Pacific Palms

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The perfect retreat that will have you coming back for more.

Encompassing Blueys, Boomerang and Elizabeth Beaches, Tiona, Coomba, Smiths Lake and Seal Rocks, there is a special charm that draws people to the ‘Palms’. Blessed with sparkling blue waters of the Tasman Sea and Wallis & Smiths Lakes, surrounded by lush rainforest, the area is a place of natural beauty.
 
Named after the majestic cabbage tree palms, Pacific Palms blends with the magnificent Booti Booti and Wallingat National Parks and the Port Stephens Great Lakes Marine Park. Scenic lookouts, secluded coves, hidden beaches, famous surfing, coffee shops, galleries and rainforest walks characterise this amazing wonderland. 
 
Combine this with a community in touch with its natural surroundings and you begin to understand why the ‘Palms’ is the perfect retreat that will have you coming back for more.

elizabeth beach

elizabeth beach

at the northern end of pacific palms lies elizabeth beach It is a small community nestled within rugged headlands covered with palm forests. The area is bounded by the Booti Booti National Park, Wallis Lake and the Tasman Sea. Sensational walking tr...

boomerang beach

boomerang beach

boomerang beach is pacific palms best surfing beach, with rock ledges helping to form great waves It plays host to major surfing competitions each year and is a magnet for surfers. The beach is actually 'boomerang' shaped and is ideal for swimming w...

blueys beach

blueys beach

alongside boomerang beach is blueys beach completing the trifecta of perfect surfing beaches in pacific palms No matter the time of year you are guaranteed a good wave. Rumour has it Blueys Beach gained its name from a cows misadventure on the hill ...

smiths lake

smiths lake

in between the wallis and myall lakes is the smaller but just as majestic smiths lake Offering warm calm waters separated from the ocean by an impressive sandbar formation. The lake has catchment of 32 square kilometres and a waterway area of 11 squ...

coomba

coomba

coomba park is located on wallis lake and borders on to the wallingat national park This friendly village offers peace and tranquillity miles away from the stresses of everyday city life. There are holiday homes to rent and trails and lake to explor...

seal rocks

seal rocks

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 Sugar...

tiona

tiona

nestled on the northern end of pacific palms at the start of 7 mile beach you will find tiona Here there is only a small stretch of sand separating the Pacific Ocean and Wallis Lake. With two camp grounds to chose from as well as cabin and van sites...


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