Seaside Holiday Resort offers 60 self-contained two-bedroom units – including six easy access wheelchair accessible units – that can sleep up to six guests. We aim to ensure that every guest’s stay is as enjoyable as possible. We are committed to providing suitable access for all our guests, whatever their individual needs. We’re proud to say that in 2019 we were accredited as a Quality Tourism Accredited Business.
Fingal Bay and Port Stephens Area
Fingal Bay is the eastern-most suburb in the Port Stephens community. Most of Fingal Bay lies within Tomaree National Park, which is filled with beautiful beaches, majestic forests, and coastal scrubland. Common activities include swimming, snorkelling, scuba diving or surfing on the beaches, dolphin, and whale watching cruises, beach or chartered fishing, bush walks, kayaking, stand up paddle-boarding, quad bike & 4WD tours on Stockton Beach, and much more!
Port Stephens is known for its abundance of wonderful seafood. Many of our restaurants cater specifically for seafood lovers. The Hunter Valley is another great location for foodies and tempting wines, making this a popular day trip.
THINGS TO DO IN FINGAL BAY
Fingal Bay and Tomaree National Park are located on the shores of the Tasman Sea. The park provides a striking backdrop to the bays and beaches of the area. You can enjoy the beautiful nature on your own, or if you wish, join one of the guided Tomaree Head Summit Walks. The summit walk provides unparalleled views of Port Stephens and the coastline. If you’re there in season (May to October) it’s a wonderful way to view whales as well.
Another great way to explore the Fingal Bay area is to arrange a boat trip to the Port Stephens Lighthouse. The lighthouse is located on Fingal Island, about two kilometres from the mainland. The unique construction of the lighthouse in 1862 makes it one of the most notable lighthouses in Australia, and a sure hit among the architectural buffs and history lovers alike.