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Shipwreck Quad Bike Adventure

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Published November 5th 2012
Historic Stockton Beach is a popular tourist attraction, located north of the Hunter River. It has been the site of over 100 shipwrecks, with the decaying MV Sygna, a Norwegian bulk carrier, now a local icon of the area and still has remnants of World War II, namely 'Dragon's teeth' (tank traps). Another historical feature of the site are the middens, which are up to 12,000 years old, created by the members of the Worimi Aboriginal tribe, who were the earliest inhabitants of the area.

MV Sygna

Given Stockton Beach's unique setting, which is composed of stunning ocean views, bushland and a 32km stretch of sand dunes, Quad Bike Tours are a popular attraction and with Quad Bike King, their one of a kind Shipwreck Tour, allows visitors the chance to explore all the different facets of Stockton Beach alongside a tour guide.

The adventure begins at the Quad Bike King base camp on the beach, where the tour group are given a chance to familiarise themselves with the quad bikes. Your tour guide will make sure you head on your tour safely and will offer riding tips, so you can make the most of the experience.

The tour itself will run for approximately 90 minutes and costs $110 per person.

The Shipwreck Tour is available throughout the year. To make a booking or to find out more information on the Shipwreck Tour or the other experiences Quad Bike King offer at Stockton Beach, please contact 02 49190088.

For more information on Quad Bike King, please visit the official website, Facebook profile and Twitter.

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Why? A one of a kind Shipwreck Tour
When: 9am to 6pm each day
Phone: 02 49190088
Where: Stockton Beach
Cost: $110 per person
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