Beautiful, rugged and wind-swept, Broughton Island sits 8 nautical miles north east of Port Stephens, part of the Myall Lakes National Park. With a history that dates back over 300 million years, Broughton features a fascinating mix of everything from incredible volcanic peaks to stunning white, sandy beaches. The wildlife is just as diverse as the landscape. Broughton is home to the endangered Green and Golden Bell Frog, an active breeding site for Shearwaters (or Muttonbirds) and is a nesting ground for the adorable Little Penguins. You might even spot a Sea Eagle overhead!
As we follow the well-worn walking tracks, take in the spectacular views, spot some of the natural inhabitants and hear stories of the early settlers, you’ll discover for yourself why this island is so special.
During the warmer months, treat yourself to a quick dip in the crystal clear waters of a sheltered cove… and during the winter months keep a look out for the magnificent Humpback whales as they migrate past our coast!
• Delivery to the island
• Fully guided tour
• Nature walk
• Swim in a sheltered cove (during warmer weather)
• Complimentary refreshments
• Rain poncho if necessary