Have a whale of a time on Sunday 15th July and participate to create the biggest human humpback as we celebrate the annual whale watching season. Join all the fun as the mammoth mammal takes shape on the sand of Fingal Beach. When: Sunday 15th July 2018 Where: Fingal Beach (Fingal Beach Surf Life Saving Club Marine…Details
DESTINATION NSW – NEW TRAINING FOR NSW TOURISM INDUSTRY Destination NSW has released the 2018-19 ‘NSW First Program’ industry training program which includes a series of workshops being held across the state and webcasts which can be accessed 24/7. The program offers the NSW tourism industry the tools and knowledge needed to gain a competitive…Details
Stay up-to-date with law changes that might affect your business… From 1st July 2018 some laws will change for businesses who employ staff or collect personal data. There are also changes which will affect those businesses who produce, distribute, import, export or sell food. Changes to gift card expiry dates and fees for NSW From 31 March 2018,…Details
At Port Stephens Council, we understand the benefits a strong and thriving economy brings to our community and we are committed to helping your business grow. To do this, we need to understand the health of business across our region and to know what it is that you need to make your business succeed. The Port…Details
What’s the @Australia Instagram profile all about? It’s about inspiring the world to visit Australia. Tourism Australia has created this profile to be a hub for people who are planning to visit, have visited, or simply have a great love for holidays in Australia. Here you’ll find general information and tips on travelling to Australia, as…Details
What a perfect day to welcome the first 1,000 visitors to Port Stephens from the Jeunesse Global Incentive Group! This week and next, Port Stephens will welcome over 6,000 visitors from China and Taiwan who will experience our dolphins and dunes as part of the Jeunesse Lifestyle Rewards 2018 event. Moonshadow-TQC have been working hard…Details
It’s that time of the year again to celebrate all things ‘Mother Nature’. With Tomaree National Park, the Worimi Conservation Lands (Stockton Bight Sand Dunes), 32kms of the longest moving sand dunes in the southern hemisphere, and a marine park covering 98,000 hectares… its little wonder we attract so many nature lovers to the…Details
For those who were unable to attend the members meeting on Monday, we are pleased to share the informative presentations delivered by TripAdvisor and TripAdvisor Experiences (Viator) TripAdvisor is the world’s largest travel site with a global audience of 455 million visitors per month, enabling travellers to plan and book the perfect trip. TripAdvisor Experiences (Viator)…Details
Port Stephens Visitor Information Centre welcomes an average of 10,000 visitors per month all seeking information on things to see and do in Port Stephens and surrounds. The Visitors Centre Display Screen Advertising is a great opportunity to promote video footage of your experience to an interested audience. The video displays 24 hours a day year round…Details
We are excited to reveal our new look Port Stephens Map. Secure your position NOW!! Bookings Close Thursday 24 May 2018. The Port Stephens map is very popular with visitors to the region and are distributed via the Visitor Information Centre as well as at hotels, resorts, holiday parks, letting agents and via tour operators, attractions, booking…Details
Port Stephens will soon be home to a $3 million Koala Sanctuary, with Council successfully securing funding from the NSW Government to build the facility at Treescape Holiday Park, One Mile Beach.
Port Stephens Mayor Ryan Palmer described the announcement as a huge win for Port Stephens and its koala population.
The RAAF “Welcome to Williamtown” 2019 publication provides the opportunity to connect and promote your product to Defence personnel and families. This is a yearly publication and 6,000 copies are produced. The cost to feature your product in the directory is $250 plus GST. The current 2018 Welcome to Williamtown publication can be viewed online at…Details