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Boomerang Beach is a locality and beach in the township of Pacific Palms, New South Wales. It is home to many marine creatures such as whales and dolphins. Recreational activities include swimming, surfing, fishing as well as snorkelling. The beach is surrounded by Booti Booti National Park. The 1.45 km beach is backed by a large vegetation sandbank and residences overlook the beach. This beach is only patrolled in summer and, with a moderately hazardous surf, caution should be taken when participating in water activities. North Boomerang is typically favoured for surfing whereas South Boomerang is sparsely used.
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