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 Port Stephens Beaches - more pics coming shortly ...
 July 2000


Photographer: All pics taken by Paul Toogood.
Photographic Equipment: All pics including wide angle pics taken with a Canon AZ5 zoom digital camera.

Port Stephens ...

Part of the reason we moved here was because of the breathtakingly beautiful coast. Port Stephens has to have some of the most beautiful areas of coastline in Australia.

Fishing, surfing, snorkeling, walking the many National Park walking trails or just simply lazing on the beach enjoying the moderate climate all year round - this place is as close to paradise as you'll find.

This page will be added to in the next few weeks. Check back to see more of Port Stephens beaches ...

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Stockton Beach and sand dunes from Birubi Beach car park.
Stockton Beach from Birubi Beach car park. Birubi Beach in foreground.
Morna Point looking south over Anna Bay to Stockton Beach.
Boat Harbour beach - very sheltered even in heavy seas. Great for kids.
Bagnall Beach - great for kids, fishing or easy walk.
Nelson Bay beach looking towards the Cruise-In Booking Office and d'Albora Marina.
d'Albora Marina at Nelson Bay looking towards Fly Point.
Fly Point/Halifax Park Aquatic Reserve.
Little Beach - great boat ramp and safe beach.
Zenith Beach to Tomaree Head. At times dangerous rips and currents.
Fingal Bay looking north towards Fingal Spit and Tomaree head.
Fingal Bay looking north towards Fingal Spit and the island.