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Where to Find Us

We invite Pearl Beach residents and visitors to experience the grand sense of peace the Arboretum's native flora and fauna offers you every, single day.


Visiting Crommelin Native Arboretum (Pearl Beach Arboretum) is free to the public. As a not-for-profit organisation, we want you to simply enjoy the many beautiful spaces throughout the Arboretum, and meet local wildlife as you explore the walking trails. All we ask in return is that you respect our non-smoking, dog-free, and no bike riding policy, take no souvenirs and leave only footprints in this special place.

At the Arboretum, we offer visitors:

  • Established, well-maintained pathways

  • Boardwalks and bridges

  • Road access and parking for a small number of cars on Crystal Avenue

  • Parking and footpath access at Pearl Beach Tennis Courts at the end of Opal Close

  • Cottage space available for small events and weddings, including one accessible toilet

You can easily view our physical location on the map below, or feel free to contact us directly for more information by completing the form on this page, and we will get back to you.


Due to recent bushfire threats and ongoing bushland preservation, smoking is strictly prohibited in the Arboretum.


Dogs are prohibited in our protected bushland area. Even when carried, dogs threaten wildlife – especially Koalas.

Where To Find Us

We are located at the western end of Crystal Avenue in Pearl Beach, on the Central Coast of New South Wales, Australia. The Arboretum site offers established pathways and boardwalks and parking for a small number of cars. 

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