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Pacific Palms Resort


New South Wales resort located amidst the Great Lakes

Located 300 kilometres north of Sydney in the Great Lakes district of New South Wales, the Pacific Palms Resort offers guests comfortable and affordable lodgings with easy access to many of the region’s favourite attractions.

Found in Elizabeth Beach, flanked by the Tasman Sea and Wallis Lake, the 3.5-star has a range of recreational features and services. Guests can expect a swimming pool with accompanying spa and sauna, as well as tennis courts, a gymnasium, games room (including pool, table tennis, and arcade games), children’s playground, and barbecue area. A number of activities are arranged by members of the resort team.

Each facility can be found within the landscaped resort gardens that feature a wide range of green foliage and picturesque pathways.

The resort features a number of apartments that include air-conditioning throughout, and a balcony from which to view the stunning natural views enveloping Pacific Palms. Rooms are also equipped with a private en-suite bathroom, ceiling fans, telephone, Cable TV with a DVD player, and a partial or full kitchen depending on the accommodation type. Guests can elect to self-cater or visit one of the restaurants within the area. Laundry services are available on site for a small fee.

Tourism around the Pacific Palms Resort focuses heavily on the coastline and the Great Lakes, each of which have a wide range of attractions.

The coast, which includes sandy beaches as well scenic coves, is an ideal location for those that enjoy a gentle stroll or a sunbathing session. It’s also a popular destination for joggers, due to its somewhat secluded atmosphere. The sea itself is suitable for the likes of surfing and kayaking.

Tours regularly head into the Tasman Sea for a spot of dolphin and whale watching, which is particularly successful during the later months of the year as these creatures migrate south. It’s also a good location for a spot of deep sea fishing. Seals Rock and the Sugarloaf Point Lighthouse are favoured attractions in the region.

The Great Lakes make for an ideal recreational spot. Guided tours are a great way to see the major features, including a vast wildlife, whilst there are also a number of walking/jogging routes that traverse the region. Mountain bikers are a regular sight in the area, thanks to the diverse terrain. Four wheel drive tours are also popular.

Other activities that can be found in this part of the New South Wales coast include tennis, golf, bowling, sandboarding and dune riding, and horse riding.

Activities do not remain on land though. On the waters, visitors often enjoy swimming, kayaking, fishing, snorkelling, wind-surfing and even boating. For those feeling particularly daring, the region is also known to provide skydiving services.

Guests can also enjoy the scenery provided by the regions forests and National Parks, of which there are many. When the activities get too much, because they won’t dry-up, there’s also a host of shopping and dining options within the Great Lakes district, before returning to the Pacific Palms Resort for a relaxing end to the day.

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