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Help make a human whale and stay at Marty’s at Little Beach From just $200 per two-bedroom apartment per night – special winter rates

June 15, 2017 Hotel Deals No Comments Email Email

Each year in Port Stephens, thousands of people gather on the beach to make the shape of a giant humpback to celebrate the whale-watching season and this year visitors can join in the fun thanks to a special, winter accommodation deal offered by Marty’s at Little Beach.

The creation of the mammoth mammal will take place at noon on Saturday, July 15, 2017, as the finale of the region’s winter Naturefest celebrations. The human whale event will be held on Fingal Bay Beach with free registration available from 10am.

Groups of up to four people can stay at Marty’s at Little Beach – 10 mins from Fingal Bay-  in a two-bedroom apartment for $200 per night on the weekend, for a minimum of two nights. Larger family apartments, suitable for up to six people, are available for $250 per night (min 2 nights).

Phone bookings will secure a further discount on accommodation.

Nestled between the sheltered stretches of sand at Shoal Bay Beach and Little Beach, Marty’s at Little Beach offers studios and self-contained apartments with balconies, a heated swimming pool, free wi-fi and Foxtel and an undercover, poolside barbecue.

More than 20,000 humpbacks are expected to trace the local coast between now and November, during their annual migration.

As one of Australia’s premier whale-watching venues and situated 2½ hours north of Sydney, Port Stephens and its marine park sit right next to the migration path of the humpback whales and draws large numbers of whale-seeking visitors each winter.

To book accommodation at Marty’s at Little Beach, visit www.martys.net.au or call 02 4984 9100.

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