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Tomaree Headland is an intrinsic part of WW11 history and surrounded by the pristine waters of the  Port Stephens and Great Lakes Marine Park, embracing  360 degree Breath taking views from the summit. The history is punctuated by WW11 remnants and gun emplacements  as well as a radar station at the summit of Mount Tomaree.
Tomaree - An Ancient Summit
The Video Documentary below
acknowledges the Traditional Custodians of this land the WORIMI PEOPLE,
their elders past, present and emerging.
Future of Tomaree Lodge Shoal Bay Port Stephens
Duration: 2 minutes
Photography by Brent Mail 28th June 2022 Supporters Tomaree Headland Heritage Group and AGL

 The iconic Tomaree Lodge site is now vacant.
There are many fantastic opportunities for the future use of this iconic Tomaree Lodge Site located on the Tomaree Headland in Shoal Bay Port Stephens.
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Education and Research are examples of the great opportunities - highlighted in this video by Frank Future a Board member of THHG - a long term resident of Port Stephens.
If this site is 'Transitioning to the Port Stephens Community'  this idea and many other opportunities which have already been put forward by the Community will be considered for the FUTURE USE of the Lodge Site.
We will be putting forward other opportunities for this ICONIC SITE over the next few months.
The Tomaree Headland Heritage Group continues to seek input and comments.
We encourage you to SHARE this 2 minute video clip.

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The Tomaree Headland has a range of great Walking Trails to help you explore the History and remnants.

For more information on the walks and trails please visit the Tomaree Coastal Walk link

Fort Tomaree

Allow 1 hour - You will see:

  • WW11 relics and remnants of

  • radar station

  • torpedo platform

  • gun emplacements