01234567890liStephen port, located in the state of new south wales in Australia, north of Sydney, known as "blue heaven", the collection of fishing, whale watching, rowing, smooth sand, fly, outdoor barbecue. About two and a half hour''s drive from Sydney, drive to is very convenient.
_GG***81I went to Sandbar beach in July!!!! My friend took me and other my friends to there:))) I have been to there before yet, my first time to go there by small ship!!! was really fun and almost dropped from that ship lmfao Water was really clean like crazy! After that, we also went to Coconuts island!! There were many fishes under the water and swam together!!! The sunlight was beautiful and stunning!!! would love to go both someday again xxx
136***62The dolphin watching in Port Stephens, Australia is so unique. When we meet up close, the dolphins will jump in front of us, jumping under the boat and swimming in groups. If you are lucky, you will jump on the boat to meet you and take pictures. It's a harbour worth visiting.
zhweieianna bay is an attraction that is half the sea and half the beach, so you can play sandboarding here. It is to take a skateboard to slide down a sloped sand slope by hand. Controlled by hand is an absolute handbrake! I was a little scared, but it was actually very fun and not dangerous at all. It is a bit tired to climb to the top of the sand slope every time I finish sliding. Mainly the beach is not covered at all. If the weather is very hot, it feels like you will be exposed to the sun.
358***33The Moonshade Dolphin Watching Cruise is a cruise for watching dolphins in Nelson Bay, Sydney. The ship is relatively large, especially the hull is very wide, and it runs very smoothly. There are many dolphins here, and watching them swim in groups, the scene is spectacular. The facilities of the dolphin watching boat are also very good, and a rich buffet will be provided to tourists. I feel that the 22 yuan AUD ticket is very worthwhile
Don't get me started, as a big international traveller you can understand when I say I have the travel bug, but with national and state borders closed. Nothing can stop you, just take your car and hit the road. Despite I have been around a lot in my home state of NSW, the unforseen circumstances allowed me the privilege to explore even more parts of NSW and to places I haven't yet been to. Just look at the breath taking photos of parts of NSW I've now been to. Words can't describe how lucky we are to live and to have this nearby. You just gotta get out and go do it, I have been going solo and doing hikes at amazing places esp. in the Mid North Coast like Forster and Seal Rocks. Down the south coast, amazing places that aren't touristy like Stanwell Tops and Bombo (Kiama was overcrowded with Sydney tourists). Parts of the Mid North Coast like the 4th photo I have, there weren't any tourists other myself and the locals, doing a hike like up to the peak of the mountain was rewarded with views like that and great to support local businesses. I even explored more of my home in the Greater Newcastle Area, it's full of national parks and state conservation areas that I never been to and it was amazing to go to. Who really needs to go overseas now? Honestly get out of your house, jump in the car and away you go! I've already got two separate road trips planned up the North Coast in the next two weeks! Stay local and support local 👍 Come aboard the journey @travellerswill