Directions & Map
Situated only 2 1/4 hours drive north of Sydney -45 minutes from Newcastle. To get here you will need to make only 4 turns when you reach a large *roundabout at the end of the F3 Freeway, i.e
1. Right at John Renshaw Dr.......
2. Left access road to cross the Hexham Bridge....
3. Right into Tomago Rd (just past the bridge).....
4. Drive approx.10 mins- then left at Nelson Bay Rd. roundabout.
We are then about 15 mins drive away, (approx 1 km before Port Stephens Dr). Just past Trotter Rd. Look out for big sign adv. Cinema Complex - we are one minute after that sign - on the left.,P>
Pinetrees Port Stephens
Come and unwind, no fuss no crowds. Six lovely clean self contained, air conditioned units, (wooden floors), plenty of space around and fresh air to breathe, park-like grounds and just a few minutes drive to the extensive beaches and sand dunes at Anna Bay. Lovely salt water pool and under cover BBQ area, trailing with grapes (in season) - cool and very relaxing. Kiddies cubby house and sand pit . Off street parking, room for a boat. Close access to Stockton dunes for 4WD. Suitable for couples or families. Great accommodation at affordable prices. Ten minutes drive to Nelson Bay. . Prices currently range from $100 to $150 per unit. (Christmas, Easter and long weekends$140 to $190 ).
Arrival Time: 14.00 | Departure Time: 10.00
DetailsTen mins drive to Nelson Bay for golfing, tennis, lawn bowls, aquatic sports, dolphin/whale/watching and dinner cruises. Toboggan Hill Park for the kids, restaurants, shopping, helicopter flights. Para gliding at Shoal Bay. Visit the inner lighthouse for breathtaking views of the bay, morning tea / lunch, or browse their maritime museum.
Visit the Community Arts & Craft Centre - hand made gifts and art on display most for sale.
Approx 60 minutes to the Hunter Valley vineyards and the award winning Hunter Valley Gardens. Approx.14 Minutes from Newcastle airport.
Lovely and clean with plenty of space around and fresh air to breathe.
Thank you for visiting our web site. Port Stephens is a haven of beautiful pristine beaches and waterways but be warned - you may never want to leave. . . .
As per Port Stephens Tourism conditions.