The Worimi Conservation Lands is open for beach driving, however drivers are advised to exercise caution as the beach front and entrances are still recovering from large swell, high tides and windy conditions of the past week. Look out for soft sand, erosion, wash outs and drop offs do not attempt to traverse the beach…Details
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.Details
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.…Details
Beach vehicle permit fees changed on the 1st of January, 2019 for four-wheel drive and recreational vehicle access to Stockton beach in the Worimi Conservation Lands. This is the first time in over ten years that the vehicle entry fee has changed, aligning the fees with nearby beach driving reserves. The permit provides vehicle access to…Details
The Worimi Conservation Lands is one of the most popular spots for whale watching along the Port Stephens coastline. Humpback whales pass close to the shore on their annual migration north, and visitors can often see whales playfully frolicking and breaching during the winter months – from May to October. For more information about whale…Details
The Worimi Conservation Lands is currently O P E N for beach driving. However, drivers are advised to exercise caution as the beach front and entrances are still recovering from the large swell, high tides, flooding and storm conditions of the past week. Look out for soft sand, erosion, wash outs and drop offs Do not attempt to traverse…Details