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Palm Lake Resort Yamba, Retirement Village, Yamba

1 Orion Drive Yamba, NSW, 2464

Property Overview


Accommodation Type Over 55s Development
Pet Policy Pet Policy Not Specified


Property Features


  • Bar (licensed)

Recreational Facilities

  • Art studio
  • BBQ area/s
  • Billiards room
  • Computer room
  • Craft studio
  • Gymnasium
  • Outdoor pool
  • Library
  • Meeting room
  • Spa (indoor, heated)
  • Tennis Court

About this Property

Palm Lake Resort Yamba

The Community

Welcome to one of Australia’s favourite coastal towns situated on the mighty Clarence River in the beautiful Northern Rivers of NSW.

We have it all, beautiful beaches, excellent  fishing , national parks, unique arts & crafts, delicious seafood  at award winning restaurants, cafes and seafood shops.

You can hire a Houseboat or have a day out on the River ferry, or maybe a round of Golf at the Yamba Golf and Country Club and for the Bowlers the Yamba Bowls Club.

Here at Palm Lake Resort Oyster Cove we have some beautiful pre-loved homes some with water views and some with water frontage.

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Palm Lake Resort

The Operator

Palm Lake Resorts are run by the family-owned company, Walter Elliott Holdings Pty Ltd based at Southport on the Gold Coast. The father and son team of Walter and Scott Elliott bring together over 30 years experience in managing manufactured home parks for the over 50’s, Retirement Resorts, Assisted Care and now Aged Care. They have built over 3000 homes spread across the entire eastern seaboard of Australia.

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