Tomaree summit, Worimi culture, and coastal villages

Tomaree Coastal Walk in Port Stephens offers a multi-day experience like no other over 27 km. Where else can you climb a summit for sunrise, discover secluded beaches, and explore picturesque rock platforms on a journey connecting coastal villages?

Choose your own adventure and explore the walk your way over 2 or 3 days. The track retraces ancient routes used by the Worimi People and you’ll finish at Birubi Point Aboriginal Place where you can learn the stories of this land through cultural artwork. If you're keen to stay longer and explore the largest moving sand dune in the southern hemisphere visit Worimi Conservation Lands and try guided camel rides, quad biking, sandboarding, and more.

Tomaree Coastal Walk

Location: Tomaree National Park

Gateway towns: Port Stephens, Nelson Bay, New South Wales

Regional airport: Newcastle

Driving distance: 3 hours from Sydney

Walk distance: 27 km

Starts at: Tomaree Head, Shoal Bay 

Ends at: Birubi Point, Anna Bay

Before you leave home: Check for alerts and closures in Tomaree National Park.

Click the map icons to learn more about what you'll see along the way.