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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. Re-creational 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 by many.