Hummer Tours

1.5hr Hummer 4WD Safari Tours





Child (14-17)


Child (7-13)


Family (2a 2c)


Family ( 2a 3c)




  •  Tin City, Sandboarding & driving on beach/dunes
  • Children must be under 14 for the family pack
  • Must be booked at least 1 week in advance


Best views of dunes

Enjoy an uninterrupted 180°view of the beach and dunes. Our 12 seater H1 Hummer Safari tour of the only one in Australia.

Culture and History

Visit the WWII Tank Traps, the forgotten Tin City and Sygna Shipwreck.

Learn about the Aboriginal and European occupancy of the Dunes. And sand boarding down the highest Coastal Dunes in the Southern Hemisphere.

Depending on the tour time booked we may not get to all that is listed below. Our hummer tours are also affected by the beach tides at certain times of the day.

Early Inhabitants

The earliest inhabitants of the Port Stephens region in particular the land close to Port Stephens were the Worimi Aboriginal tribe.

Their middens may be seen at many points along the beach. These middens, which are up to 12,000 years old, consist mainly of the remnants of pipis and whelk shells. As the beach is constantly reshaped by the winds some middens are concealed while new ones are revealed.

Stockton Beach

Stockton Beach is an awe inspiring 32 kilometre stretch of beach and sand dunes. The dunes can exceed 30 metres in height.

Stockton Beach is located between Birubi Point at Anna Bay in the north of Port Stephens. The town of Stockton near Newcastle in the south.

This almost surreal dune system is up to 1 kilometre wide in places and covers an area of over 2,500 hectares. It is reputedly the largest ‘moving’ sand dune system in the southern hemisphere.

The Bight

The Bight is also home to the wreck of The MV Sygna which was a 53,000 tonne Norwegian bulk carrier. It ran aground during a major storm after battling unsuccessfully against winds of up to 185km/hr on 26 May 1974.

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