Pearl Beach is unique. A national trust-listed village, quaint
old holiday cottages share space here with modern beach house
architecture. Made exclusive by its one road in access, Pearl
Beach has achieved some notoriety as a retreat for actors, writers
and other creative types drawn by its natural beauty. Yet Pearl
Beach is just 75 minutes north of Sydney.
Lying on the central coast of New
South Wales, Pearl Beach occupies a blue and gold ribbon of coastline
between Patonga to the south and Umina and Ettalong to the north.
Surrounded by Brisbane Water National Park, visitors to Pearl
Beach are captivated as much by the bushland meets rainforest
ambience as the serene waterfront. Near the entrance to placid
Brisbane Water, its angled aspect creates a calm haven from the
full force of the Pacific Ocean.