For something a bit different, take your kids to Swansea Headland and search for fossils. Here, you’ll find remnants of a petrified forest. It’s believed that there was a volcano 250 million years ago off Swansea coast.
Caves Beach is so named as it’s a network of sea caves located on a beach. A popular spot near Swansea in Lake Macquarie, it’s worth a visit. However, you’ll need to check the tides first as you can only visit the sea caves during low tide.