Gan Gan Lookout
Gan Gan lookout is a beautiful full colour panorama photograph presented by Josephine Caruana of Jo. C. Photography.
This photo by Josephine Caruana was taken at the Gan Gan lookout. At a height of 160 metres, Gan Gan Hill is Port Stephens’ highest and most accessible lookout. With incredible views of the whole of Port Stephens, right through to Newcastle in the south and the Myall Lakes to the north. The Gan Gan Lookout is truly one of the highlights of the area. The panorama is breathtaking, especially at dusk. It is possible to look south to the opposite side of the peninsula, south-west down to the stacks of Newcastle and the cargo vessels in its harbour, west to the mountain boundary, north-west over Soldiers Point, spanning eastwards over Hawks Nest, the two gigantic headlands that loom over the Port’s entrance, Nelson Head and Nelson Bay. 1.5 km south-west of the city centre along Stockton Rd is the turnoff to the right (signposted on your left) along Lily Hill Rd which will take you up to the Gan Gan Lookout car park. Follow the path around the Telstra buildings to the viewing platform.
Gan Gan lookout is one of the images you can find in my new photo book “More Than A view” If you would like more information and/or how to purchase a copy of my book please contact me via email email@example.com
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