Pacific Palms

Pacific Palms

The Pacific Palms region can be found just 3 hours North of Sydney. Charming coastal towns such as ‘Blueys’ is nothing short of beautiful. Offering white sands, blue oceans, great surf and a relaxed atmosphere this truly is the perfect place to spend your vacation. From the beautiful beaches, to the surrounding national parks, there is always something to help you while away your day, whether it be sunbathing on the white sandy beach, surfing the spectacular waves or exploring the surrounding parks, teeming with wildlife. 

The surrounding lakes, Wallis and Smiths will attract water sports enthusiasts with activities including boating, fishing, kayaking and stand up paddle boarding. Whilst walkers can immerse themselves in the nearby national parks and enjoy the local trails such as the ‘Green Cathedral’, a splendid outdoor church under a canopy of palms located in the southern section of Booti Booti National Park. Other trails include Whoota Whoota lookout, found in the Wallingat National Park, offering spectacular views of the Great Lakes Region or perhaps take a short drive to Seal Rocks and enjoy the sensational views from Sugar Point Lighthouse. 

For the more adventurous among us, the mountain bike trails are also a great way to enjoy the parks. Blueys Beach & Boomerang Beach are a great place to spot whales and dolphins frolicking in the surf and for those wanting to experience these majestic creatures up close, whale watching cruises leave Forster (just twenty minutes north of Pacific Palms) daily through the whale seasons. Forster also happens to be one of the closest larger towns servicing all your daily needs. It is also a great place to do a bit of shopping and maybe grab a spot of lunch. 

Whatever your holiday desires are, we are certain the Pacific Palms region will exceed your expectations. A quiet area in the winter and awash with activity in the summer, this truly is a remarkable coastal region.

Dining Experiences

There are plenty of great coffee shops in The Palms, Smiths Lake waterfront and in the Blueys Village.  Blueys Beach has some excellent local restaurants and take-away’s that have good connections to local growers and produce.  There is fresh local seafood also available nearby.   Bluey’s local newsagency/general store has a great range of all the essentials and the local bottle shop has a well-stocked gourmet deli. Most of the major supermarkets are available at Forster, a short drive north along the Lakes Way. Forster also has an abundance of great restaurants and cafe's to enjoy.

How to get there

Just three hours north from Sydney, Blueys Beach can be reached by car following these simple directions

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