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Quad bikers riding on Worimi sand dunes. Photo: Sand Dune Adventures

Sand Dune Adventures quad bike tour

Tackle Worimi sand dunes with a 4WD quad bike. Not far from Newcastle, it's the most thrilling way to see these spectacular coastal dunes. Perfect for beginners and advanced riders.

Price
Fees apply. Free park entry.
When

Tours run daily. Meet 30 minutes before start time.

Tour times: 9.30am to 10.30am, 11am to 12pm, 1pm to 2pm and 2.30pm to 3.30pm.

Where
Worimi National Park in North Coast
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A man enjoys the ocean views from the top of Smoky Cape Lighthouse. Photo: David Finnegan/OEH

Smoky Cape Lighthouse: Reach the top

Explore the tallest lighthouse in NSW at Hat Head National Park near South West Rocks. Learn about the 'highway of light' and climb the steep stairs to enjoy the spectacular ocean views from the top.

Price
Fees apply. Free park entry.
When

Thursday 26 September, Thursday 3 October and Thursday 10 October 2019, 2pm to 3pm and 3pm to 4pm

Where
Hat Head National Park in North Coast

Walking tracks

Coastal view from Tomaree Head summit walk. Photo: John Spencer/OEH

Tomaree Head Summit walk

Take a guided tour along Tomaree Head Summit walk, absorbing views of Port Stephens and the north coast. When you reach the summit, enjoy a relaxing lunch on the bench by the lookout.

Price
Free. Free park entry.
Distance
2.2km return
Time
1hr 30min - 2hrs
Grade
Grade 5
Where
Tomaree National Park in North Coast
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Evans lookout, Blue Mountains National Park. Photo: Kevin McGrath/NSW Government