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Port Stephens and Central Coast

Central Coast Bus Tours

Heading for a cruise on the beautiful Brisbane waters we depart Sydney metro at 8am.Morning tea is included and served aboard the Starship Cruisers at 10am for a 2 ½ hour cruise. Lunch which is also included is served on board.

On this tour we take in Captain Cook Lookout to experience the sensational view of Norah Head (North) and Centrepoint Tower (South) visible on the horizon on a clear day.

The waters around this area are a testament to many shipwrecks in the 19th century.

Port Stephens Nelson Bay Bus Tours

This area is abundant with activities and places to see, so a day trip to Port Stephens and Nelsons Bay is a must.

Scuba diving, whale watching, water skiing, dolphin watching, fishing, restaurants, cafes shopping malls, golf courses, clubs, wineries and resorts.

You can cruise Port Stephens in a variety of boat charters exploring the spectacular Yacaaba and Tomaree Headlands, listen to the dolphins underwater and just relax whilst enjoying the beautiful coastal areas of this magnificent bay.

Get to see the awe inspiring humpback whales (at certain times of the year) with morning and afternoon tea on board combined with discovering dolphins, seals,penguins,turtles and pelicans, all part of the rich wildlife of this region.

Discover the exhilaration of sand boarding down the ever popular Stockton Beach Sand Dunes reaching peaks of 40 meters and slopes up to 60 degrees; a bit like surfing on a still wave.

You can hire a catamaran, surf ski or canoe to explore part of the bay and walk to the top of Tomaree Head Lookout experiencing the island and ocean views of a lifetime.

Here we visit some of the picturesque bays in the region such as Anna Bay,Fingel Bay, Soldiers Point,Shaol Bay, Salamander Bay and Lemon Tree Passage.

A day coach or bus hire tour with us to the beautiful Port Stephens Nelson Bay area is a must do.

So call us on Sydney 02 9980 8999 for tour prices and times.

Background to this region

Port Stephens is a large natural harbour located about 160 kilometers (99 mi) north-east of Sydney in New South Wales, Australia.[1] It lies wholly within the Port Stephens Local Government Area (LGA) although its northern shoreline forms the boundary between the Port Stephens and Great Lakes LGAs.[2] More than 26,000 people live within 3 km (1.9 mi) of its 113 km (70 mi) long shoreline and more than 32,000 live within 10 km (6 mi).

Port Stephens has a narrow entrance between two striking hills of volcanic origin. The southern headland, “Tomaree” or “South” Head, rises to 120 meters (390 ft) above mean sea level (AMSL) while “Yacaba”, the northern headland, is 210 m (690 ft) AMSL. The harbour is mostly shallow and sandy but contains sufficient deep

A day trip to Port Stephens and Nelsons Bay is a must with Around and About Bus Hire Tours.

With an area of approximately 119 square kilometers (45.9 sq mi) Port Stephens is larger than Sydney Harbour. It extends approximately 24 km (15 mi) inland from the Tasman Sea and at its widest point, between Tanilba Bay and Tahlee, it is 6.5 km (4 mi) across. The narrowest point is between Soldiers Point and Pindimar where the distance is only 1.1 km (0.7 mi). Between Nelson Bay and Tea Gardens, in the most well known section of the port, it is 3.8 km (2.4 mi) wide.

Why we go there

Port Stephens lays claim to the title ‘Dolphin Capital of Australia’. The bay is home to around 150 bottlenose dolphins, and there are several tour operators in Nelson Bay that offer dolphin-watch trips. These playful aquatic mammals often ride the bow wave just a couple of metres from the vessel.

Between May and June, humpback whales cruise past the town on their northern migration, returning south between September and November and these huge animals are often encountered on the dolphin cruises.

Whether it’s for diving, fishing, boating, snorkeling or sandcastle building, this huge bay has everything you need for year-round aquatic action.

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