|Starting Location:||Mt Tomaree cark park, Shoal Bay|
|Finishing Location:||Mt Tomaree cark park, Shoal Bay|
|Duration of Tour:||Up to 1 hour and 50 minutes|
|Distance walked:||3 KLM|
|Quality of walk-way:||Formed tracks|
|Daily Set Group Departures:||Every Thursday, times vary to daylight hours. Bookings essential|
|Cost:||$45 per adult $40 per child Family pass $145 (2 adults and 2 under 16)|
|Minimum Numbers:||2 Participants are required to operate this tour. If minimum numbers are not reached you can be either refunded, transfer date or pay an additional $45 to have a private tour.|
Come and experience the majestic views of Port Stephens from the summit of Tomaree Mountain. Enjoy watching from above our incredible marine life including whales, dolphins and schools of fish. Migaloo, the famous white whale, has been sighted from here in the whale migrating season. You may even sight our native goannas, echidnas and vast array of birdlife that inhabit the mountain.
Our sunrise/set tours explore the mountain in under an hour and fifty minutes with insights and commentaries to the historical artifacts that lay in ruin. We travel during lowlight hours to ensure you capture the best light conditions as the sun rises or sets.
Our Fort Tomaree tours are guided historical tours of military wartime relics that lay in ruin around the mountain from the 1942 wartime site. Our guides explain the happenings during the crisis year of 1942 when the threat of an Australian invasion by Japan was at its height. Fort Tomaree was established as a part of the network of east coast defences protecting Australia.
MT Tomaree offers you 360-degree views from the summit and the viewing platforms
Tour Inclusions: water bottle 600ml, a headlamp to use, completion Certificate, tour commentary of the historical sites, national park fees, public liability insurance and qualified tour guide.
Private tours: Contact us for bookings and prices.
What to bring: Sturdy walking shoes, layered clothing to suit the season and raincoat if the weather looks ominous. This tour is not suitable for children under 6