Discover Places of Interest: Port Stephens

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Tanilba House, Admirality Avenue, was the first home to be built on Tilligerry Peninsula. It was built for Lieutenant William Caswell, a naval officer. He and his family emigrated to Australia in 1828. Caswell established farm sites at Salt Ash and Seaham (23 km north) and opted to build his homestead on the 50 acres he received at Tanilba. Open for viewing wednesdays and weekends. #portstephens #tanilbahouse

Tanilba House, Admirality Avenue, was the first home to be built on Tilligerry Peninsula. It was built for Lieutenant William Caswell, a naval officer. He and his family emigrated to Australia in 1828. Caswell established farm sites at Salt Ash and Seaham (23 km north) and opted to build his homestead on the 50 acres he received at Tanilba. Open for viewing wednesdays and weekends. #portstephens #tanilbahouse

Tanilba Bay: There are some quiet and beautiful waterways to be found at Tanilba Bay. Sea turtles and dolphins are regularly spotted here. #tanilbabay #portstephens

Tanilba Bay / Port Stephens: There are some quiet and beautiful waterways to be found at Tanilba Bay. Sea turtles and dolphins are regularly spotted here.

Lemon Tree Passage. The marina, where you will find cafes, a large children's playground and lot's of Pelicans! #portstephens #lemontreepassage

The marina, where you will find cafes, a large children's playground and lot's of Pelicans!

The Temple can be found at Admiralty Avenue, an impressive structure which stands outside the historic Tanilba House, Built by convicts for Lieutenant William Caswell who received a land grant of 50 acres in 1831. #portstephens #tanilbahouse

The Temple can be found at Admiralty Avenue, an impressive structure which stands outside the historic Tanilba House, Built by convicts for Lieutenant William Caswell who received a land grant of 50 acres in

This is a great facility for kids next to the beach with lots of amenities nearby, including toilets, parking, restaurant and cafe and a pleasant coastal walk. #fingalbay #portstephens

This is a great facility for kids next to the beach with lots of amenities nearby, including toilets, parking, restaurant and cafe and a pleasant coastal walk.

Birubi Point Surf Life Saving Club. Awesome new club house overlooking the beach reopened in December 2013. Grab a coffee at cafe CREST Birubi Beach and enjoy the amazing view.... #birubibeach #portstephens

Awesome new club house overlooking the beach reopened in December Grab a coffee at cafe CREST Birubi Beach and enjoy the amazing view.

Lemon Tree Passage. The marina, where you will find cafes, a large children's playground and lot's of Pelicans! #portstephens #lemontreepassage

The marina, where you will find cafes, a large children's playground and lot's of Pelicans!

Lemon Tree Passage: One of the beautiful waterways along the boardwalk #portstephens #lemontreepassage

Lemon Tree Passage: One of the beautiful waterways along the boardwalk…

Lemon Tree Passage: Leading up to the boardwalk - a good place for Koala spotting! #portstephens #lemontreepassage

Lemon Tree Passage: Leading up to the boardwalk - a good place for Koala spotting!

This fireplace sometimes known as a lime kiln was built by Henry F Halloran about 1931 from local stone and moved here in 2003. Four days of burning shell at 900degrees were needed to make quick lime. #tanilbabay #portstephens

This fireplace sometimes known as a lime kiln was built by Henry F Halloran about 1931 from local stone and moved here in Four days of burning shell at were needed to make quick lime.

Tanilba House, Admirality Avenue, was the first home to be built on Tilligerry Peninsula. It was built for Lieutenant William Caswell, a naval officer. He and his family emigrated to Australia in 1828. Caswell established farm sites at Salt Ash and Seaham (23 km north) and opted to build his homestead on the 50 acres he received at Tanilba. Open for viewing wednesdays and weekends. #portstephens #tanilbahouse

Tanilba House, Admirality Avenue, was the first home to be built on Tilligerry Peninsula. It was built for Lieutenant William Caswell, a naval officer. He and his family emigrated to Australia in 1828. Caswell established farm sites at Salt Ash and Seaham (23 km north) and opted to build his homestead on the 50 acres he received at Tanilba. Open for viewing wednesdays and weekends. #portstephens #tanilbahouse

Tanilba House, Admirality Avenue, was the first home to be built on Tilligerry Peninsula.  It was built for Lieutenant William Caswell, a naval officer. He and his family emigrated to Australia in 1828. Caswell established farm sites at Salt Ash and Seaham (23 km north) and opted to build his homestead on the 50 acres he received at Tanilba. Open for viewing wednesdays and weekends. #portstephens #tanilbahouse

Tanilba House, Admirality Avenue, was the first home to be built on Tilligerry Peninsula. It was built for Lieutenant William Caswell, a naval officer. He and his family emigrated to Australia in 1828. Caswell established farm sites at Salt Ash and Seaham (23 km north) and opted to build his homestead on the 50 acres he received at Tanilba. Open for viewing wednesdays and weekends. #portstephens #tanilbahouse

Tanilba Bay: There are some quiet and beautiful waterways to be found at Tanilba Bay. Sea turtles and dolphins are regularly spotted here. #tanilbabay #portstephens

Tanilba Bay: There are some quiet and beautiful waterways to be found at Tanilba Bay. Sea turtles and dolphins are regularly spotted here.

Lemon Tree Passage. There are always plenty of 'local' pelicans to spot at the Marina #portstephens #lemontreepassage

There are always plenty of 'local' pelicans to spot at the Marina

Lemon Tree Passage. There are always plenty of 'local' pelicans to spot at the Marina #portstephens #lemontreepassage

There are always plenty of 'local' pelicans to spot at the Marina

Lemon Tree Passage. Large play area for the kids surrounded by picnic area and BBQ facilities. #portstephens #lemontreepassage

Large play area for the kids surrounded by picnic area and BBQ facilities.

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