Seal Rocks is a small fishing village and scenic coastal area nestled between the Hunter Region and Mid North Coast in New South Wales. This town is well-known for its good surfing spots such as the Lighthouse Beach, Yagon and Treachery. The area got its name due to Australian fur seals that were frequently seen at the rocks near the Sugarloaf Point Lighthouse, which can also be found in this town. Built in 1875, the historic structure offers tourists with cottage-style accommodations that have a magnificent view of the ocean. More than just lodging places, these cottages are renovated with modern facilities without losing the antique charm and appeal of the surrounding environment.