Lemon Tree Passage

Lemon Tree Passage is located on the tip of the Tilligerry Peninsula in Port Stephens. It is known for it koala colony and is the best place to see koalas in the wild.

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Lemon Tree Passage Attractions

Tilligerry Habitat Reserve

See koalas in their natural habitat. A variety of easy loop walks on boardwalk, sand or gravel tracks. Guided walks and eco-tours, with skilled koala spotters and bush tucker orientation. Visit a native nursery with plants local to the area - ideal for people wanting to create a home for wildlife in their own backyards. Local arts and crafts also available.

Where: 2E King Albert, Ave, Tanilba Bay
Open: 9am-3pm, Mon-Fri and Sat 10.30am-2pm
Telephone: 02-4984-5677
Website: http://tilligerryhabitat.wordpress.com


Tanilba House

Tanilba House is one of the oldest houses in Australia - it was built by convicts in 1831. Today the house features exhibitions and live music. Enjoy a light lunch or devonshire tea.

Open: 10.30am-4.30pm, Wed-Sun. Closed public holidays.
Where: Caswell Crescent, Tanilba Bay
Telephone: 02-4982-4866


Featured Accommodation - Lemon Tree Passage

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