A day trip exploring the beaches around Seal Rocks.
It's easy to spend a day exploring the jewels of Seal Rocks: Boat Beach, Number One Beach, Lighthouse Beach and Treachery Beach, nestled within Myall Lakes National Park.
With names like Number One Beach and Treachery Beach, you’ll soon find out why the sandy strips of Seal Rocks offer something different for each visit.
- Number One Beach is the first beach you’ll see as you drive into Seal Rocks and it’s true to its name: facing north with protected swimming, great surfing and snorkelling plus sweeping views north to Pacific Palms.
- Boat Beach is deeper and great for divers and snorkellers.
- Lighthouse Beach offers 4WD access if you don’t like walking.
- Treachery Beach, Yagon Beach and Submarine Beach are all wild and remote and give you a good idea of what all Australian beaches looked like to the First Australians and to all those who came here by boat. Take extreme care if you swim at any of these three beaches.
Hot tip: Seal Rocks is a small seaside village with narrow streets and very limited parking. Illegal camping and illegal parking impacts the local community heavily, so please be respectful and considerate. Avoid the rush (and the parking ticket fine) by planning your visit outside of peak seasons.