About Pearl Beach.
Pearl Beach is a tiny National Trust village where life with all its
charm and friendliness has been preserved. Surrounded by Brisbane Water National Park, the
lush green canopy sweeps down to the ocean and the golden curve of one of New South Wales'
prettiest beaches, an exceptional duet of coast and country.
Just to wander the tree-shaded streets of the 'olde worlde'
village is a delight. There's a distinct sense that time has stood still and a piece of
history has been preserved.
For the energetic a walk up to the waterfall or through the National Park
to Patonga is scenically very inspiring - for those for whom the very thought of such
exertion induces a cold sweat, a stroll through the Arboretum is much more sedate and there
are labels for the Botanica Illiterati.
There is also a salt water pool, a bowling green and public tennis
courts, but if your idea of a weekly work-out is reading the Sunday papers, then an amble
down to the beach café would reward you with breakfast overlooking the Pacific.
A licensed restaurant sits on the edge of the sand and a general store
stocks everything from fresh vegies to birthday cards and is a must for freshly baked bread
A sleepy fishing village
surrounded by bushland abounding in flora and fauna. The creek offers fishing, water sports
and a wonderful vista of unspoilt beauty. The 'corner shop' provides last minute shopping
and you can't beat 'fish & chips ' from the famous Patonga Fish & Chip shop.