Pacific Palms Resort

2 Lakeside Crescent, Pacific Palms, New South Wales, 2428, Australia | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 2 Lakeside Crescent, Pacific Palms, is near Boomerang Beach.
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    Travel Blogs from Pacific Palms

    Botti Botti National Park

    A travel blog entry by aussiequest on Feb 14, 2014

    8 photos

    We've moved camp but not very far because this area is chock full of wonderful things to see and do. Camp Elim is our base for the next few days,which is right on the edge of Wallis Lake and a short walk over the road onto the beach front, set amongst the Botti Botti National Park which is a sub tropical rain ...


    A travel blog entry by richardfamily on Sep 23, 2013

    5 photos

    ... class pet hermit crab! Maya We arrived at Forster on a warm and sunny Monday and with luck we found a big but cold pool, a huge playground, go carts, a canteen and a great path for scooters. That afternoon we went on a walk on the beach and collected a heap of shells for different decorations and mementos of our holiday. Day 2 we woke up and all went for ...

    Natural Beauty at it's Best.

    A travel blog entry by pinkfatpiggy on Apr 29, 2013

    2 comments, 15 photos

    ... the weather was not hot it was about 20-24C everyday... much better then Melbourne though which was having a cold patch of tops of 16C. We felt sooo sorry about that.
    So far the caravan has been great. Pam is loving her own private loo and shower which Gus is banned from using... 1/ He can't fit and 2/ he would clog the loo in "one sitting" so to speak!
    As we were parked at the isolated end of the park ...

    The Sandbar and Smiths Lake

    A travel blog entry by islandtraveller on Apr 11, 2013

    12 photos

    ... Craig met us with our bathers and we spent a wonderful time swimming and being in some very large faced waves.
    We went back to Cellito beach the next day where Craig surfed the biggest deep water ocean waves ever experienced.
    Craig was lucky enough to be taken surfing by Terry, a great friend and local. Both Boomerang Beach and Seal Rocks were great surfing places, Craig really enjoyed his time with Terry and surfing and experienced waves he hadn’t in ...


    A travel blog entry by kathandsheila on Nov 18, 2012

    1 comment, 14 photos

    ... dunes with good facilities, including hot showers.

    Most campers seemed to use the campground as an overnight rest area and apart from a German couple in a very large motorhome the fees were ignored. $10pp pn + $7 per day for your vehicle is a bit steep! The park rangers checked the area but made no effort to confirm that campers were paying.

    The beach ...