Coastal Walk Path Miners Beach by Matt Cramer

Self-Guided Walks & Tours

Self-Guided Walks &…
Coastal Walk ending at Tacking Point Lighthouse by Matt Cramer

Port Macquarie's Historic Places

Port Macquarie's Historic Places self-guided tour (drive) will guide you around our significant historic sites. Click here to access the free izi.travel ap audio/phone guide. Or, if you'd prefer a leisurely stroll around our picturesque town centre dotted with fascinating heritage sites and info, click here for the Port Macquarie Heritage Walking Guide.

Glasshouse

Glasshouse

Our stunning Glasshouse features a world-class theatre, the Regional Gallery & Shop and other delightful spaces. A must-visit for lovers of music, art and architecture! Do your own self-guided tour of the building with the free izi.travel ap. Click here.

Self-guided tour

PMQ Museum

Port Macquarie Museum

You've got to love a Museum which is housed in history! A visit to Port Macquarie Museum is a fascinating look back in time with a focus on our European settlement and convict past. And as one of Australia's earliest penal colonies, we've got quite a story to tell! Click here for the free izi.travel ap, for a self-guided audio tour.

Self-guided tour

Coastal Walk Path Miners Beach by Matt Cramer

Port Macquarie's Coastal Walk

Port Macquarie's Coastal Walk is one of the most spectacular walks in Australia. The Coastal Walk is a 9km track from Westport Park along the Hastings River and the coastline to Tacking Point Lighthouse. Along the way is stunning coastal scenery, historical sites and other points of interest. Check out the self-guided audio tour for a map and historical insights.

Self-guided tour

Kooloonbung Creek Walking Trail

Kooloonbung Creek Nature Reserve & Historic Cemetery

Kooloonbung Creek Nature Reserve & Historic Cemetery is a stunning nature boardwalk right in the heart of town (yet you feel like you're a million miles away). Click here for for the free izi.travel ap audio/phone guide. *PLEASE NOTE* Large sections of the Kooloonbung Creek timber boardwalk have been flood-damaged, and access is currently limited. We are expecting repairs to commence shortly, and access to be restored in early 2023.

Self-guided tour