Things To Do in Pacific Palms, NSW

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Explore National Parks

At the north end of Pacific Palms, the spectacular Booti Booti National Park covers a scenic 8km peninsula of beautiful headlands, beaches and rainforest. This is a great place for hiking, swimming, and birdwatching. In winter you can watch whales as they migrate along the coast.

Cruises and Diving

Pacific Palms is perfect for those who want to escape the land and get active in the water. Visit the stunning Cellito Beach for sensational snorkelling, fishing and scuba diving and you can even book an Amaroo Cruise for a day spent on the water Dolphin and Whale watching. 

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Water sports

There's a host of activities right on your doorstep including kayak and water-ski tours, windsurfing. The surf is legendary, water sports abundant and the fishing superb.


Speaking of fishing, the waters surrounding Pacific Palms are blessed with clean beaches, uncrowded rock ledges, great Bluewater game fishing and, of course, the jewel in the crown, Wallis Lake which is a pristine world-class fish heaven.

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Why not complete your vacation at Pacific Palms with a round of golf? Sandbar Golf Club is a nine-hole golf course located within walking distance of Cellito Beach, also known as Sandbar Beach and is a truly unique and enjoyable golfing experience.  

Retail & Shopping

Pacific Palms main shopping and dining enclave is Boomerang Drive in Blueys Beach, where there are a number of specialty stores and hip cafes that wouldn’t be out of place in a big city. A popular place for sunset over Wallis Lake is Pacific Palms Recreation Club.

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