Seal Rocks is a tiny fishing village and will take you three hours to drive from Sydney. The small village is situated in the Myall Lakes National Park. It is pristine and an absolute unspoilt natural beauty. Its seclusion is perfect for a private romantic getaway. The private location offers pristine beaches, azure seas, protected marine wildlife environments, wondrous rock pools, a mythological blowhole, breathtaking rainforest and coastal walks.
Seal Rocks is also home to Sugarloaf Point Lighthouse which is perched above the tiny, sleepy fishing village nestled in the northern corner of Myall Lakes National Park. You must walk to the lighthouse to see the stunning view from the top. It is so beautiful.
TIP: There’s only one public toilet in the whole village and one tiny convenient store.