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

Beach Condition Report 20 July 2020 – Beach driving and camping open

Four-wheel beach driving and camping at the Worimi Conservation Lands has been reopened following last week’s temporary closure due to extreme weather conditions caused by the east coast low. Beach drivers are advised to exercise caution as the beach is still recovering and areas of soft sand and erosion may be present.  Avoid driving along…

LATEST NEWS

Ganyamalbaa Camping Area reopens

By day, sweeping views of the Pacific Ocean and seemingly endless, undulating sand dunes. By night, just you and the twinkling lights of the Milky Way galaxy. Book a campsite at Worimi Conservation Lands and experience it for yourself! The Worimi Conservation Lands Board of Management (the Board) is pleased to welcome back campers to…

Worimi Conservation Lands feature in new ‘Incredible by Nature’ tourism campaign

Sun, sea, land, water and the friendly people that live here, will feature at the heart of a new Destination Port Stephens tourism campaign which aims to lift the profile of a region that has been devastated in recent months by the impacts of drought, bushfires and COVID-19. The Incredible By Nature campaign, launched on Wednesday by…

Worimi Conservation Lands Board of Management condemns reckless driving

The Worimi Conservation Lands Board of Management supported by the Worimi Local Aboriginal Land Council, unequivocally condemns the four-wheel drivers filmed recklessly jumping sand dunes at the Aboriginal-owned Worimi Conservation Lands last weekend and issues a strong warning to other drivers who may be considering similar actions when visiting the national park. Board chairperson Mr…

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.