I may be biased, but Blueys Beach is one of the best northern NSW destinations for a beachside holiday. While the suburb itself offers plenty to explore, there are other attractions in and around Blueys Beach that are also worth exploring.
Whether you’re looking for a relaxing break or you’re looking to have a fun time, you’ll find plenty of things to do in Blueys Beach. Here are some of the best activities you can enjoy on your holiday in Blueys Beach.
Go surfing at Boomerang Beach
Located just 900m away from Blueys Beach, Boomerang Beach offers some of the best surfing breaks in northern NSW. An extremely clean beach, Boomerang Beach is also close to some great cafes and restaurants. Even if you’re not into surfing, it’s a great beach to visit with the family.
Take a walk to Cape Hawke Lookout
Cape Hawke Lookout is located in Forster, just 20km north of Blueys Beach and is the perfect day trip destination. Go on a walk to Cape Hawke Lookout where you’ll get to enjoy magnificent views of the beach and the ocean. Make sure to add Cape Hawke Lookout to your list of things to do in Blueys Beach.
Have a good time at Elizabeth Beach in Booti Booti National Park
Elizabeth Beach is located just 3km away from Blueys Beach and is one of the only patrolled beaches in the region. Elizabeth Beach is a family friendly beach. Elizabeth Beach has a surf club and a boat ramp access. Elizabeth Beach offers a great place to go diving snorkelling paddle boarding and winter whale watching too. If you’re into any of these activities or you’re just looking to have fun or a stunning walk along a Booti Booti National Park Beach, make sure to go to Elizabeth Beach.
Go fishing at Cellito Beach
Smiths Lake & Cellito Beach
Somewhat of a local secret is Cellito Beach – a remote, unpatrolled beach which lies around 8km south of Blueys Beach. To get to the south end of Cellito Beach, walk along the boardwalk through a stunning littoral rainforest. You’ll love the pristine beach. Cellito is known for surfing, amazing rock pools, and birdlife. The northern end of Cellito Beach is great for fishing, and it is highly recommended for a visit.
Visit The Green Cathedral
A one-of-a-kind cathedral, The Green Cathedral is a lovely and peaceful little spot which is located 5km away from Blueys Beach. This area is of tucked away amidst white sands, cabbage palms, and eucalyptus trees and boasts gorgeous beauty. Whether you’re religious or not, you must include The Green Cathedral in your list of things to do in Blueys Beach.
Explore Whoota Whoota Lookout
Located 15km from Blueys Beach, Whoota Whoota Lookout is one of the best lookout spots in the Pacific Palms region. To get to this lookout point, you’ll need to take a scenic drive through a lush forest, and you’ll be rewarded with stunning views. While some tourists complain of the difficulty in getting to this lookout point, the grand views that it offers makes it well worth the effort.
If you are planning an upcoming holiday in Blueys Beach, you have plenty to look forward to. Some things to do in Blueys Beach that you should add to your holiday itinerary include going surfing at Boomerang Beach, taking a walk to Cape Hawke Lookout, having a good time at Elizabeth Beach, going fishing or surfing at Cellito Beach, visiting The Green Cathedral, and exploring Whoota Whoota Lookout.
And, if you haven’t yet booked accommodation in Blueys Beach, consider booking our motel accommodation here at Blueys Motel. We’re located just 200m from Blueys Beach and even closer to cafes and restaurants. Our comfortable and stylish motel accommodation includes useful facilities and amenities to make your holiday more enjoyable. By choosing to stay with us, you’ll put yourself in an excellent location to enjoy the very best that Blueys Beach and its surroundings have to offer.
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