study some interesting exhibits. Move around at your own speed or ask if there's a tour happening.
Tap into a connection with something much bigger than yourself at Baptist Tabernacle, a popular stop for many spiritually curious travellers.
Having stood the test of time, Nelson Head Lighthouse and Point Stephens Lighthouse are well worth a look. These imposing structures were constructed to help maritime pilots steer through uncertain waters and dreary nights. To find out how they work, it's worth seeing if there are any guided tours scheduled. If you've got some more time up your sleeve, why not take a stroll around Heritage Light House Cottage too?
If you're interested in learning some of the tales from Port Stephens' past, Tea Gardens-Hawks Nest Bridge is an excellent place to get started.
When you're ready for a bit of retail therapy, grab your bags and make your way over to Salamander Bay Shopping Centre.
Want to try golf? Get ready to sharpen your swing and tee off at the Karuah and District Golf Club or the Hawks Nest Golf Club. Otherwise, rent some clubs and hit up the fairways of the Bulahdelah Golf Club and the Nelson Bay Golf Club.
They say travelling leaves you speechless, then transforms you into a storyteller. You'll certainly have more tales to tell if you head to some of Port Stephens' lesser-known attractions, like Myall Park, Soldiers Point Marina and d'Albora Marinas Nelson Bay.