Pacific Palms

Crystal clear waters, nature walks, abundant sea life, great eateries. Experience it all at Elizabeth, Blueys & Boomerang Beach in Pacific Palms.

Explore the wilderness & watery wonderland of Pacific Palms

Pacific Palms is a popular holiday spot about 10-20 minutes north of Bungwahl. From the north, the encompasses Booti Booti National Park, Wallis Lake, Elizabeth Beach, Boomerang Beach, Blueys Beach, Cellito & Sandbar and Smiths Lake.

It boasts some of the most stunning beaches on the NSW coast. In fact, Boomerang Beach was named Australia’s second best beach by Tourism Australia in 2023.

The embrace of nature is palpable throughout the region, with Booti Booti National Park providing a sanctuary for diverse flora and fauna. Hiking trails offer panoramic views of the coastline, allowing visitors to immerse themselves in the coastal wilderness. Wallis Lake, a pristine inland waterway, beckons with opportunities for boating, fishing, and birdwatching, adding a touch of tranquility to the vibrant coastal scene.

Whether it’s the surfers catching waves, the serene landscapes surrounding Smiths Lake, Wallis Lake or Booti Booti, or the hidden coves awaiting discovery, Pacific Palms is an idyllic corner of the coast we recommend you explore.

Pacific Palms Beaches

Here are some of our favourite activities to do around Pacific Palms

Blueys Beach is a popular choice for surfers. With its pristine white sand and crystal-clear water, its no wonder so many people choose this beach as their holiday destination.

The headlands at Boomerang offer protection from the prevailing winds and rock ledge formation helping create superb surf conditions. Beachcombers can spot playful dolphins and migrating whales from its shores, while anglers will relish opportunities for beach and rock fishing.

Elizabeth Beach (or ‘Lizzie’) is the best for young families. Its one of the few north-facing beaches on the east coast making it quite protected and is patrolled by Pacific Palms Surf Life Saving during school holidays and on weekends. There’s plenty of good fishing here too.

Eating Out In Pacific Palms

For delicious wood-fired pizza, Hueys At Blueys is where to go. You can dine-in (with limited seating) or take it down to Blueys Beach for a picnic.

On the shores on Wallis Lake in Elizabeth Beach is The Recky (or Pacific Palms Recreation Club). Great for bistro-style food for lunch or dinner. Grab a table on the lawn, on the balcony or inside in the Bistro. You can order the courtesy bus but check their website for times and booking conditions.

Kembali is the place to head for flavoursome Bali-inspired fare. Its a relaxed cafe at Blueys Beach with fresh and healthy food infused with flavours from Indonesia.

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