Sand Dune Adventures quad bike tour
Worimi National Park
Tackle the dunes on 4WD quad bikes with Sand Dune Adventures, an Aboriginal-owned tour company. For beginners or advanced riders, it's a thrilling way to see Worimi's spectacular coastal dunes.
Contact Sand Dune Adventures for dates.
- No wheelchair access
- Easy. No experience required. Tours are tailored to the group, from beginners to advanced riders.
Contact Sand Dune Adventures for pricing.
- Bookings required. Book online or call 02 4033 8808 for more information.
Get your blood pumping with this tagalong quad bike adventure across the magnificent Worimi sand dunes, near Newcastle. They're the largest coastal sand dunes in the southern hemisphere. Journey from bush to beach with experienced guides on your own 400cc quad bike. You'll enjoy educational and interactive insights into Worimi culture. As you ride, take in the sweeping coastline that borders this breathtaking landscape.
With no licence or experience required, you can jump straight into cruising around the dunes. No matter what your confidence levels are, Sand Dune Adventures can customise your tour to suit you. Kids can get involved too with 90cc bikes on a slower children's tour in the lower part of the sand dune area. They'll still need an adult to go with them.
You'll also have a chance to learn about local Aboriginal culture and heritage with your knowledgeable guides from Sand Dune Adventures, an Aboriginal owned and operated business.
Sand Dune Adventures is a licensed commercial tour operator with a Parks Eco Pass.
- in Worimi National Park in the North Coast region
Worimi Conservation Lands are always open but may have to close at times due to poor weather or fire danger.
Annual NSW Park Passes are not valid for entry to Worimi Conservation Lands.
Worimi National Park, Worimi State Conservation Area, and Worimi Regional Park, form part of the Worimi Conservation Lands. Located near Newcastle, the Worimi Conservation Lands are owned and co-managed by the local Worimi Aboriginal community in partnership with NSW National Parks.See vehicle permits