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Directory Landmarks articles
Known as 'Lizzie's to the locals, this beautiful north facing beach is a Palms favourite
The Green Cathedral
The Green Cathedral is an outdoor church with natural wooden pews enclosed by a beautiful palm forest on the shores of Wallis Lake
Polblue Falls sits on the plateau of World Heritage-listed Barrington Tops National Park and is a short walk that offers views of one of the prettiest falls in the park
Seal Rocks is a quintessential Barrington Coast village surrounded by the greens of Myall Lakes National Park and blues of the Pacific Ocean.
Cellito Beach Rainforest Boardwalk
Take a stroll under the littoral forest canopy with the sound of crashing waves from nearby Cellito Beach
Basin Loop Track
Basin loop track continues from Hidden Treasure track to form a longer walk with scenic views of Copeland Tops State Conservation Area via historic Old Copeland Road.
Sharpes Creek Walk
Explore the dark and lush rainforest of the Barrington Tops along Sharpes Creek walking Track