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Exploring Port Macquarie

The thriving city of Port Macquarie is the fastest-growing of all New South Wales cities and towns, and is set along the coastline, 390 kilometres from Sydney. Divided by the Hastings River, the city draws visitors to its famous Billabong Koala Park as well as to enjoy the sight of koalas sharing their original habitation with incoming humans. Port Macquarie is also a popular destination for retirees looking to spend time on the beaches and waterways from their new homes in the waterside residential suburbs stretching from the north shore to Lighthouse Beach.

Accommodation in Port Macquarie

There is a range of options for all travelers. The most popular accommodation in Port Macquarie is the Little Palm Cabins, which has been booked 5 times from our verified guests. Our guests also highly recommended SUNNY-DAZE - BONNY HILLS in Port Macquarie as it has been reserved 5 times.

Sightseeing in Port Macquarie

- Douglas Vale Historic Homestead & Vineyard

Classified by the Australian National Trust, Douglas Vale was one of the earliest vineyards in the region and was famous for its wines between 1867 and 1918. Visitors can tour the acres of vines and the remaining areas of formal gardens.

- Billabong Koala Wildlife Park

Everyone’s favourite attraction here is the Koala Park, with its huge number of protected koalas which are well-used to admiration and petting by visitors. Kangaroos and spider monkeys are kept in the park as well as reptiles, wombats, wallabies, and many more indigenous species. The park boasts Australia’s best-known koala breeding centre and makes for a great day out for families.

Transportation in Port Macquarie

Getting to Port Macquarie is easy by car, long-distance bus, ferry, or by air to the city’s small airport. Self-drive from Sydney makes use of a scenic route along the coastline and is the most convenient way to tour the Hunter Valley. Coastal walks link many of the city districts, cycling is encouraged, and shuttle buses link the shopping areas, the beaches, and many of the attractions. Two ferries run to nearby points of beauty along the coast.

Port Macquarie travel guides

Port Macquarie Travel Guides