Dive into the world of humpback whales and bottle-nosed dolphins during this luxury private day tour to Port Stephens from Sydney. The tour pass through the Northern Suburbs and across the Hawkesbury River. Discover the white sand beaches, the dunes and the seaside town of Nelson Bay. If you're feeling adventurous, opt for an optional 4WD tour or sand boarding experience on the sand dunes of Stockton Beach.

  • Dolphin cruise

    Dolphin cruise

  • Dolphins

    Dolphins

  • vehicle

    vehicle

  • Sandboarding

    Sandboarding

  • Tomaree head

    Tomaree head

  • Tomaree head lookout

    Tomaree head lookout

  • Tomaree head summit walk

    Tomaree head summit walk


TOUR HIGHLIGHTS

    A luxury private tour

    Hotel pick up and drop off at Sydney CBD

    Hawkesbury River

    Explore pristine beaches, humpback whales and bottle-nosed dolphins

    Visit Port Stephens Winery, Murray's Brewery and Gan Gan Lookout

    Flexibility

TOUR DETAILS

Tour schedule Depart Saturdays and Sundays
Price FROM 1000.00 AUD
Pick up & Drop-off from Sydney CBD
Inclusions Hotel pickup and drop-off from Sydney CBD
Travel in a luxury people mover
Driver/guide
Port Stephens winey and brewery visit
Chilled onboard refreshments
Exclusion Food and drinks, unless specified
Attraction entry fees or activity fees
Maximum group size Our vehicle comfortably fits 9 travelers (driver + 8) with the rear seat best suited to slightly built youngers..
What to bring Jacket in the cooler months
comfortable footwear
Comfortable walking trousers/shorts
Camera
Hat
Sunglasses
Sunscreen
About the vehicle We will be driving in a luxury people mover complete with leather seats, DVD entertainment and climate control.

Port Stephens Tour Highlights

Port Stephens tea room

Inner light tea room is one of the top places to enjoy an afternoon tea having the panoramic views of Port Stephens. The gold coin donation maritime museum and old lighthouse gate keeper’s cottage are some of the highlights here. Currently, this is the home for local Marine Rescue radio base too.

Dolphins at Port Stephens

The coastal line of Port Stephens is the house for over 120 resident bottlenose dolphins. This makes Port Stephens as one the most visited places in Sydney and travelers want to catch a glimpse of the dolphins playfully going about their day to day lives. As of aboriginal culture, elders of Worimi would able to speak to dolphins to find food sources.

Port Stephens brewery

Murray is one of Australia’s leading craft beer brewery based in Port Stephens. It is not only a house for highly rated beer, but also for wines and one of the best pub restaurants in the area.

Port Stephens lookouts

You will be mesmerized with the views of Tomaree head at Port Stephens. A 161m above the sea level hike offers unparallel views of Cabbage Tree, Yacaaba head, Broughton and Boondelbah islands.

Port Stephens sand boarding

The giant Stockton Bight sand dunes is a paradise for many adventure activities who is visiting Nelson Bay. The dunes tower over 30 meters and it is the largest moving coastal dunes in the Southern Hemisphere. Sandboarding, 4WD and camel and horse riding are few of those popular activities at Nelson Bay.

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    Tracey

    Port Stephens - This is a definite must if you visit Sydney. We wanted to try sand boarding and Dolphin cruise while we were in Sydney and decided to book a private tour. Easy going guide and well-organized tour which can highly recommend.

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    Sean

    Port Stephens private tour - amazing service, price, well knowledge guide well worth the money. Raki the driver guide was really informative and helpful. The dunes at Port Stephens were perfect after some rain and I flew over them! I highly recommend travelling with Sydney Top tours if you are after a private tour to Port Stephens.

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    Brendan

    Tour to Port Stephens - Highly recommended as the driver is great and you’ll have a lot of fun! The driver took a little detour via the beach, as there were whales near the sea! Highly recommended.

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