Stockton Beach (1 Day)
This trip will take you to the wonderful sand hills of Stockton Beach, north of Newcastle.
The sand hills of this area are immense and form an awesome backdrop for a day of sand driving. We visit an old shipwreck stranded on the shore line, learn of the history that averted an invasion in World War II, visit Tin City and challenge the shifting sand of the 30 meter high sand hills.
This is a great trip for the family, the kids just love rolling down the steep dunes. We will explain the incredible natural and man made features of the beach as we guide you around this beautiful wonderland. Nothing beats the freedom of beach driving, a must if you are planning a trip to Fraser Island. This is a trip that our customers always remember for all the right reasons.
Join Great Divide Tours, one of the few tag-along tour companies licensed by the traditional owners and National Parks to conduct 4WD tag-along tours on the Stockton Dunes.
Basic Requirements For This Tour
Suitable to 4WDrives with high and low range
No other vehicle requirements are required
A full tank from Newcastle is recommended
Bring a tyre gauge – our shop sells them
A UHF radio – we can hire you a radio
Prior experience not necessary as we will train you as we go or you might consider attending our driver training course. - Do you require Driver Training
This is a self catered tour, bring your own food and drink requirements
More Info – will be sent to you once you register with your deposit
We can help with the Hire of a 4WD
Tour/Driver Training Deposits are non refundable unless your position can be filled, the deposit may be transferred to another date/tour or course.
Fees are payable from 1 week to 4 weeks prior to the tour/course, you will be advised when the fee is payable. Any cancellation by you after the due date for the full fee will result in forfeiture of your tour fee.
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