when you drive into seal rocks you will know what all the fuss is about – the view is breathtaking
Seal Rocks is a small, sleepy and isolated fishing village in the middle of the Great Lakes coastline. Its fame rests largely on the beautiful Sugarloaf Point lighthouse and the sense of isolation it enjoys.
Seal Rocks has a unique warm inviting atmosphere. The village is one of the few remaining coastal villages to have avoided major development, so you will experience a truly relaxing and uninterrupted stay. Here you are a stranger only once and you’ll soon be part of the Seal Rocks family.
Situated on the edge of the Pacific Ocean there are beach options to suit all and the diving is not to be missed as it is one of the few places to see a grey nurse shark. The well known lighthouse is a short walk from the village. It is a brilliant spot to sit and watch the whales passing by and soak up the amazing view!
32° 26' 29.0692" S, 152° 32' 22.3588" E