Port Stephens, Port Stephens, Sydney is a great place to see dolphins. It is said that the chance of seeing dolphins is over 95%.
In the morning, I took the cruise ship to the sea with full expectation. The result did not form one of the 5% did not see the dolphins.
But its good to have a beautiful view of the harbour.
Interestingly, the cruise ship will drop the water viewing platform surrounded by nets. The friends can put on the swimsuit and go to the net to play with water. If they encounter dolphins, they can swim with the dolphins,
Very good, worth recommending.
Port Stephens, the US military's naval base, is located in Nelson Bay, Nelson Bay, Australia, only 3 hours drive from Sydney.
In addition to the sea, there is a beach where you can "sand". There are 26 large and small golden beaches, and the most popular beaches for visitors are Shoal Beach, Fingal Beach, and the widest Stockton Beach.
There are a variety of water sports and ATV projects here. In addition, the scenery here is also superb, especially the sunset of the day, we came here specifically in the fast sunset, just for the sunset.
When the setting sun comes, this calm shock hits my heart. We stood on the pier in the sunset and watched the sun fall in a foreign country, leaving a brilliant afterglow. Can't miss the morning and sunset of a city. Come here, don't miss the sunset at this pier. Every second of the scenery here is like the picture of every frame in the movie, so beautiful is not true. My instinctive reaction, pick up the camera and press the shutter. Time passed slowly, and the sun disappeared a little bit until the night fell. I was glad to record this picture every second in the camera. I am also very glad that I have you around.