Only a three-hour drive north of Sydney along the breathtaking Barrington Coast, Seal Rocks beckons as a tranquil escape boasting stunning landscapes, a historic lighthouse, and idyllic beaches.
Standing proudly against the Pacific's relentless waves, the Sugarloaf Point Lighthouse is a living relic of maritime history. Built in 1875, it guides passing ships through its perilous waters. Stepping inside, visitors are transported back in time, envisioning the dedicated keepers who tended its light. Even if you don’t want to do the lighthouse tour. Sugarloaf Point offers amazing views of the coast, don’t miss it!
Seal Rocks is home to multiple beaches, each with powdery white sands and crystal-clear. Whether you're a surfer chasing the perfect wave or a beachcomber collecting seashells, Seal Rocks' beaches cater to every beach lover. Number One beach is great for families and is right opposite Seal Rocks Caravan Park. If you want to get adventurous with a bit of 4WDing try Lighthouse Beach, you’ll also get great views of the Lighthouse from here.
For those seeking a more profound connection with nature, I can highly recommend camping at Treachery Beach. Nestled just beyond the dunes of a wild and beautiful shoreline, the campground's proximity to the beach lets you wake up to the ocean's soothing symphony. Days can be spent exploring the coastline, taking leisurely strolls, or simply savouring the bliss of doing nothing at all. Camp fires are allowed here.