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Birubi Beach

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Birubi Beach evening
©2006 Gabriel Ditu


Why going to Birubi Beach, 2½ hours drive north from Sydney, when you have so many beaches in Sydney or much closer to Sydney? The answer is that between Birubi Beach and Newcastle are one of the largest moving sand dunes in the southern hemisphere. You can experience Sahara in style.

Birubi Beach dunes
©2006 Gabriel Ditu


But wait, there is more: Birubi Beach Caravan Park is very nice and in walking distance to the beach and dunes, you can go fishing, you are close to whale or dolphin watching spots, surfing, horse or quad bike riding.

tourist information ...

Birubi Beach is less then three hours drive north of Sydney and you need to hire a car. See map.

Birubi Beach Caravan Park
37 James Paterson Street,
Birubi Beach, NSW, 2316
Phone: +61 2 49821263
Web site: www.birubibeachcaravanpark.com.au
E-mail: birubibeach1@bigpond.com



Port Stephens Visitor information
Phone: 1800 808 900

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Port Stephens Tourism Organisation
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