Seal Rocks, New South Wales

Tucked away on the eastern tip of Myall Lakes National Park, with fewer than 200 year-round residents, sits the small seaside town of Seal Rocks.

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A constituent of the government’s Great Lakes Council District, Seal Rocks occupies a sweet spot along the Mid North Coast of New South Wales, roughly 275 km north of Sydney.

Surfing is a big part of the culture here, and the reason behind many travellers’ stops in this area.

Sugarloaf Point Lighthouse is another big draw, as is the diversity of wildlife here.

Tim Pasqualone

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