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Whether you arrive by water, air or road, Soldiers Point Marina is a haven away from the hustle and bustle .. a world of leisure awaiting you and your family and friends.

 


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Directions

Boat

  • Coordinates
    Lat 32°42'05.3"S
    Long 152°03'46.0"E
  • Distance
    From Sydney Heads to Port Stephens Heads 92 Nautical Mile

Car

  1. From Sydney Take the F3 Freeway from Sydney and travel to the end of the Freeway, turn right at the Roundabout, following the signs to Hexham and Pacific Highway.
  2. Stay in the left lane, follow the signs to Taree and the Pacific Highway over the Hexham Bridge.
  3. Travelling north you are now on the Pacific Highway, continue on to the Richardson Road exit, turn right at the Roundabout. Follow the signs to Nelson Bay.
  4. Turn left at Port Stephens Drive. Travel on to the Roundabout at the junction of Salamander Way and Soldiers Point Road, turn left into Soldiers Point Road and continue along this road to the end.
  5. Download and print our custom map with directions by clicking here.
  • Our address is:
    Sunset Boulevarde
    Soldiers Point
    NSW 2317

Plane

  • There are direct flights from Sydney, Brisbane, Gold Coast, Melbourne and Canberra to Newcastle Airport (Williamtown). Phone Newcastle Airport on (02) 4928 9800
  • Car rental is available at the airport.
  • Newcastle Airport

Bus and Train

  • Daily Coach Service
    From Sydney and Newcastle Phone Port Stephens Coaches on (02) 4982 2940
    Port Stephens Coaches - www.pscoaches.com.au
  • By Train to Newcastle
    Take the train to Newcastle and connect with a bus direct to Port Stephens.
    Phone 131 500 for trains. 
  • Sydney Trains
  • NSW Train Link (Formally Country Link)

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Testimonial

We have been at the marina for 2-3 years now and it is an experience to be moored there. The on wharf staff are absolutely fabulous and whenever there is any sort of incident, ie bad weather, you know that they will attend to your boat without you having to race down there. They will also help you get out of the marina or moor up in bad weather or a high tide running, which is a great help to amateur mariners. The added bonuses are of course the wonderful bathroom facilities, access to two great restaurants, the early morning coffees and the sunset cocktails. All in all, a great experience.

Jennifer Gray, Salamander Bay NSW