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Australia. The second ‘inner’ lighthouse was built in 1872 on a
headland just inside the entrance to Port Stephens. Unusually
for a lighthouse, it didn’t have a tower. Instead, the light was
illuminated through a large window.
The Inner Lighthouse was decommissioned in 2003 and is
now open to the public. A highlight of any visit to Nelson Bay
is enjoying a coffee or light meal at the Inner Lighthouse Tea
Rooms, which have spectacular views. The cottage next door
houses a small but fascinating museum with local, maritime
and lighthouse history. Several posters on one wall list the
names of all the ships that have been lost in nearby waters.
The old lighthouse is also home to the Coastal Patrol radio
base. Its volunteers are on standby 24 hours a day, seven days a
week, 365 days a year. Visitors are welcome and, because it’s
a quiet afternoon when we arrive, the volunteers are happy to
talk to us about the treacherous waters and some of the people
they have rescued in the past.
We walk off our lighthouse lunch along the beach, which,
thanks to our history notes, we know looked very different in
the 1940s. It’s now late afternoon and the foreshore is buzzing
with dog walkers, runners, swimmers and families of all shapes
and sizes. The scene is an apt reminder that sometimes history
has a way of making us appreciate what we have today.
SAND DUNE SAFARIS STOCKTON BEACH
Stockton Beach dunes are the largest continuous mobile
sand dunes in the southern hemisphere and each year
they shift around four metres. You can also go
sandboarding on them! Visit sanddunesafaris.com.au or
call 0425 213 096.
People interested in wartime history would do well to
visit Fighter World (fighterworld.com.au), located on the
edge of the Williamtown airbase, 20 minutes from
Newcastle. Visitors can get up close to dozens of iconic
aircraft and stand on a viewing platform while loud air
force jets take off above.
STOCKTON BEACH HOLIDAY PARK
Located at the Newcastle end of Stockton Beach and just
metres from the water, there’s a range of accommodation
with great swimming, surfing and fishing spots nearby.
Visit stocktonbeach.com or call 1800 778 562.
Aircraft from Williamtown airbase
would dump unused bombs on the
beach before they returned to base
TOP 5 COASTAL GETAWAYS
Open Road’s deputy editor, Kris Ashton, picks his
favourite spots on the NSW coastline:
My wife and I overnighted in Narooma for convenience and
were surprised at its charm how much it offers tourists.
My grandparents first holidayed here when the area was
almost uninhabited. It’s impossible to beat for fishing,
surfing, and coastal quietude.
This was the go-to holiday destination of my childhood.
It looks a lot different these days, but most of the
development has been for the better.
There are so many amazing places between Bombah Point
and Forster. It’s a Mid North Coast region that feels much
like the South Coast.
This small coastal town has a lot of culture and character.
I’m still recovering from my podium finish in the chilli eating
competition, part of its annual Chilli Festival.
Kris scorched his way to third
place in one of Sawtell’s
chilli eating competitions.
PLACES TO VISIT
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