fbpx
Skip to content Skip to main navigation Skip to footer

Latest News

Stay up to date with the latest news around the village

Become a Member or Friend of Pearl Beach

Whether you are a full-time resident, own a weekender or are a visitor who has fallen in love with our beautiful village we have a membership for you. Members are over 18 and ratepayers. Friends of Pearl Beach can be anyone who has an interest in our village.

The PBPA is volunteer-run and all proceeds go to the upkeep of our magnificent Community Hall.

Joining online now available. The cost is just $20 per financial year.

Welcome

Pearl Beach is a small coastal village situated approximately 40km due north of the Sydney CBD (92km by road), but separated from the city by Broken Bay and the Hawkesbury River.

The Pearl Beach Progress Association was established in 1929 and grew out of informal gatherings of residents to discuss local problems and community projects. Today the Pearl Beach Progress Association promotes the best interests of the village, protects and enhances our wonderful natural environment and manages the historic Memorial Community Hall.

What's On

There are many great activities happening daily in the village.

Become a Member

$20 per year

Membership is available to anyone who is 18 years of age or older and lives in Pearl Beach or is an owner of property in Pearl Beach, and the immediate families of such persons. We also have a friends of PBPA membership for other valued members of our community.

Join Now

The Pearl Beach Gem

Stay up to date with the local goings-on in the village and surrounds. Published quarterly by the Pearl Beach Progress Association.

Videos

A collection of videos about Pearl Beach.

Upcoming Meetings

More Events

Minutes

More Documents

Directory

More Listings

About PBPA

The Pearl Beach Progress Association was established in 1929 and grew out of informal gatherings of residents to discuss local problems and community projects. Today the Pearl Beach Progress Association promotes the best interests of the village, protects and enhances our wonderful natural environment and manages the historic Memorial Community Hall.

Back to top