Gunyah is located in North Arm Cove, a small coastal village on the northern side of Port Stephens, New South Wales, Australia.

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Within easy walking distance in North Arm Cove:
  • You can access the water directly from Gunyah, just walk down the track starting at the studio door and you'll come to the Gunyah jetty.
  • There are numerous bush-walks in North Arm Cove along unsealed roads, fire breaks and tracks through undeveloped bush-land areas. You can also access the  Gooreenggai Site from the walking tracks. This is a traditional Wormi men's ceremonial area with twelve human-constructed stone arrangements forming an oval shape with a clear opening. 
  • You can walk to several small public beaches in the North Arm Cove area, but if for ocean surf drive to the beaches at Hawks Nest. 
  • To find out about local activities in North Arm Cove visit www.northarmcove.nsw.au
Within easy driving distance from North Arm Cove: 
  • East - you'll find Tea Gardens where you can stroll along the tranquil Myall River to friendly cafes, shops and the local pub; Hawks Nest has beautiful coastal vistas accessed from Bennetts Beach, Wind Woppa Reserve and Jimmys Beach. 
  • North-east - will take to you into the extensive coastal stretch of Mungo Brush and Myall Lakes National Park. 
  • West - will bring you to the small town of Karuah set on the beautiful Karuah River.
North Arm Cove location in Port Stephens, Image from Google Maps