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Visiting Pacific Dunes, Port Stephens

Considering your next golfing holiday? The 18-hole championship golf course at Pacific Dunes is ideally located on the east coast of New South Wales, moments from the beach and surrounded by native flora and fauna.

Our challenging course often plays host to both international golf tours and Australian golf tours – golfing groups who come to try their hand at our diverse opening nine that winds through the native woodland setting and our stunning wetland back nine.

A short 20-minute drive will take you to Nelson Bay, an idyllic holiday destination where you can enjoy whale watching, fine dining and a bustling shopping precinct. Our golf packages include stay-and-play packages at the best accommodation spots that Nelson’s Bay has to offer.

Head to Newcastle and enjoy the pristine beaches, a fully-functioning harbour and a variety of cultural activities including art galleries and museums. A variety of amenities are close by, including Newcastle Airport with daily direct services to Sydney, Melbourne and Brisbane.

Newcastle

Nestled in the heart of the Hunter region is the beachside city of Newcastle. A top ten city in Lonely Planet’s ‘Best in Travel 2011’ guide and a 2012 International Festival and Events City award recipient, Newcastle has a rich history, quirky arts culture and a thriving dining and shopping scene. Newcastle is a city that is always changing, a city with world-class business research and industry, and a city full of hardworking, genuine people.

Port Stephens

With 26 golden beaches, a vast blue bay and many beautiful inlets, Port Stephens is an idyllic beach getaway. Freshly-caught seafood, local wineries and waterside alfresco dining is available at cafes and restaurants throughout picturesque Nelson Bay and Tea Gardens.

Birubi Beach

Birubi Beach is a 400 m long southeast-facing sand beach. The dunes behind Birubi Beach constitute the largest coastal sand mass in New South Wales and are a popular spot for activities such as quad-biking, sand-boarding and camel rides.