Worimi Conservation Lands...
The Worimi Conservation Lands (Stockton Bight Sand Dunes) cover 4,200 hectares... 1,800 of which are forest as well as 32kms of the longest moving sand dunes in the southern hemisphere. These truly aweinspiring dunes reach heights of over 30 metres with slopes up to 60 degrees to form a majestic alien-like moonscape - a much sought after location for film makers around the globe.
These Lands form part of an important cultural landscape with special significance for the Worimi people - the Traditional Owners. The land and waters have been used for many thousands of years for living, gathering foods and for cultural activities. Today the landscape features an extraordinary number of culturally significant sites such as burial grounds, campsites and middens, many pre-dating the arrival of non-Aboriginal people.
A coastal desert wilderness
Thanks to the generosity of the Worimi people we are invited to experience and enjoy this special place (with respect and without disturbing any Aboriginal sites). See this monumental sandscape for yourself by four wheel drive (with permits), go fishing, surfing, or take an organised tour for quad biking, sandboarding, horse & camel riding and cultural tours including historic sites such as the middens, Tin City and the Sygna.
- 4WD ...grab a permit (click here) and enter via Williamtown or Anna Bay Alternatively relax and take a safe, fun tour on board a Hummer or 4WD
- Sandboarding ...for an exhilerating way to explore the dunes go by off-road vehicle and surf down the 40 metre slopes on custom sandboards.
- Quadbiking ...the ultimate experience for the adventurous... ride from bush to beach across the desert wilderness - safe and sandsational!
- Horse & Camel Rides...Relax and experience the peace and tranquility riding horseback through the bush, over the dunes and along the beach.
- Surfing ...surfers are spoilt for choice along the 32km stretch of beach with point breaks at either end of Stockton and Birubi Beaches.
- Fishing & Diving ...try beach fishing near the Sygna wreck on Stockton Beach or go deeper for a scuba dive adventure of titanic proportions.