Is Stockton Beach open to 4wd?
Beach and dune driving is one of the most popular activities for visitors to the Worimi Conservation Lands – more than 19 km of Stockton beach front, and 350 hectares of dunes in the Recreational Vehicle Area (RVA) are open for four-wheel-driving.
How much is a Stockton Beach pass?
Stockton beach permits for four-wheel drive users face fee increases of up to 177 per cent from January 1, 2019. The new charges announced by the Aboriginal-owned Worimi Conservation Lands (WCL) will see annual permits increase in price from $30 to $88 and three-day permits rise from $10 to $33.
Is Stockton Beach Open or closed?
The Worimi Conservation Lands including Stockton Beach remain closed for all public access due to recent extreme weather creating a public safety risk.
Can you drive on Stockton Beach at high tide?
It is recommended you do not drive on the beach 2 hours before and after high tide. The beach is regarded as the largest moving sand dune system in the southern hemisphere. You should never embark onto a beach drive without your own air compressor. Never come up behind a vehicle climbing a dune.
Can you sleep on Stockton Beach?
1. Camping will be permitted only at designated sites in designated camping areas. The designated camping area or areas will be located south-west from Tin City, behind the beach and frontal dune. Camping on Stockton Beach will be set up near Tin City.
Can I ride my quad on Stockton Beach?
Recreation vehicles that can be used on Stockton Beach Recreation Area include motorcycles and all-terrain vehicles (also known as quad bikes). You need a Class C (Car) or Class R (R) licence to drive a recreational vehicle.
Can I camp on Stockton Beach?
Camping will be permitted only at designated sites in designated camping areas. The designated camping area or areas will be located south-west from Tin City, behind the beach and frontal dune. Camping on Stockton Beach will be set up near Tin City.
Can you drive on Stockton sand dunes?
Beach and dune driving is one of the most popular activities for visitors to the Stockton Sand Dunes and Worimi Conservation Lands. The park provides four-wheel drive access to more than 22 km of Stockton beach front and over 350 hectares of dune driving in the Recreational Vehicle Area at the southern end of the park.
Why is Stockton Beach closed?
THE Worimi Conservation Lands including Stockton Beach will remain closed to the public due to safety concerns caused by last Monday’s extreme weather. “The fore dune erosion means that at high tide there is insufficient beach remaining to allow for safe traverse by 4WD vehicles.
Is it safe to swim at Stockton Beach?
At Birubi Point rips are strong and there is a permanent rip against the rocks. Use caution if swimming here, and stay between the flags. In the south, waves are usually lower and the beach patrolled. Watch for rips along the entire beach, particularly north of Stockton where they increase in strength.
Are there toilets at Stockton Beach?
Construct toilet facilities at the Lavis Lane entry at or in the immediate vicinity of the carpark, and if feasible consider incorporating a camping toilet dump point.
Can you swim on Stockton Beach?
Stockton Beach is situated just metres from your accommodation at the park and features a patrolled swimming beach that’s well protected from the prevailing winds. The area directly in front of the holiday park is perfect for a dip, beach games for the whole family, and those long, romantic walks at sunset.