Everything You Need to Know About Pacific Palms

Everything You Need to Know About Pacific Palms

The Pacific Palms region boasts fantastic beaches, magnificent national parks, pristine lakes, and untouched waterways. It is one of the best destinations in Mid North Coast NSW and is slowly becoming a tourist hub. One of the biggest reasons behind the popularity of Pacific Palms as a holiday destination is that it is just a 3-hour drive from Sydney and a 2-hour drive from Newcastle.

If you are planning on a Pacific Palms holiday, then you certainly have a lot to look forward to. Today, I’ll outline everything you need to know about the Pacific Palms area to help you plan your holiday itinerary.


There are a number of gorgeous white beaches for you to explore in the Pacific Palms region. Some of the best beaches in the region include Blueys Beach, Boomerang Beach, Elizabeth Beach, Shelly Beach, Cellito Beach, Sandbar Beach, One Mile Beach, Seal Rocks and Lighthouse Beach.

With so many beaches to explore, there is simply no better destination in Mid North Coast NSW than Pacific Palms for a beachside holiday.


You’ll find a host of activities at your doorstep in Pacific Palms. From dolphin spotting to kayaking, windsurfing, and fishing, there is plenty to enjoy in the region. The Pacific Palms is also known for some of the best surf breaks in northern NSW and water sports are abundant in the region. And, the temperate climate of the region will allow you to enjoy these beachside activities all the more.


The Pacific Palms region is full of attractions for you to explore. Apart from the plethora of beaches, the region boasts unspoiled rainforests, hilly slopes, gorgeous trails and walking tracks, lookout points, marinas, and relaxed coastal towns. Some attractions worth exploring on your holiday include The Green Cathedral, Whoota Whoota Lookout, Forster Marina, Cape Hawke Lookout, and Sugarloaf Point Lighthouse at Seal Rocks.

National Parks

Nature lovers can also look forward to having an amazing holiday in Pacific Palms. The region includes three major national parks – Myall Lakes National Park, Wallingat National Park, and Booti Booti National Park. With varied rainforests, hilly landscapes and gorgeous trails and walking tracks, these national parks are fantastic for hiking, trailing, bird watching, camping and picnicking.


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Due to its popularity, accommodation options are plentiful in Pacific Palms. The most popular places to book accommodation in Pacific Palms include Seal Rocks, Smiths Lake, and Blueys Beach, while the most popular types of accommodation include holiday apartments and homes, beachside resorts and motels, lakeside cottages, holiday parks, and camping grounds.

Here, at Blueys Motel, we offer motel accommodation in the heart of Pacific Palms. Located just 200m from Blueys Beach, our accommodation offers easy access to several destinations and attractions with the region. We offer a range of stylish and comfortable rooms that come equipped with modern facilities. Our beachside accommodation offers you the best of relaxed living while offering you all the amenities needed to enjoy a holiday. By staying with us, you will put yourself in an excellent location to enjoy the very best that Pacific Palms has to offer.


The Pacific Palms region is a fantastic destination for a coastal holiday. There are a number of gorgeous white beaches in the region, and you can enjoy a plethora of beachside and water activities. Apart from beaches, the region is filled with several attractions, and there are three major national parks located in Pacific Palms. Accommodation options are also plentiful in the region.

And, for accommodation for your Pacific Palms holiday, look no further than Blueys Motel. Check out our motel rooms or give us a call on +612 6554 0665 should you have any questions.

Eleanor Rattray | Administrator

Passionate about sharing quality destination experiences available on the Barrington Coast. I love to help facilitate staff, guests and visitors with interesting, local eat, stay and play information. We have a saying here at Blueys "stay where you love... love where you stay". Enjoy! Thanks El

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