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#1 of 3 Nature & Parks in Hawks Nest
A lovely little park overlooks the beach.
40 km of pristine white sand with the ocean on one side and national park on the other.
#2 of 3 Nature & Parks in Hawks Nest
Just a short walk over the dunes from Bennetts or a walk past the caravan park, Jimmy's provides calm bay waters for easy swimming or just for the kids to play.
Love Jimmys beach caravan park visit 3or4 times a year and its dog friendlya short walk to either Bennetts beach or jimmy beach on the other side .
Tomaree Head Shoal Bay 5.4 km away
#1 of 3 Nature & Parks in Shoal Bay
National Parks are to be commended for providing a quality track which enable so many visitors to enjoy the views from the highest lookout overlooking the ocean.
The 360 degree views are spectacular and the historical nature of the headland is well documented and displayed.
3 Ways to experience it
#3 of 3 Nature & Parks in Hawks Nest
Walk either via Jimmys Beach or even better get onto the track starting through the children's play area next to the car park at the end of the Anchorage road.
Fly Point Nelson Bay 5.6 km away
#1 of 5 Nature & Parks in Nelson Bay
great little spot to swim and snorkel , lovely little beach and a great park as well with shade for the little ones
The park has a huge outside stage area which plays host to numerous festivals throughout the year, culminating in Carols by Candlelight in December.
D'Albora Marinas Nelson Bay 6.1 km away
#2 of 5 Nature & Parks in Nelson Bay
Great Markets right on the edge of water, great children's park and plenty of places to eat and enjoy.
Be there for the pelicans to get fed down near the fish co-op and I believe fish-feeding happens at 11 am daily then stroll through the park onto Nelson Bay Beach for a dip in the bay.
Zenith Beach Shoal Bay 5.5 km away
#2 of 3 Nature & Parks in Shoal Bay
Beautiful scenery, clean & lovely, and easy to get to / park for.
Zenith beach is 300 meters away from Tomaree National park's car park.Its one of the great beaches in the Port Stephens.Its great for swimming and relaxing.would
Tomaree National Park Fingal Bay 7.8 km away
#1 of 3 Nature & Parks in Fingal Bay
Biggest drawcard is obviouslly going up Mt Tomaree itself to the lookout, but there's heaps of other walking trails, beaches and sights within the park worth checking out.
Amazing Walk to Submit Head Tomarree National park
Fingal Bay Beach Fingal Bay 7.8 km away
#2 of 3 Nature & Parks in Fingal Bay
... with lighthouse, occasionally accessible across a sand spit, its pristine bright blue waters, its national park surrounds, its sand dunes and access to deserted beaches `around the corner', its remnant beachfr...
I think so! Accommodation, food, parks, cycleways ... all within a stone's throw ... and a stunning beach for surfers and kids.
Little Beach Reserve Nelson Bay 5.0 km away
#4 of 5 Nature & Parks in Nelson Bay
Toboggan Hill Park Nelson Bay 9.3 km away
#3 of 5 Nature & Parks in Nelson Bay
Toboggan Hill Park Rocks!
Such a family friendly park, jammed pack full of fun filled adventures.
Port Stephens Native Flora Garden Nelson Bay 5.1 km away
#5 of 5 Nature & Parks in Nelson Bay
Its just a quiet easy thing to do to clear your mind and take in what nature has to offer.
Barry Park Fingal Bay 7.8 km away
#3 of 3 Nature & Parks in Fingal Bay
New and improved Barry Park, addition of the new viewing platform and public toilet has made this park and even better place for whale watching, soaking in the views of Fingal Bay Beach, Shark Island, the spit and...
wonderful view of nature and whale watching
Soldiers Point Marina Soldiers Point 11.3 km away
#1 of 1 Nature & Parks in Soldiers Point
And you can enjoy the tranquility and colors of mother nature while watching them. in fact, the area is mostly populated by residential arrangements and did not really seem to be for tourists.