The Worimi Conservation Lands is currently open for beach driving, however drivers are advised to exercise caution as the beach front may be unpassable from high tides. There is also a chance for afternoon thunderstorms on the weekend. Beach drivers are advised to exercise caution as areas of soft sand and erosion may be present from 8km south of Anna bay. Avoid driving along the beach front two hours either side of high tide. If the beach becomes too narrow to pass safely, retrace your route. Do not attempt to bypass the beach by crossing the frontal dune – penalties apply.
Drivers must prepare their vehicle with appropriate tyre pressure at the designated deflation bay at the start of the track.
Vehicles have been blocking the beach access on the sand ramp at the end of Lavis Lane due to high tyre pressure, not engaging 4WD and using AWD. Check the 4WD link for tips on preparing your vehicle. www.sadfjlksdflasdflkdjasklf.com
COVID-19 physical distancing applies – stay safe and help stop the spread.
Visitors are also reminded that physical distancing measures apply when visiting the park. Groups of up to 20 people only are permitted to gather, and people must keep a distance of 1.5 metres from each other. As this is a rapidly changing situation, people are advised to check the NSW National Parks website nswparks.info/covid19.
For updates on COVID-19 restrictions and how to protect yourself and the community, please visit the NSW Health website.
The beach within the Worimi Conservation Lands is unpatrolled. Swimming is not advised. Lifeguards are on duty further north at Birubi Point Surf Lifesaving Club when red and yellow flags displayed. Please swim between the flags.
In an emergency dial 000 or, if no mobile reception, try 112. If calling from the beachfront, advise operator of closest distance marker (markers are not to scale).