Port Stephens Summer Holiday Guide 2021: Summer equals good times

ON THE DUNES: Port Stephens' dunes are an attraction for the adventure lovers among us. Check out the entire magazine, which is out now.
ON THE DUNES: Port Stephens' dunes are an attraction for the adventure lovers among us. Check out the entire magazine, which is out now.

THE great outdoors is calling and Port Stephens is the place to explore.

A drawcard has always been the area's pristine beaches, waterways, nature walks, sand dunes and lookouts.

But there is so much more to Port Stephens than its beaches.

In the first half of 2021, the area was recognised by online travel provider Wotif as the most popular tourism destination in NSW and the second most popular in all of Australia, following the Mornington Peninsula in Victoria.

You can find the entire magazine online here.

It is a prime favourite destination for families, with plenty to see and do for all age groups.

On fine days, there are parks, sand dunes, stretches of water, pools and bush wonderlands to visit.

On days that it does rain, the Port Stephens is a haven for shoppers, with a mix of boutique and large scale shopping stores.

At any time, foodies and lovers of local produce will be satisfied, with an outstanding spread and variety of eateries, ice creameries, bars and breweries scattered throughout the Port Stephens region.

Port Stephens is so much more than you may think. Communities have emerged in pockets of coves and inlets, creating small and vibrant places to explore throughout.

There is always something to delight the whole family.

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