Port Stephens is a fantastic destination, as a day or weekend trip from Sydney or as an excellent detour during a Sydney to Brisbane road trip on Australia’s East Coast. Learn more about things to do in Port Stephens to plan your visit and don’t miss these 5 must-dos/must-sees.
On Montague Island, it is easy to snorkel or dive with seals and see the cute little penguins racing back to the island for sunset. It’s an amazing protected place on Australia’s East Coast that all nature lovers will fall in love with. Learn more about our magical experience.
The Royal National Park is one of Australia’s most beautiful national parks and also one of the easiest to access from a major city. Despite the proximity of Sydney, the wilderness feeling while exploring its many walking tracks stayed intact.
South West Rocks is one of my favourite diving spot on Australia’s East Coast. Not only does it hosts an amazing marine life diversity, but it is also a memorable dive through one of the longest caves you can explore with a simple Open Water certification!
Crowdy Bay, despite its unfamous and unpleasant name, won my heart. After 4,500km on the road along the East Coast and more than 20 National Parks, it earned its place on my favourite list in just a few hours. Learn more about the best spots to visit there.
Mount Kosciuszko is inevitably on many Australian bucket list: hiking Australia’s highest mountain is a seducing idea. Do not underestimate the climb. Read these important tips to plan your hike to the top of Australia. Includes advice on the best paths, the essential gear and planning info.
Dated to 340 million years, Jenolan cave system is among the oldest on Earth. Ten caves are open to the public, for spectacular visits suitable to everyone.