Live the adventure that promises you a Quad Riding experience like no other with Sand Dune Adventures. Experience the magnificence of the Worimi Sand Dunes on Stockton Beach, riding safely from bush to beach with our expert guides. Choose between a 1, 1.5 or 2 hour ride to take in the wonders of the highest sand dunes in the southern hemisphere, the glorious views of the sweeping coastline and learn about history of the land.
Sand Dune Adventures provide 1 Guide per 5 people so most groups have two guides, one out the front leading you around and one as a tail end to make sure no one gets left behind. You leave our staging area and ride over our maintained tracks through coastal grassland and scrub to get to the dunes. The guide will then take you over more and more challenging sand dunes, up and down. The large sand dunes can be from 40-100 feet high.
All of the Sand Dune Adventures Quad Bike tours are tailored to meet the needs and experience of the customers. So if it is flat out or cruising they have the adventure for you. Sand Boarding can be added to the 2 hour quad bike tour. Sand Dune Adventures are the only tour company that has access to the highest sand dunes on Stockton Beach.
Hummer 4wd Safari
Live the adventure that promises you a Hummer Safari experience like no other with Sand Dune Adventures. Experience the magnificence of the Worimi Sand Dunes on Stockton Beach, to take in the wonders of the highest sand dunes in the southern hemisphere, the glorious views of the sweeping coastline and learn about history of the land.
Enjoy an un-interrupted 180° view of the beach and dunes offered by the only 12 seater H1 Hummer Safari tour of this kind in Australia. Visit the WWII Tank Traps, the forgotten Tin City and Sygna Shipwreck. Learn about the Aboriginal and European occupancy of the Dunes all while sand boarding down the highest Coastal Dunes in the Southern Hemisphere. Sand Dune Adventures hummer tours are also affected by the beach tides at certain times of the day.
Aboriginal Cultural activities at Murrook Culture Centre
Murrook Cultural Centre is situated on Nelson Bay Road Williamtown NSW. It's purpose is to gather, sustain, protect and teach Aborignal Culture to all people with an emphesis on Worimi culture being the land and people of this area. Murrook is used by the Aboriginal community as a gathering place. Aboriginal staff teach many facets of our culture, from boomerangs, weapons and tools, didgeridoo, communication like art and dance, bush food medicine, cooking, craft (basekting weaving, beading), artefacts and much more. The staff at Murrook seek to deliver a sound, authentic and relevent cultural experience to our visitors helping them to see Australia through the eyes of an Aboriginal.