Seal Rocks Lighthouse Flyover
Sugarloaf Point Lighthouse is perched above the tiny, sleepy fishing village of Seal Rocks and nestled in the northern corner of Myall Lakes National Park. It is 3 hours north of Sydney and 40 minutes south of Forster on the mid north coast of New South Wales.

This idyllic area offers a moderate climate of warm summer seas and cool summer breezes, sunny winter days and cosy winter nights.

The site offers expansive vistas of coastline from Crowdy Head in the north to Port Stephens in the south. Its secluded location offers pristine beaches, azure seas, protected marine wildlife environments, wondrous rock pools, a mythological blowhole, breathtaking rainforest and coastal walks.

Surrounding Sugarloaf Point are the popular tourist areas of Pacific Palms and Myall Lakes, which offer nearby facilities to this otherwise piece of isolated paradise.


Getting To Seal Rocks

Seal Rocks is approximately 1.5 hours north of Newcastle, 3.5 hours north of Sydney and 2 hours south of Port Macquarie.

To access the lighthouse from the south, turn off the Pacific Highway 2kms north of Bulahdelah on to The Lakes Way. At Bungwahl, take the Seal Rocks Road.

For more detailed information, please contact us or see our interactive map.

Due to the secluded location within a National Park, shopping facilities may be found outside the immediate area. Provisions may be sought en route at Raymond Terrace (1.5 hours south) or at Forster (1 hour north).