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Birubi Beach to Boat Harbour Guided Trail Walk 2020

Remote coastal walk of the headlands between Birubi beach, Fishermans Bay and Boat Harbour. Spot some whales and dolphins amoung the ocean birdlife

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Product Description

Starting Location: Birubi Beach Surf Lifesaving Club cark park, Anna Bay
Finishing Location: Birubi Beach Surf Lifesaving Club cark park, Anna Bay
Duration of Tour: Up to 2 hours
Distance walked: 4 KLM
Grade: Moderate
Toilet availability   There are public toilets at the beginning, mid walk and end of walk.
Quality of walk-way: Formed tracks, fire trails and rocky foreshore
Set Group Departures: 10:00 am every Sunday. Bookings essential
Cost: $50 per adult $45 per child Family pass $150 (2 adults and 2 under 16)
Minimum Numbers: 2 participants are required to operate this tour if minimum numbers are not reached you will either be refunded, transferred or can choose to pay an additional $40 for a private tour.

Come and experience the magnificent views of the Port Stephens rocky foreshore in our guided walk from Birubi Beach to Boat Harbour.

Enjoy watching from above our amazing marine life including whales, dolphins and schools of fish. One of the best vantage points to see whales is located on a small remote rocky headland in-between Fishermans Bay and Boat Harbour. You may even sight our native goannas, echidnas and vast array of birdlife that inhabit the area.

Explore a little visited part of Port Stephens coastline with insights and commentaries of the rocky bays and headlands.

Tour Inclusions: Return transfer back to Birubi beach (start location), tour commentary of region, national park fees, public liability insurance, qualified tour guide and first aid equipment.

Private tours: Contact us for bookings and prices.

What to bring: Sturdy walking shoes, 1L water, snacks, layered clothing to suit the season and raincoat if the weather looks ominous. This tour is not suitable for children under 9