Pacific Palms Resort is situated between Wallis Lake and the Pacific Ocean, approximately 20km south of Forster/Tuncurry. The resort offers an extensive activities program along with facilities including a swimming pool, spa, sauna, gymnasium, tennis, plenty of walking trails, barbecue and a playground. The newly refurbished self-contained villas with balcony are air-conditioned and feature all facilities needed for a relaxing and comfortable holiday.
Only three hours from Sydney but a world away, The Great Lakes is NSW's water playground with 145 kilometres of stunning coastline and glittering mosaic of crystal-clear inland waterways based around the impressive Wallis, Smiths and Myall lakes networks. Deep green forests abound with limitless opportunities to explore hidden coastal and hinterland jewels.
Throughout the region you will discover breathtaking scenery and celebrate fabulous sunsets where you can immerse yourself in nature's varied moods, from wide expanses of sub-tropical forests to the tranquillity of a deserted beach at sunrise.
Secluded bays, exciting surf beaches, stunning coastal scenery and historic hinterland combine to make the Great Lakes the perfect destination.
There is no shortage of activities catering for all ages. Amusement parks, cinemas, unique shopping, clubs, fine dining, golf courses, sailing, kayaking, swimming, fishing, diving, markets and numerous events are but a few of the opportunities that await the visitor.
The region has all you will need to create memories that will last a lifetime.
Beyond the coast a lush green region rich in history, agriculture and country atmosphere awaits you in the Great Lakes Hinterland. Cafes, country markets, fascinating flora and fauna all blend rolling green fields and forests of flooded gums.
Nestled on the banks of the Myall River, at the foot of Alum Mountain, you will find Bulahdelah. The heart of The Great Lakes Hinterland is the perfect base to refresh your spirit and explore the many small villages spread throughout the region.
Journey along Thunderbolts Way and you will discover a unique town full of history. Stroud was planned by the Australian Agricultural Company in 1824 and overlooks the picturesque Stroud Valley. It has over 30 heritage buildings creating an irresistible mix of country charm, modern cafe culture and history.
Throughout the Hinterland you will discover a landscape full of natural experiences, secret boutique wineries, quirky antique shops, fresh farm produce and country hospitality.
Beach life is a national obsession and nowhere is this truer than in The Great Lakes. Literally dozens of dazzling white sandy beaches await visitors. With so many to choose from the possibilities are endless - secluded bays for pure peace and relaxation; famous surfing spots for the beginner and experienced rider; protected areas with all the necessary amenities for safe family fun.
For those looking for something more energetic, you'll find more beach-based activities than you'll ever be able to fit into just one holiday!
An excellent array of golf courses await you, whatever your handicap. Select from 18-hole Championship courses, courses on the coast, courses in natural bushland, driving ranges and lakes that are magnets for golf balls.
Check out the fabulous ocean fishing and surfing at Sandbar Beach and a boardwalk entrance through rainforest onto Cellito Beach.
However, there is much more to the area than its spectacular lakes. Located on the ocean side is the Myall Coastal wilderness, which stretches all the way from Hawks Nest to Seal Rocks with 50km of sparkling beach.
Also within the 50,000 hectare park are rugged headlands, towering mobile sand dunes, an estuarine river, parts of Port Stephens itself and offshore islands.
With award winning service, newly refurbished villas and facilities and a friendliness that allows you to relax and enjoy this idyllic location, come and spoil yourself in the resort's perfect holiday environment.