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Things To Do

There are plenty of activities to keep you occupied within our park or you can choose any one of a number of activities in the surrounding region. The Bays Holiday Park is centrally located on the Tomaree Peninsula which is the tourism hub of Port Stephens.

Bays swimming pool
Take a swim in our pool
Bays Holiday Park spa
Relax in our solar-heated spa
waterslide
Enjoy our new waterslide
Chess game
Challenge someone to a game of chess
mini golf
Play mini golf
toddler town
Watch the younger set enjoy our playground
BBQ area
Relax and BBQ under cover
Spot a koala at Bays Holiday ParkSpot a koala Bays Holiday Park hookey
Play hookey
Bays Holiday Park 10 pin bowling
Have a game of 10 pin bowling
jumping castle
Jump jump jump, if you think you want to
pet bath
Bath your pet
Rowdy our rabbit
Pat our adorable rabbit, Rowdy
Bays Holiday Park aviary
Enjoy our aviary
 
Further afield
This is just a sample. For more details on tours and acitivities in the Port Stephens area, click here

Stockton Beach dune surfing

kayaking

Port Stephens sunset

Port Stephens from the air

Sand Dune Adventures
Stockton Beach with its world famous sand dunes for tin city, 4W driving, beach fishing, sand boarding, quad bike adventures, horse riding and winery tours.

Boating & Water Adventures
Whale watching & dolphin cruises
Deep sea & reef fish
Sea kayaking
Boat hire
Ferry rides
Parasailing
Learn to surf
Skin diving & snorkelling
Wave jumping
Swimming

Beaches
Taylors Beach
One Mile Beach
Samurai Beach (clothing optional)
Fingal Bay
Shoal Bay

Shopping Centres
Anna Bay, Nelson Bay, Salamander

Golf
Le Milleur Horizons Golf Course
Pacific Dunes
David Graham's Golf Complex
Nelson Bay Golf Club

Walks
Fingal Spit to Fingal Bay Lighthouse
Tomaree Headland
Hunter Region Botanic Gardens
Hunter Wetlands Centre
Tomaree National Park

Food & Wine
Woganella Estate
Medowie Macadamias
Murrays Brewery
Port Stephens Winery

Port Stephens cruise

Tomaree Headland

Dolphin in Port Stephens Bay

Port Stephens winery