Gunyah is located on one of the main sealed roads in North Arm Cove.
North Arm Cove is a small coastal village on the northern side of Port Stephens, in the Great Lakes Region of the mid-north coast of NSW. 
It takes about 3 hours to drive to North Arm Cove from Sydney. 

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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 from the side of the house, or via the downstairs 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 for impressive long sandy beaches and ocean surf, its worthwhile driving 20mins 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