Port Stephens is a destination which revolves around the sea and sand, providing plenty of adventure for superyacht charters. Away from concrete jungles, this is a base for exhilarating experiences in the backdrop of a glorious coastline and extraordinary nature.

26 beautiful beaches provide an idyllic setting for both high-octane activities and lazy days under the sun. Each beach offers something different, whether great surf or sheltered bays for spending quality time with your charter group. The Port Stephens Great Lakes Marine Park is home to tranquil waters and blissful sandy beaches with panoramic views.

There are seven surf beaches throughout Port Stephens which provide great surf for all levels, with One Mile Beach and Fingal Bay the most popular for both beginners and experienced surfers. Paddleboarding at Dutchman’s Bay Beach and Shoal Bay is another exciting activity on the water, while guests can also delve into thrilling snorkel sites at Fly Point in Halifax Park Aquatic Reserve.

The sand dunes of Port Stephens offer both adrenaline-fuelled activities and fascinating Aboriginal experiences. Explore 4,200 hectares of the Worimi Conservation Lands, including 1,800 hectares of forest leading onto the dunes. Guided tours are the best way to uncover the Aboriginal history of the dunes and sample traditional foods. Later, take to 4WDs, quad bikes or camels as you race across the filming location of the 1979 move Mad Max.

Nelson Bay is the largest town in the Port Stephens area, with the Nelson Bay marina offering an exciting hub for superyachts to base themselves. Activities range from swimming with dolphins
watching and snorkelling to spectacular hikes. This is an area of immense natural splendour which is best experienced on a luxury superyacht charter.