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Ramada Resort Shoal Bay Please note: Guests paying with a credit card will incur a merchant service fee of 0.90% in addition to the total amount payable. We thank you for your understanding. 35-45 Shoal Bay Road, Shoal Bay, Port Stephens NSW 2315. Reception hours: 24 hours, 7 days. Reservations: 02 4984 8100

THINGS TO SEE AND DO

Shoal Bay boasts walking and cycling tracks, family friendly beaches and three national park surf beaches. For a more energetic outdoor experience, a paved pathway to the top of Mt Tomaree affords unparalleled views of Port Stephens, within a ten-minute stroll of Ramada Shoal Bay. 

The Port Stephens–Great Lakes Marine Park is the largest in New South Wales with more than 160 resident dolphins and 7,000 humpback whales passing just off the headland on migration each year. Shoal Bay is situated in the greater Port Stephens region with a radiant waterway that is two-and-a-half times larger than Sydney Harbour. Visitors can explore the region by bike as Port Stephens has 24/7 automatic bike hire stations.

Other remarkable features include the largest continual moving sand mass in NSW, Stockton Beach, the renowned Hunter Valley winemaking region and the historic city of Newcastle. Pick your ideal adventure with our partners at Experience OZ and book online today! 

 

Shoal Bay boasts walking and cycling tracks, flat water family friendly beaches as well as three wholesome National Park surf beaches. For a more energetic outdoor experience, a paved pathway to the top of Mount Tomaree affords unparalleled views of Port Stephens, all within a ten minute stroll of the Resort. Port Stephens is also the largest Marine Park in NSW with over 160 resident dolphins and 7000 Humpback Whales passing just off the headland on migration each year. Shoal Bay is situated in the greater Port Stephens region with a radiant waterway, two and a half times larger than Sydney Harbour. Other remarkable features include the largest continual moving sand mass in NSW – Stockton Beach, the world famous Hunter Valley – one of Australia’s best known winemaking regions and the historic city of Newcastle.