Today we did the walk from the holiday park to Sugar Point Lighthouse and it was breathtaking!
700m each way - 30 min each way - easy
Take this short walk to see the beautiful old lighthouse sitting atop Sugarloaf Point headland. On the northern side of the road just before the lighthouse you will see a natural arch and a wave-formed gulch. At the top you have extensive views up and down the coast, and the lighthouse is a great place to watch for sea eagles and whales. The light still operates as an important navigational beacon although it is now automatic. A short but steep track on the southern side of the road leads you down to Lighthouse Beach. Please note the lighthouse area is only open between sunrise and sunset.
Directions: this walking track starts at the carpark near the end of Kinka Road, at the eastern end of Seal Rocks village. It follows the access road to the lighthouse and ends in a short, steep walk up to the light itself.
This blog post provided by: Seal Rocks