Crommelin Native Arboretum at Pearl Beach is a native bushland area of 5.5 hectares
The Pearl Beach Arboretum is a flora and fauna sanctuary on the Central Coast of Australia, located at the western end of Crystal Avenue, Pearl Beach.
Our native bushland is open to the public, with accessible pathways, cottage for hire and parking for several cars. It's open to the public to explore, relax, have a picnic, read a book, or spot native wildlife. The Arboretum is the perfect place for a relatively level 20 minute meander through the bush.
As a protected sanctuary for Australian wildlife (this is why no dogs, no bikes, and no drones are permitted in the Arboretum), you’ll notice the bush is alive with the sound of its residents. Spot regular species including:
We want both people and local wildlife to visit our unique sanctuary and feel safe, calm and connected to nature. Our Committee invite you to escape the city and surround yourself with Australian flora and fauna.