On the serene shore of Smiths Lake, Sandpiper Lake Side Units offer comfortable accommodation that is quietly nestled amongst the Australian bush.
At your door is the opportunity for sailing, swimming, waterskiing, fishing, kayaking/ canoeing, tennis and a stroll in wild coastal bushland, and just minutes away from surfing paradise at the beautiful Blueys Beach, Boomerang Beach and Elizabeth Beach.
Sandpiper offers lake side villa style units on the shore line of beautiful Smiths Lake. These 2 bedroom units sleep 4 to 6 people, have private patios, outdoor cooking facilities, generously appointed modern kitchens and open planned eating and a living areas with all the creature comforts of home. Also available are lake side two story 3 bed room townhouses that sleep 6 to 8 people comfortably.
Children play and get to know each other at Sandpiper, as there is an extensive grassy area by the safe and shallow lake shore. A boat ramp offers easy access to the water and the lake is especially popular among sailboarders, canoeist and paddle boarders alike. A tennis court is available free of charge. There are barbecues and tables nestled amongst the trees, right by the lake shore. Guests are asked to bring their own sheets, towels, toiletries and food, however, the on site managers, Don and Emmy, are on hand to make your stay as comfortable as possible. As resident managers, they have extensive local knowledge and are happy to lend a hand with friendly advice. In contrast to absentee landlords, they're always on hand to make your stay that much more, enjoyable and fun.
Laundry facilities are available within the complex. There are shops a few minutes from Sandpiper, restaurants within a short drive, and all the amenities and attractions of Forster/Tuncurry less than half an hour away. At Sandpiper concession rates apply out of School Holidays, with bargain packages through the calmer, cooler months. Nothing compares
Affordable accommodation a stones throw from a pristine lake. Views from your unit across water and dunes to the ocean. The sound of surf in the distance to lull you to sleep. Sunrise through the paperbark trees, with pelicans gliding by. Days full of outdoor adventure that you won't forget.
Sandpiper on Smiths Lake, 113 Patsys Flat Road, Smiths Lake, Pacific Palms is around 3 hours north of Sydney and 2 hours north of Newcastle. Pacific Palms is in the Great Lakes Region of the NSW Holiday Coast area and enjoys a temperate climate all year round.
This area is one of the most popular holiday destinations in the mid-north coast. To reach the perfect holiday destination of Smiths Lake, Pacific Palms. From Sydney take the F3 Freeway to Hexham and then the Pacific Highway to Bulahdelah. Most of the drive is dual carriageway and is being constantly upgraded.
From Bulahdelah take the Lakes Way turnoff and in less than 40 minutes you will arrive at Sandpiper on Smiths Lake. Sandpiper on Smiths Lake, Pacific Palms.....right on the water's edge, on Patsy's Flat Road.
Attractions in the Pacific Palms area are many and varied. Forster & Tuncurry offer cafes, restaurants, cinemas, ten-pin bowling, an aquatic centre, fun parks and excellent shopping.
The Pacific Palms area is proud of its Wallis Lake oysters and local fish. Take a boat cruise on Wallis Lake or a dolphin cruise out through the river mouth to the open sea. Visit Seal Rocks and the lighthouse. Watch the sun set at the Green Cathedral at Tiona. You can play lawn bowls at Smiths Lake and there's a nine-hole golf course at Celito, less than ten minutes drive from Sandpiper.
Walk in the Booti Booti National Park and Wallingat State Forest. Cellito has a nine-hole golf course which is less than ten minutes drive from Sandpiper on Smiths Lake. It is only minutes from Smiths Lake to the wonderful Pacific Palms ocean beaches of Blueys, Boomerang and Elizabeth, as well as Shelly Beach, a favourite for the naturalists.
The Pacific Palms area is renowned for its bird-life and at Sandpiper on Smiths Lake you will see many species including pelicans and sandpipers. But why leave Smiths Lake? From Sandpiper you can sail or paddle across the lake to Sandbar and Cellito Beaches where you can usually have the waves to yourself.