Stockton Beach extends north from Newcastle Harbour to Anna Bay and is a popular tourist location with steep sand dunes and over 30 kilometres of rolling beach.
The wind blown dunes of Stockton Beach are the largest continuous mobile sand mass in New South Wales. The area is a popular recreational four wheel driving, tourist and fishing destination. The wreck of the ship ‘Sygna’ is a well photographed landmark.
If you are taking a four wheel drive onto the beach it is a requirement that you purchase a Worimi Conservation Lands Beach Vehicle Permit. The vast expanse of sand dunes has been the setting for many feature films, advertisements and still photography opportunities.
James Patterson Street, Anna Bay, NSW 2316