Aquabliss is a 3 bedroom, 2 bathroom beach house where you can relax and enjoy the tranquility of The Pacific Palms. It has sweeping views over Boomerang Beach and features a large, sun-drenched patio where you can barbeque and take in the beautiful surrondings. Much time can be spent on the balcony watching the dolphins and whales go by while sipping on a chilled glass of wine.The beach house is ideally situated on the headland just metres from Boomerang and Blueys Beaches, 2 very popular surfing spots. It is an easy stroll to the shops, cafes and restaurants.
Features include beach view lounge, dining and kitchen area opening onto a sundeck with BBQ, overlooking the surf and sand. It has 2 double bedrooms with queen size bed in one and double size bed in the other. The third bedroom has 2 single beds. There are 2 bathrooms one has bath/shower, toilet and the second bathroom has a shower and toilet.
It has a TV/DVD/sound system, rumpus room, laundry, lock up garage and a carport. The rumpus room has a pull out sofa bed. Linen and towels are not provided but can be hired from local businesses. It has an enclosed garden courtyard with outdoor shower.
Can accommodate up to 6 adults or up to 4 adults and 4 children or the perfect romantic getaway for you and that special someone.
This happy holiday home has it all - oustanding location, perfect north aspect, sun, sand and water views and just metres from sensational surfing on one of Australia's best beaches.
Two lounge rooms
Barbeque on beach view deck
Full size oven and cooktop
Iron and board
Private courtyard with outdoor shower
Indoor-Outdoor dining and entertaining
Non-smoking Beach House
No pets allowed
Location Right at Boomerang Beach nestled on the headland between Boomerang and Blueys Beach
Aquabliss is located on the headland between Boomerang and Blueys Beach and faces North looking up the coastal sands to Charlotte Head. It is a short stroll to the beaches, shops and cafes. A one minute drive to Elizabeth Beach and Wallis Lake and Shelly Beach for those who prefer to au-natural swim and sunbake. It is a 15 minute drive north to Forster where you can indulge in some retail therapy and experience the award wining restaurants.
The region referred to as Pacific Palms is defined by water and is a nature lover's paradise full of family friendly adventures and spectacular events. This beautiful part of the coast is a blend of perfect beaches, dazzling lakes, national parks, scenic outlooks, wide expanses of forest, great cafes serving wonderful coffees and many interesting places to shop and eat.
It is a 3 hour drive north of Sydney and a 1 and 1/2 hour drive south to Newcastle airport and train station.
Local Attractions and Activities
Specific Attractions include
Elizabeth & Shelly Beach
Situated at the northern end of Pacific Palms, Elizabeth Beach is the only patrolled beach in the area. Both beaches provide well protected swimming and at Shelley Beach clothing is optional so you are able to swim and sunbake au natural if that is your preference. The area is surrounded by Booti Booti National Park which offers sensational walking tracks and some of the best views in the region.
Pacific Palm's best surfing beach with rock ledges helping to form great waves. It plays host to surfing competitions and is a magnet for surfers. The beach is 'boomerang' shaped and is ideal for swimming with protection from prevailing winds at either end.
Alongside Boomerang Beach is Blueys Beach another perfect surfing and swimming beach.
It is situated between Wallis and Myall lakes and offers warm, calm waters separated from the ocean by a sandbar formation. It is an ideal place to swim, fish, kayak, sail or hire a boat and paddle around. Fishing boats and jet skis are also allowed.
Seal Rocks is a small, sleepy, isolated, fishing village with a magnificent view. It is a 10 minute drive south of Boomerang Beach.Tthere are beach options to suit all and the diving is sensational and is one of the few places to see grey nurse sharks. The Sugarloaf Point lighthouse is a short walk which provides breathtaking views.
Green Point is a small village on the edge of Wallis Lake midway between Forster and Pacific Palms. The landscape is dominated by sand dunes on 7 mile beach, Booti Booti National park and Wallis Lakes. Along the shoreline there are beautiful walks and an access point for boat and sailing enthusiasts.
Situated at the Northern tip of the Great Lakes, these twin towns are where Wallis Lake meets the ocean. The towns are surrounded by National Parks and headlands and long beaches. Activities include boating, fishing,diving,paddling,cruises and whale watching. It also provides a unique shopping experience plus many award winning restaurants.
Activities are endless diving, snorkelling, surfing, fishing, mountain biking, bushwalking, 4WD, golf, horse riding, whale and dolphin watching, kayaking quiet lakes as the sun sets or just relaxing on the property's north facing deck overlooking Boomerang beach with a chilled glass of wine. It is the perfect retreat.
Pacific Palms is famous for its surfing beaches and with so many beaches to choose from there is always a wave to catch. It is also home to some of the biggest surfing and life saving competitions in the State.
It is well renowned as a fishing haven for enthusiasts. You can plan to go on a deep sea charter, hire a boat or try your luck at the many beach and lake 'fishing spots'. Charlotte's Head is famous for its rock fishing and anglers camp out there to catch blue finned tuna and kingfish.
Other water activities include diving, boating paddling and whale and dolphin watching.
Pacific Palms has forest tracks and long stretches of beach perfect for 4WD exploring. Spend a day out on sandbar beach swimming, fishing and boating. As the sun begins to set light a fire and watch the pelicans feeding in the lakes while sipping on a cold champagne.
Bush & beach walks
Walking tracks and trails are suitable for all abilities from the challenging coastal walks to beautiful lakeside routes. There are incredible views of the varied landscapes. A must do is Whoota Whoota lookout in Wallingat National Park. From this vantage point you can see the great lakes and it's river systems plus a stunning view out to sea.
Cycling & mountain biking
There are plenty of rolling trails and challenging track and road rides to keep your heart racing and blood pumping.
Within Pacific Palms and the Great lakes there are quirky antique and home wares shops, art and craft galleries, surf shops and plenty of retail therapy opportunities.
There are plenty of markets around the area but a must do is the Pacific Palms market on The Lakes Way every last Sunday of the month. The markets showcase quality handmade, home grown and home baked products. The colourful stalls include jewellery, art, craft, clothes, candles, plants, vegetables and beautiful body products.
Wide range of superb restaurants but must experience a sunset by the lake at Pacific Palms Recreation Club where you can enjoy a dinner and a glass of wine.