Did you know that a visit to Port Macquarie will visibly reduce signs of ageing within 1-5 days?*
*Results based on spurious claims from the fictional ‘Institute de Beautay’
The Port Macquarie region covers over 3,600 kms of diverse coastal and hinterland goodness. Venture inland for country drives leading to friendly farm gates, luxuriously long lunches with views for miles, pubs where you can still hitch a horse and charming villages where you can fossick for the perfect gift. Follow the coast south of the CBD to Lake Cathie, Bonny Hills and the beautiful Camden Haven. Surf or SUP your way to brekkie by the beach, walk up North Brother Mountain and be rewarded by the best view on the East Coast, or switch off and make it green time, not screen time!
Port Macquarie is a vibrant coastal town located on the mid-north coast of New South Wales, Australia. With a population of around 85,000 people, it is the perfect destination for those seeking a laid-back lifestyle, stunning beaches, and a range of outdoor activities. The town is situated at the mouth of the Hastings River and is surrounded by lush forests and picturesque hinterland.
Visitors to Port Macquarie can enjoy a variety of activities, including swimming, surfing, hiking, fishing, and boating. The town is also home to a number of cultural attractions, such as the Port Macquarie Museum, the Glasshouse Regional Gallery, Sea Acres Rainforest Centre, and the Koala Hospital.
In addition to its natural beauty and cultural offerings, Port Macquarie is renowned for its excellent dining scene. Visitors can choose from a range of restaurants, cafes, and bars, serving up everything from fresh seafood to locally grown produce.
Whether you're seeking adventure, relaxation, or a bit of both, Port Macquarie has something for everyone. So why not discover this beautiful coastal town for yourself?