The Story Behind Port Stephens And Fingal Bay
Worimi (Warrimay) Country – The Worimi Nation
The Federation of Community Sporting & Workers Clubs and their 3 Holiday Resorts are asking holiday makers to follow all recommendations that are currently in place from the NSW Government in regards to travel during the recent Covid-19 outbreaks.
Top 15 things to do seasonally around Fingal Bay
Fingal Bay is the eastern-most suburb in the Port Stephens community. Fingal Headland marks the north-eastern head of the bay (the bay itself is less than two kilometres at its widest point) and is connected to the mainland via a sand spit. Much of Fingal Bay is part of the Tomaree National Park. The park provides a striking backdrop to the bays and beaches of the area. Whether it’s kayaking, fishing, surfing, mountain biking, bush-walking or bird-watching, or even just enjoying lunch on the beach, Fingal Bay and the Port Stephens area have a multitude of activities. Here are some of the best things to do while staying at Seaside Holiday Resort Fingal Bay.
Looking for the perfect holiday destination? Seaside Resort Fingal Bay has what you need
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