Be part of living history by staying at the historic Sugarloaf Point Lighthouse. The 2 heritage lighthouse keepers' cottages have been beautifully restored and reflect the integrity of their historic significance. Warm timbers and soft furnishings enhance a romantic atmosphere.
Our 2 Assistant Keepers' Cottages each have two bedrooms, sleeping 4 to 6. These 2 cottages can interconnect if wished, to accommodate up to 12 guests.
Enjoy sweeping vistas along Lighthouse Beach and dunal areas of Myall Lakes National Park.
The cottages are nestled beneath Sugarloaf Point Lighthouse ... whose magical night time beams reach to star filled night skies.
The pristine waters of Seal Rocks offer clear bays for swimming, snorkelling, diving, boating and fishing.
Be amazed at the awesome Light at night with its 16 rotating beams, slowly scanning the horizon.
Surfers can experience the well known Lighthouse and Treachery beaches and the break at No. 1 Beach.
Select your beach according to the day's weather ... with easy access to both north and south facing beaches.
Divers will wonder at the significant Seal Rocks site, discovering shipwrecks and a grey nurse shark habitat.
Amble along the beaches, shorelines and bush trails in Myall Lakes National Park.
Nearby are cafes, galleries, vineyards and restaurants for you to explore.
Forster offers a variety of shops, cinema and restaurants, just 40 minutes away.
The sleepy fishing village of Seal Rocks is approximately 1.5 hours north of Newcastle, 3.5 hours north of Sydney and 2 hours south of Port Macquarie. To access the lighthouse from the south, turn off the Pacific Highway 2kms north of Bulahdelah on to The Lakes Way. At Bungwahl, take the Seal Rocks Road, continue the 11 kms to the end to arrive at the Lighthouse gate.