Tucked away in the heart of the Barrington Coast, Pacific Palms derives its name from the iconic cabbage tree palms that adorn the landscape. Inhabitants and visitors alike live a lifestyle intertwined with the rhythms of surfing, boating, kayaking, and fishing. Wallis, Smiths, and Myall Lakes lie at its doorstep, while three national parks and a marine sanctuary beckon exploration.
Pacific Palms boasts an array of legendary beaches, each with its unique allure. Elizabeth Beach, with its ivory sands framed by the verdant hills of Booti Booti National Park, invites relaxation and adventures like swimming, surfing, and snorkelling. Blueys Beach and Boomerang Beach, on the other hand, are celebrated havens for surf enthusiasts.
At the northern edge of Pacific Palms, the magnificent Booti Booti National Park sprawls across an 8-kilometer-long peninsula adorned with forested headlands, pristine beaches, and lush rainforests. This sanctuary beckons explorers with hiking trails, inviting swimming spots, and opportunities for birdwatching. During the winter months, you can witness the majestic migration of whales along the coastline, adding a touch of wonder to this coastal paradise.