Save 36% with new ‘stay, play and dine’ package for couples at Thou Walla Sunset Retreat by the water
A new ‘stay, play and dine’ package at the Port Stephens couples hideaway of Thou Walla Sunset Retreat offers a complete two-night escape from just $299 per couple – a 36 per cent saving.
Valid for two night stays before December 17, 2015, the special deal includes two nights’ accommodation in a waterview standard cottage, one three-course set-menu dinner for two in the award-winning ‘The Point Restaurant’ at nearby Soldiers Point Marina, a self-cook barbecue breakfast pack for two days, a late checkout of 11am, buy-one-get-one-free offers on dolphin, whale and ferry cruises with Tamboi Queen Cruises and a 35 per cent discount voucher for a quad bike tour on Port Stephens’ huge sand dunes with Sand Dune Adventures.
The package is available from $299 per couple for the two nights and available from Sunday to Thursday nights. Rates are subject to availability.
The Thou Walla Sunset Retreat (pronounced ‘dha walla’) opened on the tip of Soldiers Point in Port Stephens earlier this year with 33 deluxe and refurbished, self-contained villas offering water views across Port Stephens and west over the bay towards the sunset each day. The retreat honours the original Worimi indigenous community, with ‘Thou Walla’ signifying a place to gather.
Surrounded by the calm waters of Port Stephens 10 minutes from Nelson Bay, Thou Walla Sunset Retreat offers a relaxed ambience, swimming pool and free wi-fi and plunger coffee in villas, with tennis courts and boat hire available nearby in Soldiers Point.
Bookings and details are available under ‘spring special offers’ on Destination Port Stephens’ website –
Just 2½ hours north of Sydney and 30 minutes from interstate connections at Newcastle Airport, Port Stephens offers pristine bay and ocean beaches, stunning national park scenery, dolphin and whale cruises, dolphin swim experiences, koalas, sandboarding down the biggest sand dunes in Australia, horseriding, quadbiking on the dunes, parasailing, kayaking and surfing as well as an abundance of fresh local seafood and produce as well as local wine and craft beer.