Port Macquarie Area Attractions

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  1. Willi Willi National Park

    A scenic drive from Wauchope brings you to beautiful Willi Willi National Park, where lush rainforest, waterfalls and relaxing picnics await you.Willi Willi National Park forms an extensive mountain...

  2. Laurieton Track

    Laurieton track is a challenging walk on a rough trail, perfect for the intrepid adventurer. It’s easily accessible, quickly transporting you from the bustle of life in Laurieton and Port Macquarie to the serenity of...

  3. Boorganna Nature Reserve

    At Boorganna Nature Reserve, near Comboyne Village, you can go bushwalking through rainforest, birdwatch, picnic, see scenic views and waterfalls all while learning more about local Aboriginal history...

  4. Innes Ruins

    Innes Ruins is an important remnant of early settlement days on the north coast of NSW. Built by Major Archibald Clunes Innes, it contains rich history about the settlement of NSW, convict labour and the culture of...

  5. Cedar Creek Goldfield

    Cedar Creek Goldfield is now operational! With a gold stream fed by their very unique wooden waterwheel you can spend as much time as you want panning for gold. Experience what it was like during the gold rush as a...

  6. Perch Hole picnic area

    Pack a picnic lunch and enjoy a relaxing day by the water at Perch Hole picnic area.People come from miles around to take in this beautiful setting, where you can also enjoy fishing, kayaking, canoeing and...

  7. Emerald Downs Golf Course

    Emerald Downs Golf Course is an 18 hole, privately owned, public Golf Course that is easily accessible to social golfers, social groups and visitors to the Hastings area. Emerald Downs Golf Course is open...

  8. Botanic Walk

    Botanic walk is a great way to discover the Gondwana Rainforests of Australia. You can learn the names of some unique trees and ferns on this short stroll across the Wilson River from the picnic area. Designed to...

  9. Blackbutt Picnic Area

    Located near the northern end of Crowdy Bay National Park, just down from Dunbogan Beach, Blackbutt picnic area is a place full of surprises.Enter through a maze of sentry-like blackbutt and clumping banksia...

  10. Queens Lake picnic area

    Be warned; once discovered, you might not want to leave the natural beauty of Queens Lake picnic area, just a short drive south of Port Macquarie. Nestled amongst towering eucalypts and lush rainforest, this idyllic...

  11. Vasnas Designs

    Vasnas Designs is a unique retail boutique specialising in handmade, natural and individual. Inside you will find art, clothing, jewellery, gifts and textiles.Works from local artists and artisans are...

  12. Rainbow Beach

    Rainbow Beach trends south-south west for 2.5 kilometres from the dolerite rocks at Middle Rock Point to the sedimentary rocks at Bonny Hills, The beach is backed by a fore dune, then two kilometres long Duchess Gully...

  13. Mount Boss State Forest

    Only a short drive from Wauchope, Mount Boss State Forest is the local's secret spot!Cobrabald visitor areas offer two separate camping areas. Wild Bull is the larger of the two, with barbecue...

  14. Geebung Picnic Area

    Nestled into the dunes, Geebung picnic area is a perfect beachside spot just north of popular Diamond Head campground, in Crowdy Bay National Park. Only a short stroll to the white crescent sands of Dunbogan Beach,...

  15. Ultragrafik Fine Art Gallery

    Ultragrafik is an Art Gallery with a difference, located in the heart of Port Macquarie. Ultragrafik offers a distinctive display of visionary and imaginative original art, limited edition signed prints, unique gift...

  16. Port Macquarie Coastal Walk

    Take in the unique location of Sea Acres National Park along the coastal walk; the south end of the walk is one of the few places on the east coast where the forest meets the foam.You can start the walk at...

  17. St Thomas Anglican Church

    During your visit to Port Macquarie you will be drawn to St Thomas' Church. One of Port Macquarie's most historic buildings, the St Thomas' Church dominates the landscape by land and river, as it did in early times...

  18. Middle Brother National Park

    Created to protect two of the largest blackbutt trees in NSW, Middle Brother National Park offers places to picnic, easy walks, birddwatching, and scenic lookouts.Tall, stately, magnificent forest, with...

  19. Wilson River picnic area

    Deep in the forest of Willi Willi National Park, Wilson River picnic area is a great base to explore much of what this park has to offer. There’s a choice of three scenic walking tracks, through sub-tropical and warm...

  20. Saltwater Wine Surf Centre

    Saltwater Wine Surf Centre are the New South Wales' Mid North Coast's original surf shops! Founded in Forster in 1975 by legend surfboard shaper, Bob Brown, they now have three stores - Port Macquarie,...

  21. Roto House

    Take a journey back in time with a self-guided or guided tour of Historic Roto House and discover one of the very few remaining nineteenth century buildings in Port Macquarie.From the moment you pass the...

  22. Perpendicular Point

    The majestic Perpendicular Point with its spectacular vertical cliffs plummeting 40 metres to the sea below, is the main feature of Kattang Nature Reserve. This reserve is surrounded by rock platforms, with the Camden...

  23. Port Central Shopping Centre

    Port Central Shopping Centre – In the heart of Port Macquarie CBD. Port Central is open seven days a week and with Target, Ritchies Supa IGA and over 55 specialties stores, over 850 parking spaces and free wifi...

  24. Port Macquarie Panthers

    Overlooking the pristine waters of the Hastings River, just minutes from some of Australia’s most beautiful beaches and just a short stroll from the town centre, Port Macquarie Panthers is Your club – your place to...

  25. Rawson Falls Walk

    While in Boorganna Nature Reserve, be sure to take the trip out along Rawson Falls walk, which you can follow all the way down to the very base of the waterfall, with its deep, tranquil plunge pool at the bottom...

  26. Cheesetree picnic area

    Close to Crowdy Bay National Park’s northern entrance, this grassy, wind-sheltered nook is nestled behind the dunes and offers plenty of space for the kids to run around. Only a short drive from Port Macquarie,...

  27. Kendall Tennis Club

    Kendall Tennis club is one of Australia's most awarded tennis clubs. With three new hard courts to complement the three synthetic grass the club can enjoy six courts for its 300 members. They have Paralympian and...

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Attractions in Port Macquarie

Port Macquarie is a diverse region packed with myriad attractions from Kendall to North Haven and Wauchope to Laurieton. Take a drive around the area and you’ll find this is a place where touring routes become cultural adventures; gentle drives twist through natural reserves filled with Aboriginal heritage.

Greater Port Macquarie is home to four national parks and 26 state forests offering picturesque drives, scenic lookouts, bushwalks and waterfalls. It is also the perfect playground for adventure seekers who enjoy kayaking, 4WDing, horseriding, paragliding, paddle boarding, water skiing and cycling.

Visit the Port Macquarie Horse Riding Centre situated at Cassegrain Wines where the trail rides run through the vines, picnic grounds, bushland and manicured gardens. Dunbogan Boatshed offers paddle boarding and kayak hire along the calm and beautiful Camden Haven River, just a 25-minute drive south of Port Macquarie. The safe and serene waterways feature fishing villages, dolphins and pelicans.