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.
Temporary Beach Driving & Camping Closure from 3:15pm, Friday 22 Feb 2019 Due to the extreme weather conditions forecast along the East coast this weekend, four wheel driving and the Ganyamalbaa Camping Trial at the Worimi Conservation Lands is temporarily closed for visitor safety. Predicted large and powerful surf conditions including a 2-3 metre swell is expected to combine with 2 metre high tides and a…
Surprise your sweetheart with a romantic sunset beach picnic or a night out under the stars at the Worimi Conservation Lands this Valentine’s Day! With the spectacular Worimi Conservation Lands as your backdrop. . . you’re sure to impress.
Click on the post to book a Ganyamalbaa campsite. Camping starts this weekend, 15 Feb 2019.
Go online to book a beach campsite now!
From today (1/2/19) people can book a beach campsite as part of Ganyamalbaa Camping Trial at the Worimi Conservation Lands. Visit worimiconservationlands.com/camping
In 2017 Worimi Aboriginal Owners celebrated 10 years since the handback of 4200 hectares of culturally significant land at Stockton Bight, to become Worimi Conservation Lands (WCL). The WCL Board of Management is proud of the incredible achievements they have delivered for the park and the community, and meeting the challenge of conserving a culturally rich landscape, while providing for sustainable recreational and commercial use.…