Palms is a beautifully modernised beach house nestled among extensive mature palm trees in a tropical garden setting.
Accommodation comprises; Five bedrooms four in main house one in a garden studio 15 steps away - 1 split bunk studio 2 queen, 2 doubles. Two lounges one for the adults and one for the kids, two bathrooms, separate laundry and a modern fully equipped kitchen. Two Tvs and DVD players one set up in the master bedroom as an adults retreat.
The gardens and decks offer a variety of relaxing locations hammocks are provided on two of the four deck areas.
At night the sound of the ocean will rock you to sleep.
Beach and Coastal living
Palms is located two minutes stroll from one of the safest surfing and swimming beaches on the Coffs Coast, three beaches and two headlands make up the coastline.
While at the beach soak up the diverse natural habitat, enjoy the views of the Solitary Islands, search in the low tide rock pools, look for hidden coves on Bare Bluff Headland, spot humpback whales migrating along the coast, shell collecting, beach combing or see pods of dolphins frolicking in the waves...you are in the Solitary Island Marine Reserve Park.
The Coastal Village of Sandy Beach has its own general store and cafe, so you don't have to miss out on your daily cappucino and the kids can get some lunch straight off the beach.
Out and about
The Coffs Coast is famous for its great weather beautiful beaches and an array of festivals and events happening all year round.
The Town of Woolgoolga, only 5 minutes away boasts a good selection of resurtants, cafes and shops, supermarkets, doctors, dentists etc.
The famous Big Banana is situated on the Pacific Highway just north of Coffs Harbour only 15 minutes from Sandy beach. Families visit for the ice skating, toboggan rides, the puppet people, water park, world of bananas, souvenirs & café shop and fully functioning Candy Shop.
Have your photo taken shaking hands with Dolphins or pat and play ball with them before or after a show, or be kissed by a seal at Coffs Harbours famous Pet Porpoise Pool. Marine shows run daily.
If you're a water enthusiast the Solitary Island Marine Reserve has everything; diving, snorkelling, swimming, surfing, beach walking, whale watching, bird watching, fishing and boating is a must for all visitors.
A short drive away is the Dorrigo National Park and World Heritage Rainforests and Skywalk for a great day out. You can picnic with the brush turkeys at The Glade visit the Dorrigo Rainforest Centre and Canopy Cafe or try the unique waterfall tracks in one of Australia's most accessible World Heritage areas, your camera is a must
Other tourist activities including deep sea fishing, whale and dolphin watching, white water rafting, canoeing and bush walking