Book Direct with us and Save! The Shoal Bay Beach Apartments are an ideal base for your Port Stephens holiday. Built in 2010 they are are just a 250 metre walk from Shoal Bay Beach. All its apartments have widescreen LCD TVs, DVD players, granite bench top kitchens and microwave. The apartments feature large indoor/outdoor living areas with private BBQ’s and dining facilities on spacious balconies. Beach Club facilities include an on-site plunge pool.The Bay area offers an array of restaurants, bars and local attractions within easy walking distance. There is a bus stop outside the apartments. This is a great way to get into Nelson Bay for dinner without the parking and other hassles.
All the apartments are individually owned and the apartments listed on this site (12 and 14) are owned and managed by two well known Port Stephens locals Rod and Jay, who also run the local paddle-board business Shoal Bay SUP. Passionate about Port Stephens, active members of the local tourism industry, Jay and Rod will try their hardest to make sure your stay in Port Stephens is special. Come down to see us at Shoal Bay SUP and if you mention you are staying at the apartments I'm sure you will be looked after with some time on the water.
The neighborhood of Shoal Bay has a postcard perfect beach with soft white sand, turquoise waters, with a lighthouse at one end and the famous Mount Tomaree. This heavenly hamlet is just 5 minutes from Nelson Bay CBD and handy to many clubs, pubs, restaurants, cafes and tourist attractions.
Take the 40 minute walk to Tomaree Summit for unforgettable views of the coastline and visit the WWII gun emplacements on the way, or take the coastal walk from Zenith Beach via Wreck and Box Beach to Fingal Bay. Shoal Bay has a coastal village atmosphere with a range of beachside dining..
Hire bikes, kayaks and standup paddle boards or take a guided tour. After a day of adventure or just lazing on the beach, call in for a cooling drink at the famous Shoal Bay Country Club an institution for holiday makers built in the 1950s.
An easy walk to the northern end of the beach brings you to a road which accesses a lighthouse, marine museum and tea rooms for the best scones in the region.