Salamander Bay, NSW

Salamander Bay is on Pacific Highway (A1)



Salamander Bay Attractions

Holbert's Oyster Factory Outlet

This factory outlet is located on the shores of Cromarty Bay. The premises have been designed with customer needs in mind, with a large shop front with a vast array of freshly shucked oysters and other local seafood, available to purchase. You can view, through large windows, the professional oyster shuckers at work, then take their purchase away or eat alfresco style on site overlooking stunning views of Port Stephens.

Turn east off the Pacific Highway, 6 kilometres south of the Raymond Terrace roundabout and 1 kilometre north of the Hexham Bridge, onto Tomago Road (signposted to Williamtown and Nelson Bay). Follow the signs to Nelson Bay for 39 kilometres then turn left at the roundabout onto Port Stephens Drive ( signposted to Salamander Bay and Soldiers Point). Follow this road for 4.5 kilometres then turn left at the roundabout onto Soldiers Point Road. Follow this road for 2 kilometres then turn left at the roundabout onto Diemars Road. Travel 1 kilometre, turn right at the T-intersection and the oyster factory outlet is 100 metres on the left.

www.holbertsoysterfarm.com

Port Stephens Shell Museum

When you visit the Shell Museum you will see a fascinating display of rare and beautiful shells that have been collected from all over the world. The museum also stocks original Papua New Guinea, Philippine and Aboriginal carvings, coral, ornaments, lamps, original artefacts and unusual gifts which are all for sale.

Turn east off the Pacific Highway, 6 kilometres south of the Raymond Terrace roundabout and 1 kilometre north of the Hexham Bridge onto Tomago Road (signposted to Williamtown and Nelson Bay). Travel 15 kilometres then turn left at the roundabout onto Nelson Bay Road. Travel 30 kilometres then turn left at the roundabout onto Salamander Way. At the next roundabout turn right onto Bagnall Beach Road, then left at the next roundabout onto Sandy Point Road. Travel 2 kilometres and the museum is on the left at 92 Sandy Point Road, just after Judith Street. ,

Toboggan Hill Park

This is a fantastic small-time fun park that the kids will love. Go on the toboggan run where you hurtle down a 700 metre metal chute on a one man sled. Each toboggan is equipped with brakes so you can control the speed, from slow to thrilling. You will want to do it over and over again. There is also a mini golf course, a maze, rock climbing, plaster painting, radio controlled cars and boats, arcade games and bumper cars. The park is open every day from September to May and Wednesday to Sunday in June, July and August.

Turn east off the Pacific Highway, 6 kilometres south of the Raymond Terrace roundabout and 1 kilometre north of the Hexham Bridge, onto Tomago Road (signposted to Williamtown and Nelson Bay). Travel 15 kilometres then turn left at the roundabout onto Nelson Bay Road. Travel 30 kilometres then turn left at the roundabout onto Salamander Way. Take the 1st right onto Leisure Drive then right again at the intersection onto Aquatic Close. After 150 metres to will arrive at the Tobaggan Hill Park sign.

www.tobogganhillpark.com

This page last reviewed on 3 Dec 2016