GUUDJI-YIIGU : A WORIMI WELCOME

The Worimi People, custodians of this country, welcome you to our traditional lands. Please respect our country and sites, and enjoy these beautiful lands.

The 4200-hectare Worimi Conservation Lands is managed by the local Worimi Traditional Owners, in partnership with the NSW National Parks and Wildlife Service.

The Aboriginal-owned park is managed to ensure the protection of the natural and cultural values of the Stockton Bight landscape, while providing public access and promoting safe and sustainable recreational and commercial use.

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VISITOR ALERTS & UPDATES

Worimi Conservation Lands – Caution Required – Beach Report – 27th June 2024

CAUTION REQURIED Guudji Yiigu – A Worimi Welcome The Worimi Conservation Lands is currently open for beach driving; however, drivers are advised to exercise caution as the front and entrances are still recovering from the hazardous conditions this past week. Look out for soft sand, erosion, wash outs and drop offs do not attempt to…

Don’t swim here

Please do not swim or enter the water at Stockton Beach in the Worimi Conservation Lands. Tragically, people have drowned while swimming here. The beach is remote, unpatrolled and has dangerous rip currents, unexpected large waves and sudden drop offs. Ocean conditions can change rapidly. Mobile phone service is also limited here – you may…

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LATEST NEWS

Worimi Conservation Lands – Caution Required – Beach Report – 27th June 2024

CAUTION REQURIED Guudji Yiigu – A Worimi Welcome The Worimi Conservation Lands is currently open for beach driving; however, drivers are advised to exercise caution as the front and entrances are still recovering from the hazardous conditions this past week. Look out for soft sand, erosion, wash outs and drop offs do not attempt to…

Don’t swim here

Please do not swim or enter the water at Stockton Beach in the Worimi Conservation Lands. Tragically, people have drowned while swimming here. The beach is remote, unpatrolled and has dangerous rip currents, unexpected large waves and sudden drop offs. Ocean conditions can change rapidly. Mobile phone service is also limited here – you may…

Tourism partnership opportunities prospectus – Worimi Conservation Lands and Worimi LALC freehold lands

The Worimi Conservation Lands (WCL) Board of Management and the Worimi Local Aboriginal Land Council (LALC) work cooperatively to manage commercial tourism at the WCL and the adjoining LALC-owned sand dunes near Anna Bay, using the NPWS Parks Eco Pass licensing framework. The WCL Board of Management and Worimi LALC acknowledge there is ongoing interest…

VISITOR INFORMATION
Worimi Conservation Lands - Ganyamalbaa Beach Driving
DRIVING ON WCL
Beach and dune driving is one of the most popular activities for visitors to the WCL.
Worimi Conservation Lands - Ganyamalbaa Camping Trial
GANYAMALBAA CAMPING TRIAL
Book one of our 15 remote beach campsites as part of the Ganyamalbaa Camping Trial.
WORIMI CULTURE
Learn about the history of the traditional owners of the Worimi Conservation Lands.