Port Stephens Treescape is perfectly positioned to take advantage of the beautiful bush tracks and trails in Port Stephens.
Whether you're walking or riding your bike you'll love the quiet easy trails that interlink the area.
Download the National Parks map and enjoy your adventure......
Here are a few other walks you may also enjoy - Port Stephens Walks
Recommended Trails & Tracks from Treescape:
You can access Samurai Beach from the back of the Park, see our site map for gate locations. This is an easy walk of approx 600m that will bring you out through the Samurai Dunes onto the beach.
Please note that this is a designated free beach (clothing optional) by NSW Government but is shared by a mix of all users, surfers, swimmers, families. This beach is NOT patrolled so please take care when swimming. You can also walk across the rocks to the patrolled One Mile Beach for a safe swim, this is a very popular beach during Summer.
Big Rocky Track - walking, bikes and limited car/4WD
1. Exit Treescape and turn right onto Gan Gan Road.
2. After approx 1.5 km take your first right signposted the Big Rocky Track.
3. There is an area for parking approx 2km along this track, after this point it is only accessible by 4WD, walkers and mountain bikes. The Big Rocky Headland is approximately another km further on and offers spectacular views. Take a picnic!
Big Rocky Headland Trail
If you are walking or riding you can continue along the Big Rocky Headland trail which will bring you out at Bounder Bay in Fingal Bay - this is approx 2.5km and is a beautiful walk through lovely bushland.
Tip: If you are mountain bike riding you can return to Treescape from Boulder Bay via the Tank/ Anna Bay Bore Line trail which will bring you back to Gan Gan Road. Don't forget to ride to FIngal Bay Surf Club for a coffee with a view.
We'd be happy to suggest more tracks for you to try, just ask us at reception.