I live in Newcastle about 1 hour from Nelson Bay and I can tell you it is an awesome beach. There are four wheel drive and horse treks over the beach.
Stockton Beach is one of the largest and most beautiful beach's in the world, it even has an old ship wreck called the Sigma which provides great fishing, you can even see aboriginal signs of shell midins (mounds of shells) from when they inhabited the area.
If you have a 4 wheel drive you can get on Stockton beach at Stockton and drive all the way up to Birubi Point approx 10-12 klm, then by road to Nelson Bay in about 10 mins, whilst there you can go whale and dolphin watching, have a terrific meal at the Shoal Bay tavern... ... and while you are in the area you should check out the Dungog / Barrinton Tops area the activities are endless and accommodation is second to none...
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