Sydney Sand Dunes Adventure

Perfect mix of adventure and culture

Includes all safety equipment

Guided by an Aboriginal guide

Join us on a cultural quad biking adventure like no other! Only a short 1.5-hour drive north of Sydney on the M1 Freeway, our tours and sand dunes are easily considered part of Sydney’s playground! Registration paperwork commences at the Murrook Cultural Centre in Williamtown.

Tour Highlights

No quad bike experience is necessary

Access to the largest sand dunes in Port Stephens

All tours are tailored to meet the needs and experience of clients

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Tour Information

Price:

AUD $135 per adult, $120 per child (ages 14 – 17)


Meeting point:

Murrook Cultural Centre: 2163 Nelson Bay Road, Williamtown NSW 2318.

We are perfectly located!

15 mins off the Pacific Highway (turning off onto Medowie Drive and heading to the coastline), 2.4 km north of the Newcastle Airport, and only 30 mins south from the heart of Nelson Bay CBD.


Start time:

8:30 a.m., 10:00 a.m., 11:30 a.m., 1:00 p.m., 2:30 p.m., 4:00 p.m.


Availability:

Daily, year round


Duration:

1.5 hours


Group sizes:

Minimum 5 people | Maximum 20 people


What to bring:

All passengers are required to wear:

  • Long pants
  • Enclosed shoes
  • Sunglasses for self-protection
  • Wet weather gear and change of clothes if there is a possibility of rain

Included:
  • 400cc quad bike hire
  • Helmet and hi-vis safety equipment
  • Experienced guides including an Aboriginal tour guide
  • Introduction to quad bike riding before tour

Participation requirements:

We generally recommend this tour for anyone over the age of 16, but exceptions can be made for mature children.

Culture Meets Adventure in the Worimi Sand Dunes

Experience the Stockton Beach sand dunes like never before, riding safely from bush to beach on a 400cc Arctic ‘All Terrain’ Quad Bike.

Your Aboriginal guide will lead you on an unforgettable journey through bushland, where you’ll gain insight into traditional Aboriginal food, culture and history. Discover the secrets of Aboriginal culture, the hidden histories on the beach (including the wreck of the Norwegian bulk carrier, the “Sygna”), and quad around an unparalleled majestic landscape. You’ll explore ancient culture, dig for freshwater, see an Aboriginal Midden Site, and experience the thrill of climbing sand dunes up to 100 feet high. A 400cc quad bike allows you to explore more sites in less time in a fun, exhilarating way!

This tour is suitable for all experience levels and groups of up to 20 people (up to 2 people per ATV). whether you’re just cruising or pumping the adrenaline, you’ll have the greatest adventure on the Worimi Sand Dunes, one of Australia’s best-kept secrets!