1 Day Port Stephens Dolphin Watching Tour

    This tour is currently taking a break from operation and will be back in 2022

    A day out in the beautiful Port Stephens area on one of our most popular Port Stephens tours. Cruise among the dolphins on the dolphin watch trip, play on stunning beaches, sand slide down huge dunes and 4WD on the beach. If you love nature and adventure, then this is the trip for you!

    Travel over the Sydney Harbour Bridge towards the North Coast region of Port Stephens. The first stop on tour is Walkabout Wildlife Park, a wildlife sanctuary with kangaroos, koalas, emus and other Aussie animals.

    Next, we go to Stockton Beach, home to the biggest sand dunes in the Southern Hemisphere where you will jump on board a big 4WD vehicle to go over the huge dunes to find the biggest dunes possible for all the sandboarding you can handle. You’ll then jump on a dolphin-watching cruise to get up close to the local bottlenose dolphins within the bay.

    Our tour truly maximizes your time so you get the most time at Port Stephens.

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    Port Stephens Dolphin Watching & Sandboarding Colourful Day Trip (FLEXIBLE fare)

    ADULT( 18 - 70 ) From $189
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      Port Stephens Beaches, Dolphins, and Sand Dunes Trip

      One of our awesome guides will pick you up early morning and soon you’ll find yourself going over the Sydney Harbour Bridge towards the mid north coast of New South Wales. Our first stop is Walkabout Wildlife Park where you get up close and personal with Aussie wildlife! Pet a kangaroo, feed the farmyard animals and say G’day to the resident Emu!

      When we arrive at Port Stephens, take a break for lunch (own expense) at Nelson Bay, the main town of Port Stephens. There are a few cute little souvenir shops around so feel free to have a browse and take in the local atmosphere.

      Then we board a boat to go dolphin watching! The region is home to over 150 playful bottlenose dolphins who are known to play around the boat. You can grab a complimentary coffee or tea and spot these grey beauties from the spacious viewing deck or jump in the boom net attached to the boat to get up close and personal. During June and October you can upgrade to our whale watching cruise. The annual whale migration takes place around this time with plenty of whales playfully showing off some acrobatics as they make their way along the coast.

      After our dolphin time, we take you sandboarding at Stockton Beach! We will jump in a big 4WD and cruise over the huge Anna Bay dunes to find the biggest drops possible to go down! Embrace the challenge, take a deep breath and whizz down huge the sand dunes on a boards especially designed to fly down sand!

      Our Port Stephens day tour departs every Wednesday and Saturday from Sydney, all year round! Looking forward to having you on our Port Stephens tour so we can show you to this stunning part of Oz!

      What To Bring
      Important Booking Info
      •  See playful dolphins on our dolphin watching tours
      •  Sandboarding at Stockton Beach
      • Walkabout Wildlife Park

      Essential things to pack

      • Water bottle
      • Camera
      • Spending money
      • Sun protection
      • Comfortable walking shoes
      • Beach gear / swim wear
      • Valid ID

      Important Booking Info

      Activities require sturdy footwear and participants need to have reasonable fitness

      Bring snacks, water and weather protection, towel and your swim suit if you want to go swimming.

      Where can I buy lunch from on the day?

      We have a great meal offer with for only $10. Alternatively, you can purchase your own lunch from one of the many cafes/food outlets in Nelson Bay.

      Can I go swimming?

      If you choose not to purchase the sand boarding option on the tour, there is some free time in the afternoon at the beach where you can go swimming (weather permitting). You will need to bring your towel.


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