Things to do

Burraduc Buffalo Dairy

Burraduc Buffalo Dairy, nestled in the scenic region of New South Wales, Australia, is a family-owned farm dedicated to sustainable and ethical dairy farming. Specializing in the production of high-quality buffalo milk and artisanal dairy products, Burraduc prides itself on its commitment to animal welfare and environmentally friendly practices. With a focus on traditional farming methods, the dairy offers a range of products, including creamy buffalo mozzarella, rich yogurt, and gourmet cheeses, all crafted to highlight the unique and delicious qualities of buffalo milk. Through their passion for sustainable agriculture and dedication to excellence, Burraduc Buffalo Dairy has become a cherished provider of premium dairy delights.

Topi Open Range Farm

We’re passionate farmers with a focus on ecological and sustainable practices and are dedicated to creating a range of premium quality, artisan produce that doesn’t cost the earth. We began producing our Open Range eggs in 2016. Sold across the region, Topi Open Range eggs fast became a favourite of locals and visitors alike. Our chickens love foraging, playing and socialising with their flock in our green pastures. All our birds graze on grass and forage for bugs and natural goodies in the earth, we provide clean rain water for them to drink and top up their natural diets with Australian Country Heritage Feed (Organic Certification 10607P). It’s not just chickens that roam our pastures, there are other animals that call Topi home too: Topi Alpacas. We have fourteen magnificent alpacas. Because of their unusual appearance and significant height, these beautiful creatures act as a natural deterrent to birds of prey; plus they’re super cute. Chaos and Havoc, our mischievous dogs.   Proud Supporter of The Great Lakes Food Trail Finding ourselves amongst a group of amazing producers who are committed to the humane production of wholesome food, we decided to establish The Great Lakes Food Trail. The trail aims to connect local and ethical producers with our community. Whether it’s freshly grown produce, craft beer, fine wines, seafood, sweet treats or other bounties of the region, The Great Lakes Food Trail is an easy to follow route, visiting local farms, breweries and vineyards.

The Coastal Brewing Company

The Coastal Brewing Company is an award winning family-owned microbrewery based in the coastal town of Forster Tuncurry, NSW. Being based in Forster-Tuncurry and part of the wonderful Barrington Coast, community is playing a big role in the brewery’s strategy and operations. For The Coastal Brewing Company, it’s all about enjoying L.I.F.E – that’s local, independent, fresh, everytime.  Building on its enjoying L.I.F.E focus, all of the Coastal Brewing Company beer names link to the natural beauty of the Barrington Coast area in NSW. Using all natural ingredients on a 1,200 litre brewhouse, the brewery produces fresh, craft beer for sale in kegs to restaurants, bars, clubs and pubs. Beer is also canned onsite and sold through bottlestores, restaurants and bars.   From 27 April onwards the taproom will adopt our Autumn / Winter opening hours. You can visit the taproom at the brewery (3 Dalman Street, Forster) on Thursday, Friday and Saturday 11am – 6pm. Visitors can enjoy a range of regularly, rotating beers on a tasting paddle (89mL or 200mL glasses) and schooners.  Cider, gluten free beer and a range of soft drinks are also available in the taproom.  Cans and cartons can also be purchased from the taproom and we also sell (and fill) ‘growlers’ and ‘squealers’ of beer for takeaway. Light food (chips, nuts and cheeseboards are available at all times) and we also have food trucks from time to time. Food can also be ordered in from local takeaway restaurants. And YES we are children and dog friendly !!

Yoga Cove

Yoga Cove is all about creating an accessible yoga practice for everyone. The intention is to share this wisdom with our community fostering holistic well-being. The light filled studio is the perfect sanctuary to connect with your mind, body and spirit. The space fits 6 students creating an intimate, welcoming, and safe space for all. Yoga Cove invites you to join us on the mat, whether you’re a beginner or experienced. Classes: Vinyasa Yin Mindful Flow Group Sessions

Palms Pilates

Palms Pilates classes are open to men, women, seniors, those with injuries, pre & postal clients, pilates pros’ or very first timers, we are an exclusive space who welcome all. The studio has 4 reformer beds making each group class a semi private session, semi private classes at the same price as a larger group setting! Smaller classes provide each client with more attention and a personalised approach. Meet Sam Sam is a certified mat and reformer pilates instructor. Sam is experienced training clients from beginners to advanced. She furthered her studies for Pre and Post Natal care. She also has experience working with men, seniors and those with or returning from injury. Her approach is very personalised and tailored to each clients needs and goals. Sam is a Palms local and mother two energetic boys, she loves the community and looks forward to welcoming you to the studio.

Boomerang Massage

Treatment options With a choice of organic almond or avocado oil. Remedial Massage Includes using specialised massage techniques to manipulate soft tissues of the body to help release muscular tension. Pregnancy Massage Includes a custom made pregnancy bed where mum can lay comfortably on her tummy throughout the massage. Side-laying massage is also available. Full body massage Includes a flowing full body massage from top to toe. Whether it is to ease muscular discomfort or just a little bit of nurturing, massage is a great way to unwind, rest and repair. Holistic sculptural facial massage Includes skin cleansing prior to the facial massage and the treatment consists of a broad range of sculptural facial massage techniques. Organic avocado oil is applied before the first facial massage The treatment is concluded with hand and foot massage. Shiatsu Includes a therapeutic therapy that aims to restore the balance of energy through meridians in order to promote health and strengthen the body’s healing abilities. Shiatsu is done on a padded futon on the floor and clients remain fully clothed. Pressure can be gentle or firm. Shiatsu and acupressure facial Includes a full shiatsu treatment and incorporates acupressure points on the face. The aim is to unblock meridian through putting pressure on specific points on the face. This may help the blood circulation reach different parts of your facial muscles, thus restoring vitality to each and every part of the face and the other vital organs. Pricelist 1 hour $120 11/2 hours $160 Mobile treatments We come to your home and bring everything we need to provide a relaxing experience in the comfort of your home. We require a minimum of two clients for mobile visits. Pregnancy massage is also available for mobile massage. Pricelist Mobile Treatment 1 hour  $150 11/2 hours $200 The travel surcharge for Forster appointments $40

Blueys Bakehouse

The latest edition to the shops at Blueys Beach is Blueys Bakehouse, and it’s quickly become a favourite of locals and holiday makers alike. From the pies to the bread and the incredible coffee, no morning is complete without a quick stop in here.  The Blueys Bakehouse is the sister bakery of the famous Smiths Lake Bakehouse so if you’ve stopped in here before you’ll know what deliciousness awaits you!

Coomba Aquatic Club

The Coomba Aquatic Club is located in Coomba Park on the western shores of Wallis Lake, one of the three Great Lakes on the beautiful New South Wales Mid North Coast. The Coomba Aquatic Club warmly welcomes members, guests, and visitors to enjoy a plethora of aquatic adventures amidst the pristine waters of Wallis Lake and its surrounding tributaries. From sailing and fishing to kayaking and power boating, there’s something for everyone to enjoy. The Club precinct boasts state-of-the-art facilities including a dual floating jetty system, a concrete dinghy launching ramp, a Clubhouse, a gazebo, and expansive lawns, all nestled within the serene beauty of a bushland Crown Reserve. They regularly host a variety of social gatherings in the Clubhouse, including the beloved weekly Friday night Family BBQ at the scenic Club site in Coomba Aquatic Gardens. The Clubhouse is equipped with a professional-grade kitchen and is available for rental, perfect for hosting special events such as weddings and more.

Kembali Cafe

Relaxing café situated in Blueys Beach offering fresh and wholesome cuisine infused with vibrant Indonesian flavors. Exclusively serving dishes crafted from the finest, locally sourced ingredients, inspired by the culinary delights of Bali.   Photo courtesy of Hunter Hunter.

Pacific Palms Bowling Club

Pacific Palms Bowling Club has been a favourite for members and visitors since 1991. Staffed by friendly locals, our Bowling Club has a small community feel. Enjoy a beautiful meal in The Palms Bistro, a nice cold beverage from the bar with 12 ice cold beers on tap, lawn bowls, TAB facilities, Keno, Raffles and much more.

Blueys Beach Natural Health Center

Nestled in the heart of Blueys Beach Village is a beautiful sanctuary of relaxation and wellness. With Yoga, Qigong, and Pilates in the Buddha Garden, you begin your day grounded shaking off the worries of your busy life. ​Community Meditation Evenings send you into an hour of mindfulness with Singing Bowls and Moving Meditation, waking to candlelight and starlit night, as you drift home ready for sleep. Services include: massage, facials, mind-body healing, naturopathic Chinese medicine, acupressure treatments, mini-retreats & spa packages, infrared sauna, and spa.

Drift Cafe

Go where the locals go. Located in the heart of Blueys, Drift is a vibrant cafe serving great coffee, smoothies, and good burgers. The chicken schnitzel burgers are a must!

Frothy Coffee Boatshed

Relax on the shores of Smiths Lake with some of the best coffee in hand, or enjoy breakfast over the water with Frothy’s dine-in options. The choice is yours, regardless the coffee is good!

Sips at Moby’s

Your taste of the Palms! Serving breakfast, lunch and dinner, Sips showcases the very best local produce the Palms has to offer. Their poolside bar offers a great spot to dust the sand from your feet after a day of beach adventures! Enjoy a bite or cocktails & craft beers with some live tunes! Check their weekly specials and events.

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Seal Rocks

Seal Rocks stands as a quintessential coastal village within the Barrington Coast, known for its secluded nature. The village has gained renown for its picturesque lighthouse, which gazes out over untamed and distant shorelines. Throughout the year, Seal Rocks attracts visitors who are captivated by its pristine surfing beaches, opportunities for snorkelling and diving, as well as its picturesque picnic spots. When visiting the area be sure to visit the operational Seal Rocks lighthouse, which stands atop Sugarloaf Point, commanding a view over an untouched shoreline and the cluster of rocky formations jutting from the ocean that lend the region its name. Erected between 1874 and 1875, it remains a unique Australian structure, as one of merely two lighthouse towers in the country boasting an exterior staircase. The lighthouse continues to employ its initial primary light source, characterized by a 16-sided catadioptric arrangement of lenses and curved mirrors.

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Cellito Beach

Crystal clear water, challenging surf, stunning views to Seal Rocks. These are just some of the things you can expect from Cellito Beach. Wander along the timber boardwalk through patches of coastal rainforest, to arrive at the perfect viewing area to check the surf. Peak behind the sandbar and you’ll see Smiths Lake. The southern end of this beach is also known as Sandbar Beach and can driven on with a 4WD, permits required.

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Watersports delight at Smiths Lake

Smiths Lake, which is actually a saline coastal lagoon that occasionally opens up to the sea, is a haven for water lovers. The calms and gentle catchment makes it perfect for families and those wanting to explore by kayaks or SUPs. Within Smiths Lake there are three islands: big Island, Little Island and Bull Island, so you can spend your weekend island hopping your way around the water.

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Whoota Whoota Lookout

You haven’t seen the mid-North coast unless you’ve seen it from Whoota Whoota lookout. The views are unrivaled. The lookout is accessible by car (4WD recommended), and you can see vast stretches of eucalypt forest, Wallis Lake as well as 100kms of coastline.

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Wallingat National Park

Swap out the beach for the bush on a visit to Wallingat National Park. Here you’ll find a varied landscape between forest and swap land, which makes for great hikes, 4WD trails, picnic spots and plenty of opportunities to see birdlife and other wildlife in the area. If your looking for an on-foot adventure then there’s three different walking tracks to choose from, but the Cabbage Palm loop track, which will take 45minutes to an and hour and half to complete the 1.7kms is our pick. The track is dominated by the striking cabbage tree palms as well as varieties of gum trees. It’s home to 200 species of birds including glossy black cockatoos and king parrots. Remember to bring water and sunscreen!

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Boomerang Beach

This stretch of beach, as its name suggests, is shaped like a boomerang and draws in the crowds for its clean surf breaks and swim spots. This is also one of the best locations to catch the sunrise from, plus, with the rocky headlands at either end you can explore the rockpools at low tide. Boomerang Beach is also a key stop for many surfing contests including the World Surf League Qualifying Series held every February.

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Visit Booti Booti National Park

Encompassing scenic headlands, exquisite beaches, rejuvenating rainforest, and an 11km stretch of estuarine foreshore, there’s plenty to explore in Booti Booti National Park. The park derives its name from the local Worimi Aboriginal term “butibuti,” symbolizing a plentiful supply of honey. Whether you choose to swim at the famous Elizabeth Beach, or bring a picnic to enjoy with friends and family, perhaps you might take on one of the hikes throughout the park, whatever option you prefer, a visit to Booti Booti is a must.

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Cape Hawke Lookout

Cape Hawke Lookout is a stunning natural vantage point on the coastline of New South Wales. Perched atop the rugged cliffs that overlook the crystal clear waters of the Pacific Ocean, this lookout offers an awe-inspiring panoramic view that stretches as far as the eye can see. It’s the perfect place to spot a whale or two! Just 5 minutes from Forster, the 420 steps it will take you to reach the top is worth it. On a clear day you can even see as far as Barrington Tops and Crowdy Bay National Park.

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Pacific Palms Recky Club For Sunset

Head over to the Pacific Palms Recreation Club for sunset as you’ll be treated to some beautiful sunsets reflecting into the water off Wallis Lake. Bring a picnic or grab a drink from the club.

Booti Hill and Wallis Lake Walking Track

Starting from the Ruins Campground this 7.3km loop trail takes you past both the ocean and the shores of Lake Wallis. There are plenty of opportunities to take a dip, so be sure to take your swimmers and make a day of it. The walk begins on Seven Mile Beach and heads up the northern side of Booti Hill before emerging onto the ridge-crest. You might be luck enough to spot whales from this point during the migration season. Carry on towards Elizabeth Beach where you can stop for a swim, picnic or BBQ. The trail then branches west, crosses The Lakes Way and follows the shore of Wallis Lake for the remaining 3.5km.

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Surf and Swim at Blueys Beach

Grab a board and hit the waves at one of the most famous surfing beaches along the North Coast. The waves here are truely special and even if surfing isn’t your thing the azure colour of the water will have everyone wanting to jump in! Framed by a lush green headland, the story goes that the beach gained its name from a misadventure by a local cow. Occasionally cows can still be spotted on the southern headland.

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Destination Barrington Coast

Check out the Destination Barrington Coast website, as find out all you can do. “Where the leaves touch the waters from the mountains to the sea”.

Visit Elizabeth Beach

Take a dip at ‘Lizzie’s’ as the locals call it. Part of Booti Booti National Park, Elizabeth Beach is one of the most popular swimming spots in The Palms. The beach faces North, making the waters calm and perfect for families looking to cool down. Pacific Palms Surf Life Saving Club is also based out of Elizabeth Beach and patrols during the summer months.  

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Seal Rocks

Seal Rocks stands as a quintessential coastal village within the Barrington Coast, known for its secluded nature. The village has gained renown for its picturesque lighthouse, which gazes out over untamed and distant shorelines. Throughout the year, Seal Rocks attracts visitors who are captivated by its pristine surfing beaches, opportunities for snorkelling and diving, as well as its picturesque picnic spots. When visiting the area be sure to visit the operational Seal Rocks lighthouse, which stands atop Sugarloaf Point, commanding a view over an untouched shoreline and the cluster of rocky formations jutting from the ocean that lend the region its name. Erected between 1874 and 1875, it remains a unique Australian structure, as one of merely two lighthouse towers in the country boasting an exterior staircase. The lighthouse continues to employ its initial primary light source, characterized by a 16-sided catadioptric arrangement of lenses and curved mirrors.

Read More

Cellito Beach

Crystal clear water, challenging surf, stunning views to Seal Rocks. These are just some of the things you can expect from Cellito Beach. Wander along the timber boardwalk through patches of coastal rainforest, to arrive at the perfect viewing area to check the surf. Peak behind the sandbar and you’ll see Smiths Lake. The southern end of this beach is also known as Sandbar Beach and can driven on with a 4WD, permits required.

Read More

Boomerang Beach

This stretch of beach, as its name suggests, is shaped like a boomerang and draws in the crowds for its clean surf breaks and swim spots. This is also one of the best locations to catch the sunrise from, plus, with the rocky headlands at either end you can explore the rockpools at low tide. Boomerang Beach is also a key stop for many surfing contests including the World Surf League Qualifying Series held every February.

Read More

Surf and Swim at Blueys Beach

Grab a board and hit the waves at one of the most famous surfing beaches along the North Coast. The waves here are truely special and even if surfing isn’t your thing the azure colour of the water will have everyone wanting to jump in! Framed by a lush green headland, the story goes that the beach gained its name from a misadventure by a local cow. Occasionally cows can still be spotted on the southern headland.

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Visit Elizabeth Beach

Take a dip at ‘Lizzie’s’ as the locals call it. Part of Booti Booti National Park, Elizabeth Beach is one of the most popular swimming spots in The Palms. The beach faces North, making the waters calm and perfect for families looking to cool down. Pacific Palms Surf Life Saving Club is also based out of Elizabeth Beach and patrols during the summer months.  

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Burraduc Buffalo Dairy

Burraduc Buffalo Dairy, nestled in the scenic region of New South Wales, Australia, is a family-owned farm dedicated to sustainable and ethical dairy farming. Specializing in the production of high-quality buffalo milk and artisanal dairy products, Burraduc prides itself on its commitment to animal welfare and environmentally friendly practices. With a focus on traditional farming methods, the dairy offers a range of products, including creamy buffalo mozzarella, rich yogurt, and gourmet cheeses, all crafted to highlight the unique and delicious qualities of buffalo milk. Through their passion for sustainable agriculture and dedication to excellence, Burraduc Buffalo Dairy has become a cherished provider of premium dairy delights.

Topi Open Range Farm

We’re passionate farmers with a focus on ecological and sustainable practices and are dedicated to creating a range of premium quality, artisan produce that doesn’t cost the earth. We began producing our Open Range eggs in 2016. Sold across the region, Topi Open Range eggs fast became a favourite of locals and visitors alike. Our chickens love foraging, playing and socialising with their flock in our green pastures. All our birds graze on grass and forage for bugs and natural goodies in the earth, we provide clean rain water for them to drink and top up their natural diets with Australian Country Heritage Feed (Organic Certification 10607P). It’s not just chickens that roam our pastures, there are other animals that call Topi home too: Topi Alpacas. We have fourteen magnificent alpacas. Because of their unusual appearance and significant height, these beautiful creatures act as a natural deterrent to birds of prey; plus they’re super cute. Chaos and Havoc, our mischievous dogs.   Proud Supporter of The Great Lakes Food Trail Finding ourselves amongst a group of amazing producers who are committed to the humane production of wholesome food, we decided to establish The Great Lakes Food Trail. The trail aims to connect local and ethical producers with our community. Whether it’s freshly grown produce, craft beer, fine wines, seafood, sweet treats or other bounties of the region, The Great Lakes Food Trail is an easy to follow route, visiting local farms, breweries and vineyards.

The Coastal Brewing Company

The Coastal Brewing Company is an award winning family-owned microbrewery based in the coastal town of Forster Tuncurry, NSW. Being based in Forster-Tuncurry and part of the wonderful Barrington Coast, community is playing a big role in the brewery’s strategy and operations. For The Coastal Brewing Company, it’s all about enjoying L.I.F.E – that’s local, independent, fresh, everytime.  Building on its enjoying L.I.F.E focus, all of the Coastal Brewing Company beer names link to the natural beauty of the Barrington Coast area in NSW. Using all natural ingredients on a 1,200 litre brewhouse, the brewery produces fresh, craft beer for sale in kegs to restaurants, bars, clubs and pubs. Beer is also canned onsite and sold through bottlestores, restaurants and bars.   From 27 April onwards the taproom will adopt our Autumn / Winter opening hours. You can visit the taproom at the brewery (3 Dalman Street, Forster) on Thursday, Friday and Saturday 11am – 6pm. Visitors can enjoy a range of regularly, rotating beers on a tasting paddle (89mL or 200mL glasses) and schooners.  Cider, gluten free beer and a range of soft drinks are also available in the taproom.  Cans and cartons can also be purchased from the taproom and we also sell (and fill) ‘growlers’ and ‘squealers’ of beer for takeaway. Light food (chips, nuts and cheeseboards are available at all times) and we also have food trucks from time to time. Food can also be ordered in from local takeaway restaurants. And YES we are children and dog friendly !!

Blueys Bakehouse

The latest edition to the shops at Blueys Beach is Blueys Bakehouse, and it’s quickly become a favourite of locals and holiday makers alike. From the pies to the bread and the incredible coffee, no morning is complete without a quick stop in here.  The Blueys Bakehouse is the sister bakery of the famous Smiths Lake Bakehouse so if you’ve stopped in here before you’ll know what deliciousness awaits you!

Kembali Cafe

Relaxing café situated in Blueys Beach offering fresh and wholesome cuisine infused with vibrant Indonesian flavors. Exclusively serving dishes crafted from the finest, locally sourced ingredients, inspired by the culinary delights of Bali.   Photo courtesy of Hunter Hunter.

Pacific Palms Bowling Club

Pacific Palms Bowling Club has been a favourite for members and visitors since 1991. Staffed by friendly locals, our Bowling Club has a small community feel. Enjoy a beautiful meal in The Palms Bistro, a nice cold beverage from the bar with 12 ice cold beers on tap, lawn bowls, TAB facilities, Keno, Raffles and much more.

Drift Cafe

Go where the locals go. Located in the heart of Blueys, Drift is a vibrant cafe serving great coffee, smoothies, and good burgers. The chicken schnitzel burgers are a must!

Frothy Coffee Boatshed

Relax on the shores of Smiths Lake with some of the best coffee in hand, or enjoy breakfast over the water with Frothy’s dine-in options. The choice is yours, regardless the coffee is good!

Sips at Moby’s

Your taste of the Palms! Serving breakfast, lunch and dinner, Sips showcases the very best local produce the Palms has to offer. Their poolside bar offers a great spot to dust the sand from your feet after a day of beach adventures! Enjoy a bite or cocktails & craft beers with some live tunes! Check their weekly specials and events.

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Pacific Palms Recky Club For Sunset

Head over to the Pacific Palms Recreation Club for sunset as you’ll be treated to some beautiful sunsets reflecting into the water off Wallis Lake. Bring a picnic or grab a drink from the club.

Coomba Aquatic Club

The Coomba Aquatic Club is located in Coomba Park on the western shores of Wallis Lake, one of the three Great Lakes on the beautiful New South Wales Mid North Coast. The Coomba Aquatic Club warmly welcomes members, guests, and visitors to enjoy a plethora of aquatic adventures amidst the pristine waters of Wallis Lake and its surrounding tributaries. From sailing and fishing to kayaking and power boating, there’s something for everyone to enjoy. The Club precinct boasts state-of-the-art facilities including a dual floating jetty system, a concrete dinghy launching ramp, a Clubhouse, a gazebo, and expansive lawns, all nestled within the serene beauty of a bushland Crown Reserve. They regularly host a variety of social gatherings in the Clubhouse, including the beloved weekly Friday night Family BBQ at the scenic Club site in Coomba Aquatic Gardens. The Clubhouse is equipped with a professional-grade kitchen and is available for rental, perfect for hosting special events such as weddings and more.

Pacific Palms Bowling Club

Pacific Palms Bowling Club has been a favourite for members and visitors since 1991. Staffed by friendly locals, our Bowling Club has a small community feel. Enjoy a beautiful meal in The Palms Bistro, a nice cold beverage from the bar with 12 ice cold beers on tap, lawn bowls, TAB facilities, Keno, Raffles and much more.

Pacific Palms Recky Club For Sunset

Head over to the Pacific Palms Recreation Club for sunset as you’ll be treated to some beautiful sunsets reflecting into the water off Wallis Lake. Bring a picnic or grab a drink from the club.

Whoota Whoota Lookout

You haven’t seen the mid-North coast unless you’ve seen it from Whoota Whoota lookout. The views are unrivaled. The lookout is accessible by car (4WD recommended), and you can see vast stretches of eucalypt forest, Wallis Lake as well as 100kms of coastline.

Read More

Wallingat National Park

Swap out the beach for the bush on a visit to Wallingat National Park. Here you’ll find a varied landscape between forest and swap land, which makes for great hikes, 4WD trails, picnic spots and plenty of opportunities to see birdlife and other wildlife in the area. If your looking for an on-foot adventure then there’s three different walking tracks to choose from, but the Cabbage Palm loop track, which will take 45minutes to an and hour and half to complete the 1.7kms is our pick. The track is dominated by the striking cabbage tree palms as well as varieties of gum trees. It’s home to 200 species of birds including glossy black cockatoos and king parrots. Remember to bring water and sunscreen!

Read More

Visit Booti Booti National Park

Encompassing scenic headlands, exquisite beaches, rejuvenating rainforest, and an 11km stretch of estuarine foreshore, there’s plenty to explore in Booti Booti National Park. The park derives its name from the local Worimi Aboriginal term “butibuti,” symbolizing a plentiful supply of honey. Whether you choose to swim at the famous Elizabeth Beach, or bring a picnic to enjoy with friends and family, perhaps you might take on one of the hikes throughout the park, whatever option you prefer, a visit to Booti Booti is a must.

Read More

Booti Hill and Wallis Lake Walking Track

Starting from the Ruins Campground this 7.3km loop trail takes you past both the ocean and the shores of Lake Wallis. There are plenty of opportunities to take a dip, so be sure to take your swimmers and make a day of it. The walk begins on Seven Mile Beach and heads up the northern side of Booti Hill before emerging onto the ridge-crest. You might be luck enough to spot whales from this point during the migration season. Carry on towards Elizabeth Beach where you can stop for a swim, picnic or BBQ. The trail then branches west, crosses The Lakes Way and follows the shore of Wallis Lake for the remaining 3.5km.

Read More

Yoga Cove

Yoga Cove is all about creating an accessible yoga practice for everyone. The intention is to share this wisdom with our community fostering holistic well-being. The light filled studio is the perfect sanctuary to connect with your mind, body and spirit. The space fits 6 students creating an intimate, welcoming, and safe space for all. Yoga Cove invites you to join us on the mat, whether you’re a beginner or experienced. Classes: Vinyasa Yin Mindful Flow Group Sessions

Palms Pilates

Palms Pilates classes are open to men, women, seniors, those with injuries, pre & postal clients, pilates pros’ or very first timers, we are an exclusive space who welcome all. The studio has 4 reformer beds making each group class a semi private session, semi private classes at the same price as a larger group setting! Smaller classes provide each client with more attention and a personalised approach. Meet Sam Sam is a certified mat and reformer pilates instructor. Sam is experienced training clients from beginners to advanced. She furthered her studies for Pre and Post Natal care. She also has experience working with men, seniors and those with or returning from injury. Her approach is very personalised and tailored to each clients needs and goals. Sam is a Palms local and mother two energetic boys, she loves the community and looks forward to welcoming you to the studio.

Boomerang Massage

Treatment options With a choice of organic almond or avocado oil. Remedial Massage Includes using specialised massage techniques to manipulate soft tissues of the body to help release muscular tension. Pregnancy Massage Includes a custom made pregnancy bed where mum can lay comfortably on her tummy throughout the massage. Side-laying massage is also available. Full body massage Includes a flowing full body massage from top to toe. Whether it is to ease muscular discomfort or just a little bit of nurturing, massage is a great way to unwind, rest and repair. Holistic sculptural facial massage Includes skin cleansing prior to the facial massage and the treatment consists of a broad range of sculptural facial massage techniques. Organic avocado oil is applied before the first facial massage The treatment is concluded with hand and foot massage. Shiatsu Includes a therapeutic therapy that aims to restore the balance of energy through meridians in order to promote health and strengthen the body’s healing abilities. Shiatsu is done on a padded futon on the floor and clients remain fully clothed. Pressure can be gentle or firm. Shiatsu and acupressure facial Includes a full shiatsu treatment and incorporates acupressure points on the face. The aim is to unblock meridian through putting pressure on specific points on the face. This may help the blood circulation reach different parts of your facial muscles, thus restoring vitality to each and every part of the face and the other vital organs. Pricelist 1 hour $120 11/2 hours $160 Mobile treatments We come to your home and bring everything we need to provide a relaxing experience in the comfort of your home. We require a minimum of two clients for mobile visits. Pregnancy massage is also available for mobile massage. Pricelist Mobile Treatment 1 hour  $150 11/2 hours $200 The travel surcharge for Forster appointments $40

Blueys Beach Natural Health Center

Nestled in the heart of Blueys Beach Village is a beautiful sanctuary of relaxation and wellness. With Yoga, Qigong, and Pilates in the Buddha Garden, you begin your day grounded shaking off the worries of your busy life. ​Community Meditation Evenings send you into an hour of mindfulness with Singing Bowls and Moving Meditation, waking to candlelight and starlit night, as you drift home ready for sleep. Services include: massage, facials, mind-body healing, naturopathic Chinese medicine, acupressure treatments, mini-retreats & spa packages, infrared sauna, and spa.