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Best things to do in Seal Rocks

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Point of Interest
“Only 12 min drive from home. A great place to take the kids for a safe swim and a nature walk up to the lighthouse. Whale watch from the point, see turtles and stingrays go past and the whales at the base of the cliffs. Sma ll historicalcoffee shop/general store. Single Fin caravan cafe also open in peak times.”
4 locals recommend
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Beach
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Locality
“A beautiful part of the mid north coast! Seal Rocks is a must to visit! We recommend doing the Sugarloaf Lighthouse walk.”
21 locals recommend
Natural Feature
“During the whale season you often see Whales from the Lighthouse. A steep walk for a short time at the top, worth it for the great view!”
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Natural Feature
Route
“This little village has a light house, a small corner shop, a caravan park and 5 other close by beaches - seals, boat bay, lighthouse beach, treachery and Yagon. Definitely worth a look.”
1 local recommends
Travel Agency
“Historic Lighthouse built in 1875, walk to the top of the headland with the family to take in the great views, about 20 mins drive from Blueys Beach.”
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Natural Feature
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Natural Feature
“Australian's (second) most easterly point of the continent. Great views, whale migration in season, historical location and picturesque.”
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