Seal Rocks – ‘The Last Frontier’!
Seal Rocks is a highly sought after coastal fishing village offering unspoilt natural beauty not found elsewhere, famous for the catch cry 'remember the whales'! And famous for what is doesn’t have.
Seal Rocks is surrounded by National parkland, beautiful surf beaches and just three hours drive from Sydney and under two hours from Newcastle .
Dolphins and whales can be seen frolicking in the bay - a magic that is memorable. The Sugar loaf lighthouse was built in 1875. Before its conversion to mains electricity in the 1960s, one of the lighthouse keepers wrote a detailed account which recalls a time when the beacons and their keepers were vital to shipping around the coast:
A subsidiary path leads you around the buildings to the lookout over Seal Rocks, a collection of rocky outlets which are home to the northernmost colony of Australian Fur Seals.
In 2005 the majority of the unsealed road has been bitumen sealed which has made Seal Rocks more accessible. The is a general store / cafe / post office in the heart of the village. Homes in this area are highly sought after and are only offered for sale periodically.
Imagine yourself boating, fishing, surfing, diving, or just lazing around on the beach enjoying the peace and tranquility of this unspoiled coastal haven.
An ideal location to venture out to enjoy a host of recreational activities our beautiful area has to offer.