About Anna Bay

Anna Bay village is located in Port Stephens Australia, and famous for its magnificent mountain scenery and turquoise waters of an incredible deep color! It seems that nature created it for one purpose - to make your vacation unforgettable!

Kids friendly
Very good
8.7
Free entrance • Amenities beach • Easy access • Bright fine sand • Turquoise pure water • Fine sand bottom
7.7 Amenities index
Good for Relax
Very good
8.6
Free entrance • Amenities beach • Picturesque • Crowded in season • Sand & Rocks bottom • Aqua socks necessarily
6.1 Amenities index
Good for Relax
Very good
8.1
Free entrance • Amenities beach • Easy access • Bright sand • Blue pure water • Crowded in season
6.6 Amenities index
Kids friendly

One Mile Beach

Boat Harbour 1.1 km
Very good
8
Free entrance • Amenities beach • Easy access • Bright sand • Crowded in season • Large low tide
6.8 Amenities index
Good for Relax

Fingal Beach

Fingal Bay 1.5 km
Very good
8
Free entrance • Virgin beach • Picturesque • Easy access • Bright fine sand • Turquoise pure water
1 Amenities index
Good for Relax

Box Beach

Shoal Bay 1.1 km
Very good
8
Free entrance • Virgin beach • Picturesque • Easy access • Bright fine sand • Turquoise pure water
1 Amenities index

Resting by the sea for each traveler is associated with different activities. Someone loves complete relaxation and silence, while others need activity. Our configurator will always help you choose a beach that meets your personal needs.

If a beach holiday for you is primarily the sound of the surf, the cries of seagulls over the pier and leisurely walks along the coast, then you are definitely a fan of calm beaches. The most popular beaches for such a holiday in the vicinity of Anna Bay are Fingal Bay Foreshore Reserve, Shoal Bay Foreshore Reserve, Little Beach Nelson Bay.

Travelers with pets often face difficulties during their holidays, as there is often not enough information about pet-friendly beaches. The absence of special permission signs and the lack of up-to-date information on relevant resources are frequent problems. To solve this need, we are developing a special "Pet Friendly" filter and try to keep the information up to date. According to our records, there are about 5 approved pet-friendly beaches in Anna Bay

The list of available beach activities is certainly important, but for many travelers it is not a determining factor when choosing a vacation spot. Below you will find some information about the natural features of the beaches of Anna Bay, we hope that this information will help you find the place of your dreams.

The beaches of village are mainly wide. According to reviews of major beach experts and vacationers, most beaches have a high level of cleanliness. Sandy beaches dominate the rest!

Usually, the depth increases very smoothly. If this is important to you, always use our filter to check for a particular beach.

11 out of 19 beaches in Anna Bay are partially protected from waves. These protections can be natural or man-made structures. If you're visiting the area during unstable weather, we recommend carefully choosing a place to swim, as high waves may not always be safe. Our filter can help you find a suitable beach.

It's worth noting that 6 beaches in Anna Bay have a significant tidal range. This means that the water can recede from the shore for a long distance and vice versa, causing unexpected situations for you or your belongings. Keep this in mind when planning your beach activities and be sure to check our filter for information on tidal ranges.

Latest reviews on Anna Bay's beaches

Fingal Beach
10 Zayn Malik

This place is absolutely breathtaking. It's quite fascinating because there's an island that becomes accessible during low tide, allowing you to walk over to it. It's truly incredible!

Box Beach
10 thunderape888

op destination, a hidden treasure perfect for surfing and photography enthusiasts.

Nelson Bay Beach
10 Alex

This beach is still one of my top picks in my hometown.

Little Kingsley Beach
10 Daniel Shaw

Gorgeous and usually peaceful beach. Swimming may be a bit risky.