What's on in Fingal Bay, NSW
Fingal Bay is a beautiful and well-known holiday centre located between Anna Bay and Shoal Bay on the coast close to the mouth of the magnificent Port Stephens. Fingal Bay is often confused with the actual entrance to Port Stephens. Fingal Bay is enclosed by the Tomaree National Park, which contains a range of habitats including: sand dunes, coastal bushland, beautiful scenery, heathland and more than 25 km of secluded beaches and rocky coastline. The fishing is very rewarding and exciting from Fingal Bay beach, the spit area and from the rocks beneath the Headlands. Many large fish have been landed off the spit, which is a renowned fishing spot. The beach is also very popular with swimmers and surfers and it is relatively protected in the southern corner by the headland. Fingal Bay has
a holiday resort, a charming patrolled beach, and an excellent boat ramp. Whales can often be seen cruising offshore in the migration season between September and November, and sometimes between late May and July. The whales come to the area to rub their barnacles off using a rocky reef located 50 m offshore of the beach. Fingal Bay offers many family activities including: swimming, canoeing, fishing, scuba diving, surfing, snorkelling and simple family play on the beach. There is a wide range of holiday accommodation on the beachfront at Fingal Bay.
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