WORIMI CONSERVATION LANDS RE-OPENED
Guudji Yiigu – a Worimi Welcome
The Worimi Conservation Lands is currently open 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 the beach at high tide, especially if the swell is large.
If the beach becomes impassable, turn around and back track on the route you have driven to exit the beach.
Do not drive over the frontal dune or any vegetation- fines apply.
For safety avoid driving through sea water or large pools of water.
drive accordingly to the current beach conditions, vehicle and driver capability.
Remember; Visitors are reminded that driving and weather conditions can change rapidly on the beach,
so double check the weather, tides and swell before you visit- and come prepared. if in doubt- save your drive for another day.
The Ganyamalbaa Camp Area is currently CLOSED due to Covid-19 restrictions
Port Stephens LGA is currently under stay at home rules in line with NSW Public Health Orders
Please note that due to the latest Covid-19 restrictions our office is closed to the public but is still contactable for any furthers questions Mon-Fri 8:30am-4:30pm on 4984 8200.
Here’s some great tips on beach driving:
This video has been produced by ARB 4×4 Accessories. The Worimi Conservation Lands supports the beach driving techniques outlined in the video, however recognises that there are other 4WD brands and products available.
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).