The township of Karuah and the Karuah River have a long and important story in the history of Port Stephens from the AA Company and Cedar logging to Oyster Farming and Tourism today.
The outer islands of Port Stephens crown the entrance to the Port and have provided shelter for wayward sailors and are home to a fascinating variety of wildlife such as the rare Gould’s Petrel.
Port Stephens Oyster Industry Oysters have been growing in Port Stephens for as long as can be imagined. Growing wild on the mangroves, rocks or scattered on the mud flats, oysters were feasted upon by aboriginal folk who left their middens as evidence of time past. The Port Stephens oyster industry goes way back […]