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Nestled on the beach, this Seal Rocks campground is within 1 mi (2 km) of Myall Lakes National Park and Sugarloaf Point Lighthouse. Wallingat National Park and ...
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This family-friendly Forster cabin is located on a lake, within 3 mi (5 km) of Booti Booti National Park and One Mile Beach. Cape Hawke Lookout and Forster Marina ...
AU$120 per night for 2 guests
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Visitors can enjoy all that Seal Rocks has to offer including the beaches and rainforests. The quaint and relaxing setting also entices those visiting the city. You'll find 286 Expedia hotels and other accommodations in the larger area of Port Stephens.
A couple of favorite places to visit are Sugarloaf Point Lighthouse and Myall Lakes National Park. In the area, you'll also find Whoota Whoota Lookout and Wallingat National Park.
As you plan your vacation to Seal Rocks, the best accommodation may not be centrally located but you'll find 37 hotels and other lodging options within the local area. Here are some of the places to stay in the surrounding area:
Tucked away on the eastern tip of Myall Lakes National Park, with fewer than 200 year-round residents, sits the small seaside town of Seal Rocks. A constituent of the government’s Great Lakes Council District, Seal Rocks occupies a sweet spot along the Mid North Coast of New South Wales, roughly 275 km north of Sydney. Surfing is a big part of the culture here, and the reason behind many travellers’ stops in this area. Sugarloaf Point Lighthouse is another big draw, as is the diversity of wildlife here. Despite the town’s name, you shouldn’t expect to see any seals these days. Regardless, you’ll have a great time in the area by booking a room at any of the Seal Rocks resorts.
Interested in spending a few nights this cosy community? A small selection of Seal Rocks hotels are located on the eastern end of this town, most within a minute or two walk of the water. Depending on your preferences, you might find these lodging options more to your liking than the inland alternatives, but no matter where you stay you’ll be able to enjoy gorgeous views of the surrounding landscapes.
Planning on flying into Seal Rocks from outside the region? Flights from the south generally land at either Sydney Airport, about 285 km away, or at the nearby Newcastle Airport, roughly 115 km south-west of Seal Rocks. Travellers from the north, on the other hand, might choose to take one of the Port Macquarie flights, which will put them about 155 km from Seal Rocks.
If you’ve got your sights set on Seal Rocks, Expedia.com.au can help you find the best lodging deals in this part of NSW. Our cutting-edge search tool is simple to use, but sophisticated enough to show you rates on every accommodation in Seal Rocks in just seconds. We can even help you book holidays in Port Macquarie if you’re rather stay up north. Find out for yourself how easy it can be to find the resort of your dreams when you start your search today.