Retreat to the seclusion of an historic lighthouse keeper’s cottage. Holiday by the beach in charming Seal Rocks within Myall Lakes National Park. Discover nature nestled in an unspoiled environment. Experience cultural heritage or a romantic getaway.
Steeped in history and built in 1875, the Seal Rocks lighthouse and self-contained cottages are heritage listed and recall the area in a time of timber-getting and fishing. Today, Seal Rocks is renowned for its unspoiled natural beauty – “the last frontier”.
Enjoy surfing, snorkeling, diving and fishing in pristine waters. Discover rocky coves, untouched nature trails and the magical night time lighthouse beams.
The award-winning Sugarloaf Point Lighthouse Keepers’ Cottages at Seal Rocks are the ultimate weekend getaway. Built in 1875 and carefully refurbished, these historic cottages offer self-contained heritage accommodation in a truly spectacular location.
Each cottage features an outdoor area from which you can enjoy breathtaking panoramas, cook up a barbecue feast or enjoy a meal with a view.
Aside from being an idyllic place to spend a weekend, the cottages are also a great base to explore the coastal town of Seal Rocks and the walking tracks and beaches of Myall Lakes National Park.
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