Worimi National Park
Worimi National Park is a special Aboriginal place near Newcastle. Enjoy whale watching, fishing and beach driving on the Worimi Conservation Lands.
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Located near Newcastle, the Worimi Conservation Lands are owned and co-managed by the local Worimi Aboriginal community in partnership with NSW National Parks. The Stockton Bight landscape is home to an extraordinary number of ancient cultural sites.
If you’re visiting for the day, you’ll find there is heaps to do; fishing, birdwatching or the ever-popular pastime of beach driving. Take a guided tour and check out traditional Aboriginal sites of the Worimi People, take a sand dune safari or go horse riding along the beach. And don’t miss the gigantic Stockton dunes, the largest moving coastal sand dunes in the southern hemisphere.
With so much to do, you might need to extend your stay. Find out more about camping in the Worimi Conservation Lands. A range of accommodation options are available within a short distance of the park - contact the Port Stephens Visitor Information Centre for more details.
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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
Nelson Bay office
02 4984 8200
Contact hours: Monday to Friday, 8.30am to 4.30pm.
- Level 1, 12B Teramby Road, Nelson Bay NSW 2315
- Nelson Bay office