Amazing Seal Rocks. The most idyllic beach holiday location on the East Coast of Australia. It is truly unique...
Experience the most incredible 180 degree North views across the crystal clear water of Boat Beach. Sit and watch the endless Dolphins and sea action all day, every day.
This recently renovated house is regarded as one of the best rental properties in Seal Rocks. The 3 bedroom holiday house is located right on Boat Beach and is available for rent.
The house can sleep up to 8 adults. The bedroom configuration is:
Bedroom A: 1 x Queen bed
Bedroom B: 1 x Double Bed
Bedroom C - Bunk Room (separate pavilion)
4 x Single beds (2 x bunks)
The house features a brand new kitchen completed in April 2015 with Meile appliances, stainless and Ceasarstone bench tops.
Opposite the kitchen is a dining room with an dining table to seat 6. A comfortable lounge room with plasma TV and DVD player overlooks 180 degree views of boat beach all the way to Smiths Lake, Blueys and the headlands of Boomerang Beach, Forster and beyond.
The house has wireless internet and a Sonos music system with Spotify providing access to millions of songs and digital radio through out the house.
A large balcony provides peaceful and protected seating whilst soaking up the tranquil views (including an outdoor setting for 8 people). A large lawn area on around the house provides place for the kids to play.
Out the back is an bbq and paved area leading onto another grassed play area. An outdoor table tennis table provides extra activity. This area looks back onto the National Parks bush
The house has two new bathrooms each with toilet and shower. The laundry includes new front loading washing machine and dryer
Stairs provide quick access to Boat Beach. The shop is 100m up the road and Number 1 beach and Lighthouse beaches are both also within walking distance. Treachery and Yagon are up the road.
Parking is on a grassy area out the front at street level with stairs up to the house which is on a flat block
Seal Rocks is around three hours drive north of Sydney and remains unspoilt and virtually unchanged by time. Surrounded by Myall Lakes national park the area is known for its pristine beaches, fantastic fishing, spectacular diving, and breathtaking coastline. Seal Rocks is the perfect getaway.
Seal Rocks also provides easy access to the Great Lakes and scenic regional towns including Smiths Lake, Blueys Beach, Boomerang Beach, Pacific Palms and Forster.
Booti Booti National Park is a short (15 minute) drive and is highly recommended as is the Wallingat National Park -including Wallingat creek if you have a small boat/dingy and incredible veiws from Whooti Whooti look out.
There is good mountain biking in the fire trails and gravel roads around Seal Rocks and the nearby national parks - ask the owner for a few tips.
You can also arrange to go shark diving where you are collected from Boat Beach at Seal Rocks
Beaches, Surfing and Fishing
Seal Rocks has some of the most pristine beaches in the world. There are 3 beaches less than 1km from the house (walking distance) and 2 other beaches within a 5 minute drive.
Boat Beach and Number 1 Beach are the nearest to the village and are great beaches for kids. Lighthouse and Treachery Beach are the main surf beaches although Number 1 also has waves in the right (Northerly or big SE) conditions. You can drive a 4WD onto Lighthouse Beach. Yagon is at the end of our road and is less frequently visited so can be quieter. It also has surf and you are more likely to get a wave on your own here.
Did I mention surfing? Well the best thing about Seal Rocks is that its on the end of a Peninsula. That means, whatever winds are thrown at you, you'll probably find somewhere good to get a wave and surf.
There is plenty of rock and beach fishing on many of the beaches. Boats can access the deep water fishing by launching from Boat Beach (requires good conditions).