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Pacific Palms
New South Wales
Population: 673
Postcode: 2428
Location:
LGA: Mid-Coast Council
State District: Myall Lakes
Federal Division: Division of Paterson

Pacific Palms is small coastal township in the Mid North Coast region of New South Wales, Australia, in the Mid-Coast Council local government area.

The locality is bounded by Smiths Lake to the south and the Booti Booti National Park to the north, and includes the suburbs of Smiths Lake, Blueys Beach, Elizabeth Beach and Boomerang Beach and Booti Booti. In 2006 the population was 673.

Pacific Palms' major industry is tourism, with the township attracting thousands of visitors every year. It is also the home to Booti Booti National Park, and some of NSW's premier surfing beaches, the most famous of which is the "Bulls Paddock" located on the south end of Seven Mile Beach.

A major attraction for visitors is the Green Cathedral at the north end of Pacific Palms. This outdoor Cathedral is nestled in a cabbage tree forest overlooking Wallis Lake.


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