Best Vacation Home Deals in Nelson Bay
Discover a vacation home that matches your preferences among the 4,282 great properties from numerous partner websites in Nelson Bay. By comparing these accommodations, HomeToGo highlights the lowest prices as well as the most popular properties in Nelson Bay.
Recommended Vacation Rentals in Nelson Bay
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Price and Availability Index in Nelson Bay
Vacation Rental Price Information in Nelson Bay
This graph displays the average prices for the next twelve months in Nelson Bay. The most expensive week to book a rental in Nelson Bay is in January (1/4 - 1/11). Prices decrease in May to an average of $155 per night (5/11 - 5/18).
Rental Availability Information in Nelson Bay
Have a look at the above graph to see the global availability of vacation rentals in Nelson Bay. The week with the lowest percentage of available accommodations is in December (12/28 - 1/4). Conversely, 96% of the rentals are still available during a week in March (3/16 - 3/23).
The Weather in Nelson Bay
The above is a climate diagram for Nelson Bay. January is the warmest month in Nelson Bay with average maximum temperatures of 84°. Conversely, July is the coolest month in Nelson Bay, with temperatures going under 42° The rainiest month is January while the driest month is August.
Experience Australia's wilderness with a Nelson Bay vacation home
Experience the rich natural bounty of Nelson Bay, Australia, while staying at vacation accommodations. Feed a whale, swim with dolphins, and tuck into the region's bountiful culinary delights.
Festivals for foodies
There's a food festival for almost every month of the year in the Nelson Bay area. Come for the Nelson Bay Foreshore Festival in February to dine on some of the freshest seafood you've tasted in your life. The Myall Prawn Festival in March is a celebration of all things crustacean.
Meanwhile, the Karuah Oyster and Timber Festival in April draws attention to the region's famous fresh oysters. Every November, foodies congregate once more for the Tastes of the Bay Food and Wine Festival, and gorge themselves on scrumptious seafood, figs, olives, and locally brewed craft beers.
Chinese fisherman established Nelson Bay in the 19th century. Since then, it has become a top destination due to its remarkable beauty. Worimi Conservation Lands' shifting sand dunes are managed by the Worimi people, who allow visitors to drive along the spectacular 35-kilometer beach.
The region's maritime history is showcased at Nelson Head Lighthouse Cottage, an intricate museum. You can also visit a coastguard radio base for insight into its operations.
Swim with dolphins at Port Stephens
At the Tilligerry Habitat State Reserve, you can watch Australia's emblematic koalas in their native habitat, and at Port Stephens, you can see pods of dolphins and humpback whales. Why not take a dolphin tour and swim with these fascinating and intelligent creatures? You can also learn about local marine life and feed whales at the Australian Shark and Ray Center.
From Tomaree Head Summit, the views over Port Stephens are sublime. The national park here is an idyllic place for hiking. From the top of Gan Gan Hill, you can see the whole region, all the way to the glittering Myall Lakes.
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