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Indulge in your surrounding space and enjoy an optimum lifestyle in a place like no other. Architecturally designed landscapes by renowned landscape architect Jackie Amos, will ensure you feel relaxed and at home amongst the natural surrounds and wildlife.

Pearl's ideal coastal location offers residents nothing but lifestyle choices.


Go diving off the stunning South Solitary Islands, launch your boat from Coffs Harbour Jetty or mountain bike along the state forest roads. Wonder through boutique shopping precincts, visit one of the many weekend markets, sample the excellent regional produce from the Nambucca Valley or taste the superb seafood at Coffs Harbour’s finest restaurants and cafes. 


With one visit to Pearl at Valla, you will instantly feel its' natural and native beauty. Just one visit will leave you with a lasting impression!


Coffs Harbour Golf Course

Experience a game of golf at the well-known Coffs Harbour Golf Course. Nestled between the mountains and the sea, the Golf Club is the regions premier golf course. Located minutes from the airport and in the heart of town, the green features a 27-hole championship golf course plus two additional courses all immaculately groomed. 


For more information, visit their website

Coffs Harbour Yacht Club

Known to the locals as the Coffs Yachtie, you’ll find one of the best waterfront locations in Coffs Harbour, where you can enjoy drinks with friends outdoors on the deck, or a meal in the restaurant. Locals and tourists alike enjoy the relaxed atmosphere and stunning water views at Coffs Harbour Yacht Club.


For more information, visit their website


Our Residents aim to share and enjoy the lifestyle at Pearl!


Some of their feedback about living at Pearl include:

  • Close location to beaches/national parks/amenities/airport
  • The land sizes are big enough to create your dream garden but small enough to maintain
  • The abundance of flora and fauna
  • The undulating site allows for multiple vistas
  • My children grow up with Australian wildlife in their backyard