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Port Stephens Tours

Blue Water Sailing
Located on the pristine waters of Port Stephens, Blue Water Sailing offer a range of unique sailing experiences including harbour sailing, lunch cruises, sunset sails, learn to sail charters and Broughton Island cruises.

Whether you're after a family day out, romantic escape, corporate team building or small group adventure, it's the ultimate thing to do in Port Stephens.

4WD Tours R Us
What better way to enhance your Port Stephens experience then coming along for one of the amazing tours with 4WD Tours R Us!

Catering for any size group and skill ability they offer a fantastic outdoors activity that operates rain, hail or shine 365 days a year (Yes even Christmas day!)

Monnshadow Cruises
With over 36 years experience and some of the largest vessels in Port Stephens, Moonshadow - TQC Cruises gets you close to the action quickly and safely!

Meet the resident dolphins and ride the boom net on the daily dolphin watching cruise (lunch available), with a 99 per cent success rate in dolphin sightings!

Get up close and personal with friendly giants on the whale watching cruise (May to November).

   

4WD Tag-Along and Passenger Tours
Exclusive bush, beach, and sand dune tours - a 4WD tour with a difference!

4WD Tag-Along and Passenger Tours, established in 1998, are owner operated, and remain injury and accident free. Bring your 4WD or come as a passenger.

Tag-Along Tours offers you the chance to play "Follow The Leader" in your four wheel drive or a passenger vehicle.

Imagine Cruises
Imagine Cruises is an advanced Eco-Accredited company that is dedicated to the protection of Dolphins and Whales. All of their tours are designed to combine environment and tourism in a successful partnership.

They showcase the best that Post Stephens and Great Lakes Marine Park has to offer.

Port Stephens 4WD Tours
Step away from civilisation for a while to the surreal landscape of the dunes, a unique world just waiting to be experienced!

Covering 78 square kilometres, the traditional home of the Worimi people is the largest sand mass in the Southern Hemisphere. Here you will find everything from Aboriginal cultural sites to the skeletal remains of shipwrecks, WW2 fortifications and the hidden, remote outpost of Tin City.