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Blueys Beach is a beach and locality in the Pacific Palms area of New South Wales, Australia. The beach extends for 900 metres (3,000 ft) south before it hits the head. The beach is backed by 216 metres (709 ft) of hilly slopes filled with vegetation. It is a popular tourist attraction, attracting thousands each year. Although un-patrolled, few drownings have been recorded at the beach. High swells and rough surf are common at times. There are also two other beaches nearby such as Boomerang Beach, New South Wales and Elizabeth Beach, New South Wales.