Fingal Bay Beach is a glorious white sand beach tucked under Fingal Head.
This family-friendly, patrolled surf beach is perfect to catch a wave, catch a fish, or just catch a sunrise on your early morning walk. Spend a relaxing Sunday afternoon overlooking the beach.
Fingal Spit is a sand spit that links the mainland to Fingal Island. The island is still accessible by boat and well worth taking a cruise which includes a fully guided nature walk visiting an Aboriginal fish trap lagoon, as well as Point Stephens Lighthouse and ruined caretakers cottage.
If you drive to the end of the beach and on the headland you will find a whale-watching platform. Whales pass from May to November.
Fingal Beach is one of the most photographed locations in Port Stephens.