Seal Rocks is a small, coastal town located 310km north of Sydney and is only accessible by an unsealed road - it is the perfect town to escape from the city. Seal Rocks has a strong sense of community and features pure beaches, excellent dive sites and a magnificent lighthouse which was built in 1875. Sugarloaf Point Lighthouse, with its panoramic views to the towns' namesake rocks, is accessed via a private road which also passes a fantastic waterhole. The town's apparent isolation hasn't stopped dive, fishing and bushwalking enthusiasts discovering the town. Seal Rocks has perfect proximity to Myall Lakes National Park, Hawks Nest and Pacific Palms, all this and retaining its uncrowded and secluded identity.