Stockton Beach 4wd Track is a scenic journey seaside in Australia

Stockton Beach 4wd Track is a very challenging and scenic seaside journey, located in the Australian state of New South Wales. It’s one of Australia’s best 4WD tracks.

Stockton Beach 4wd Track

How long is Stockton Beach 4wd Track?

Located an hour north of Newcastle, the track is about 30km (18 miles) long, running west-east from Williamtown to Anna Bay, through Worimi Regional Park. The track is suitable for 4WD vehicles with high and low range.

How to drive through the Stockton sand dunes?

The trail runs across the gorgeous Stockton sand dunes on Australia’s East coast. The dunes are enormous, very steep and quite thrilling. Be careful when navigating across the dunes as some may be quite steep. Some are up to 30 metres high. Remember to keep a reasonable distance away from vehicles that are attempting to climb a dune. Keep your vehicle on the waterfront at all times. Remember to deflate tyres before entering the beach. You will need a permit to enter Stockton Beach.

Is Stockton Beach easy to drive?

It can get busy during summers and holidays. At high tide, sections of the beach may be impassable, so plan your trip to travel at low tide. It is recommended you do not drive on the beach 2 hours before and after high tide. Driving on low tide offers more options, the sand is harder closer to the waters edge and makes driving a lot easier and safer. Avoid sharp turns and sudden braking. You should never embark onto a beach drive without your own air compressor. Never come up behind a vehicle climbing a dune. Always drive straight down the dunes, driving at an angle may cause your vehicle to roll over. The track can be closed anytime due to hazardous conditions caused by recent storms.

Where was 1979 Mad Max filmed?

The beach was featured in the 1979 movie, Mad Max. Along the beach there are interesting objects from WWII defense systems against a feared invasion by the Japanese. The beach is regarded as the largest moving sand dune system in the southern hemisphere.
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