Port Stephens is called the “blue water paradise” because of the beauty of its marine surroundings. It is located in New South Wales about two and a half hours north of Sydney, on the East Coast of Australia. Port Stephens has a population of about 75,000 which grows during the busier holiday periods. With over 19 miles of clean, white, sandy beaches, Port Stephens boasts vibrant tourism and fishing industries.
Port Stephens, NSW is a naturally beautiful area, with plenty of reasons to visit all year round. In truth, it’s not a town in its own right, but rather a region that is divided into different areas; the Tomaree Peninsula, the Tilligerry Peninsula and the Golden Bight all surrounding the bay. Learn more about Port Stephens.