Tomaree Coastal Walk

Starts at Tomaree Head in Tomaree National Park, Shoal Bay, NSW, 2315

Experience Details

Located on the traditional lands of the Worimi people, the 27km Tomaree Coastal Walk traverses an ancient volcanic landscape rich in culture and nature, starting at Tomaree Head at Shoal Bay and finishing at Birubi Point Aboriginal Place at Anna Bay. The track weaves along the stunning coastline of Tomaree National Park guiding walkers over lush coastal headlands, across rock ledges and through angophora forests, before arriving at the southern hemisphere’s largest mobile sand dunes at Worimi Conservation Lands. Walkers will be treated to breathtaking scenery including panoramic ocean views, sparkling beaches and coves, unique rock formations and an abundance of flora and fauna including birds, dolphins and seasonal migrating whales. The multi-day walk is best experienced as a 2-day walk (or 3-day walk for those wanting a more leisurely pace), with a range of accommodation options available at local coastal villages. Visitors can also ‘choose their own adventure’ and complete shorter sections of the track including half-day or full-day walks in either direction, with many suitable entry and exit points along the route. The Tomaree Coastal Walk is an ideal introduction to multi-day walking experiences, allowing visitors to immerse themselves in nature along an easy-to-navigate track during the day, then enjoy the accommodation and dining options of Port Stephens by night.
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Starts at Tomaree Head in Tomaree National Park, Shoal Bay, NSW, 2315


Aboriginal Culture - Beaches & Surf - Experience is free - Nature & Wildlife - Walks