With a prime location and contemporary fit-out The Beach Townhouse is the perfect setting for a romantic, family and friends beach side getaway. Open the door to your stylish apartment and you will feel instantly at home. Luxuriate in the stylish décor, quality fittings and wealth of inclusions. Relax in architect designed townhouse close to the beach, easy access to the river and boat ramp, shops and restaurants. FREE Foxtel & Wi-Fi.
Our apartments provide you with a place to escape from the rush of a busy day and enjoy our quality facilities in a setting second to none. Get to know a piece of coastal paradise pack your bags take your loved one’s hand and head in to stay at The Beach Townhouse. Planes, trains, bus or automobiles! It does not matter how you get there only that you must go... paradise never looked so good! The Beach Townhouse is the perfect retreat for busy people who want to slow down, relax and enjoy the company of friend and loved one. After few days in paradise, you will wonder why you have ever spent time anywhere else.
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The Beach Townhouse - Holiday Heaven
Hawks Nest is a relaxed seaside town on the NSW Mid North Coast. Lies along an unspoiled stretch of coastline near Port Stephens nestled at the mouth of a spectacular network of lakes which cover an area 4.5 times the size of Sydney Harbour. A boating and fishing paradise, the region is also surrounded by magnificent surf beaches and offers visitors a tranquil mini-break just 2.5 hours north of Sydney and only 40 minutes from Newcastle. The idyllic haven of Hawks Nest is a slow-paced village flanked by expansive lakes, rivers, bushland and spectacular East Coast shoreline. Thanks to the array of outdoor activities on offer, beautiful landscapes to explore and friendly community vibe, this is a favourite destination for people from all walks of life a special place where nature and people live and play in harmony. This tranquil paradise offers an array of activities and attractions. Due to the many waterways, water sports and fishing is a favourite pastime for visitors and residents alike, and there are plenty of local businesses available to assist. Swim, snorkel or just relax on Bennetts Beach with its pounding surf and miles of shoreline that offers access to 4WD’s. Few minutes away famous Jimmys Beach on spectacular Port Stephens offering stunning views to Nelson Bay with the calm waters lapping gently against the white sand exceled for windsurfing. Walk to The Dark Point - this trail will takes you across giant sand dunes to an Aboriginal midden and the Little Gibber Headland - best spot for diving or snorkelling. You can hire a boat or kayak and paddle around the beautiful Myall River, or get to know the water-loving locals get ferry to see the dolphins on the way to Nelson Bay. Try a tipple at a local vineyard, wander the beautiful bush trails or play a round at Hawks Nest Golf Club. Unwind after a busy day at the local restaurants. Get to know a piece of coastal paradise pack your bags take your loved ones hand and head in to stay at the Beach Townhouse. There are no fast food chains and no fast talkers, no traffic lights and no traffic. There is as much to do here and as little as you please, there is plenty of quiet spaces to read a good book if you plan to put your feet up. Recreation is unlimited.
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Myall Lakes National Park
Hawks Nest is also one of the main access points for the outstanding Myall Lakes National Park, a 31 562-ha reserve which combines such coastline features as fresh and salt-water lakes, swamps, high dunes, rugged headlands and 40 km of beaches stretching from Hawks Nest north to Seal Rocks . Cross the bridge, follow Kingfisher Ave to its end then turn left. The road is sealed. There are also five signposted beach access tracks for 4WD vehicles which depart from Mungo Brush Rd (they are only permitted south of The Big Gibber).
The park starts 4.3 km north of Kingfisher Ave and there is an information board at this point to help you orient yourself. You can, if you choose, walk the 21-km Mungo Track to Mungo Brush, a popular camping and picnic spot on the southern shore of The Broadwater, the southernmost of the three Myall Lakes where the bird life is prolific. It starts from a sign posted spot 750 m along the road from the information board. 8 km from the information board is the start of the Dark Point walk to the right and the Wallflower Walk to the left (directly opposite). The former leads over a series of vast, denuded and impressive sand dunes, past an ancient Aboriginal midden to an absolutely beautiful and unspoiled bit of coastline looking out over Broughton Island. Both Broughton Island and the waters off Little Gibber are noted diving spots. The former is a good spot for fishing, bushwalking and relaxing. Camping is permitted and there is a toilet, an emergency radio and some drinking water. However, access from Tea Gardens is only in the peak period and then is not guaranteed. Nelson Bay are a more certain bet but only in summer. Otherwise you must make your own way. Little Broughton Island is an important breeding location for a number of birds. The Wildflower Walk, and the park in general, are best between August and October.
The Mungo Brush Rainforest Walk is a shorter 30-minute trek from the picnic site at Mungo Brush campsite (14.1 km from the information board). For more information on Mungo Brush and the park in general see the entry on Myall Lakes. Experienced guides can be hired for all local walks, tel: ((PHONE NUMBER HIDDEN), or phone the visitors’ centre.
Dark Point (Little Gibber) Trail
This walk takes you across giant sand dunes to an Aboriginal midden and the Little Gibber Headland. Aboriginal sites are protected, and relics must not be removed.
Please find link to page and map of Dark Point
Linen and towels can be supplied on request for additional cost.
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I like travel. We felt in love with Hawks Nest almost three decades ago. Since my daughter was born we were spending every summer holiday there for many years now. I love to stroll along the stunning thirteen kilometre stretch of untouched golden sandy beach, where you can watch the Pacific Ocean wash away your footprints. One day we've decided that we would love to live here when we retired. We have built The Beach Townhouses in 2009 and we are bringing our grand kids here now. We love every minute of it.