Salamander Beach Accommodation

196 Soldiers Point Rd , Port Stephens, New South Wales, 2317, Australia | Inn
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This inn, located on 196 Soldiers Point Rd , Port Stephens, is near Imagine Cruises, Soldiers Point Marina, and Samurai Beach.
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    Travel Blogs from Port Stephens

    Did somebody say sand dunes?

    A travel blog entry by dennisozexplore on Jul 02, 2014

    2 comments, 14 photos

    Today saw us do a little exploring of the Big 4 and surrounds however we had a mission and that was to take the Prado on the sand and boy was there some sand to see. After buying our 10 dollar 3 day pass we took off with the hope of not having to use our recovery gear. Once we eventually found our way in and we were off. Lachlan just wanted to go faster however I just wanted not to get stuck. After about 20km on the beach we reached the ...


    A travel blog entry by artell on Nov 01, 2013


    ... another $1500 right now.

    Registration has arrived for the bike and the caravan, my real estate license is due for renewal, seems we are back in the real world!!

    The cars are good, Kim cleaned up the truck very nicely for us and Harley washed the Lexus before returning it, so we are OK for transport, although Bert & Carole arrive tomorrow from New Zealand so if they borrow one we will be down to ...

    A lovely sunny day....

    A travel blog entry by carween on Sep 18, 2013

    6 photos

    ... are like paradise.

    On returning to Nelson Bay, we went up to the Port Stephens Marine Rescue Facility and Lighthouse, where the views are not to be missed. There is a little gift shop, a museum showing the old lightkeeper’s house and a little café. So we ordered coffee and drank in the amazing landscape!

    Tonight, thankfully the wind has dropped so let’s hope for some more lovely weather in the next few ...

    Lemon Tree Passage (Port Stephens)

    A travel blog entry by stephwoodall on May 10, 2013

    1 comment, 14 photos

    ... great marketing gimmick or the koala's have headed north for the winter.

    We had a look around town and went to a macadamia farm (I can't get enough macadamia's). Most of our time in Port Stephens was spent just relaxing and reading etc. The fact that the weather was generally sh!t was good encouragement for that too.

    This is going to be very politically incorrect but I ...

    Time for a holiday

    A travel blog entry by lindainoz on Jan 25, 2013

    33 photos

    ... over huge sand dunes to get to One Mile Beach and walked along Gan Gan Road koala spotting but no joy.. so we found a pub in Anna Bay. On Sunday the torrential rain set in.. and it can sure rain here but we were cozy in 'The Shed' the cool games room and watching the rain from our outdoor kitchen.

    The hunt for the elusive koala ...