Hawks Nest - Eat

Hawks Nest
Quiet and sleepy holiday destination on the northern shore of Port Stephens
The tranquil and rather beautiful township of Hawks Nest, with both ocean and river frontage, is located at the northern head of Port Stephens 222 km north of Sydney via the Pacific Highway, 79 km north-east of Newcastle, 12 km off the Pacific Highway and 16 m above sea-level. With a population of 1100 people it is separated from its sister town, Tea Gardens, by the mouth of the Myall River, which runs from the Myall Lakes down to Port Stephens, and joined to it by the 'Singing Bridge', named for its tendency to act like a wind harp in a strong south-westerly breeze. The eastern rim of Hawks Nest faces the ocean, its beaches spanning northwards into the forests and lagoons of nearby Myall Lakes National Park.

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Hawks Nest - Sleep

Hawks Nest
Quiet and sleepy holiday destination on the northern shore of Port Stephens
The tranquil and rather beautiful township of Hawks Nest, with both ocean and river frontage, is located at the northern head of Port Stephens 222 km north of Sydney via the Pacific Highway, 79 km north-east of Newcastle, 12 km off the Pacific Highway and 16 m above sea-level. With a population of 1100 people it is separated from its sister town, Tea Gardens, by the mouth of the Myall River, which runs from the Myall Lakes down to Port Stephens, and joined to it by the 'Singing Bridge', named for its tendency to act like a wind harp in a strong south-westerly breeze. The eastern rim of Hawks Nest faces the ocean, its beaches spanning northwards into the forests and lagoons of nearby Myall Lakes National Park.

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Hawks Nest - Culture and History

Hawks Nest
Quiet and sleepy holiday destination on the northern shore of Port Stephens
The tranquil and rather beautiful township of Hawks Nest, with both ocean and river frontage, is located at the northern head of Port Stephens 222 km north of Sydney via the Pacific Highway, 79 km north-east of Newcastle, 12 km off the Pacific Highway and 16 m above sea-level. With a population of 1100 people it is separated from its sister town, Tea Gardens, by the mouth of the Myall River, which runs from the Myall Lakes down to Port Stephens, and joined to it by the 'Singing Bridge', named for its tendency to act like a wind harp in a strong south-westerly breeze. The eastern rim of Hawks Nest faces the ocean, its beaches spanning northwards into the forests and lagoons of nearby Myall Lakes National Park.

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Port Stephens - Fast Facts

Port Stephens (including Soldiers Point, Salamander Bay and Shoal Bay)
Large natural harbour north of Newcastle with a number of holiday towns around its edges.
Port Stephens is a large natural harbour which spans the 24 km between the mouth of the Karuah River to the Pacific Ocean. The harbour is divided in two by Soldiers Point.

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Port Stephens - Culture and History

Port Stephens (including Soldiers Point, Salamander Bay and Shoal Bay)
Large natural harbour north of Newcastle with a number of holiday towns around its edges.
Port Stephens is a large natural harbour which spans the 24 km between the mouth of the Karuah River to the Pacific Ocean. The harbour is divided in two by Soldiers Point.

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Port Stephens - Places to See

Port Stephens (including Soldiers Point, Salamander Bay and Shoal Bay)
Large natural harbour north of Newcastle with a number of holiday towns around its edges.
Port Stephens is a large natural harbour which spans the 24 km between the mouth of the Karuah River to the Pacific Ocean. The harbour is divided in two by Soldiers Point.

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Port Stephens - Eat

Port Stephens (including Soldiers Point, Salamander Bay and Shoal Bay)
Large natural harbour north of Newcastle with a number of holiday towns around its edges.
Port Stephens is a large natural harbour which spans the 24 km between the mouth of the Karuah River to the Pacific Ocean. The harbour is divided in two by Soldiers Point.

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Port Stephens - Sleep

Port Stephens (including Soldiers Point, Salamander Bay and Shoal Bay)
Large natural harbour north of Newcastle with a number of holiday towns around its edges.
Port Stephens is a large natural harbour which spans the 24 km between the mouth of the Karuah River to the Pacific Ocean. The harbour is divided in two by Soldiers Point.

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