Pacific Palms ... You Deserve a Beach Break!

Pacific Palms, one of natures ultimate seaside creations, is a holiday just three hours drive north of Sydney and under two hours from Newcastle.

Pacific Palms is fast becoming one of the most popular holiday destinations on the mid-north NSW coast for couples and families alike. Pacific Palms is part of a spectacular region of pristine lakes, stunning white beaches and magnificent National Parks.

Pacific Palms is located between the Myall Lakes and Forster and includes Blueys Beach, Boomerang Beach, Elizabeth Beach, Shellys Beach, Charlotte Bay, Green Point, Smiths Lake, Tarbuck Bay, Coomba Park, Whoota, Bungwahl, Seal Rocks, Sandbar, Cellito Beach, Wallis Lake, Booti Booti National Park and Wallingat State Forest.

Enjoying a temperate climate all year round, the area has been a popular destination for holiday makers seeking a relaxed coastal village atmosphere in an unspoilt natural environment.

There's a host of activities right on your doorstep from dolphin encounters to kayak tours, windsurfing and deep sea fishing charters. The surf is legendary, water sports abundant and the fishing superb.

Pacific Palms is what the holiday maker yearns for - kilometres of white beaches with squeaking sand, crystal clear water, awesome surf backed by rolling sand dunes and vast areas of unspoilt rainforest.

Great Lakes


Great Lakes' paradise stretches north from Tea Gardens and Hawks Nest on Port Stephens, to the tidal lakes and white sand beaches of Forster and Tuncurry. Verdant farmland, country villages and native forests enhance the Great Lakes' 145 kilometres of shoreline, while the elegant town of Stroud conserves a convict-built townscape.

The Great Lakes brims with holiday adventure all year round: summertime surfing on excellent waves and swims in crystal clear rock pools and bays; wintertime kayaking on serene tidal lakes and snowballing on plateaus, just an hour's drive away; spring strolls through undisturbed flora reserves and sightings of magical dolphins and migrating whales just off the coast; autumn bushwalks through sun-dappled rainforest; and anytime glimpses of the diverse lifestyles and cultures of a region which treasures the beauty of its wilderness.

Savour freshly caught seafood, a dozen of Wallis Lake's famous oysters and a bottle of local wine.