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Daybreaks, Pindimar

Spectacular bush/bay/ocean and river views from the deck of your brand new self-contained cosy, country cabin situated on 25 bush acres on the nothern shores of Port Stephens. Relax in the large heated outside spa or enjoy a drink around the campfire. Quiet, sandy beaches less than a kilometre down the road and only a 10 minute drive to Hawks Nest / Tea Gardens for restaurants, hotel, clubs, surf beaches, boat hire and ferry service to Nelson Bay. These well designed, studio style cabins have everything you need – TV, DVD/CD, radio, video, queen size bed and pull-out sofa, towels, linen, cutlery, crockery, fridge and stove, gas barbecue. Ideal for a romantic getaway or just unwind and take in the spectacular scenery. Phone your hosts Kathy or Doug Gillespie on 49972207 or 0408279423 or email Check the website at We look forward to meeting you soon!

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