Port Macquarie Area Attractions

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  1. 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,...

  2. Aqua Vitae Day Spa

    Aqua Vitae Day Spa is an exclusive oasis of serenity devoted to pure pampering. Located in Port Macquarie at the top of Gordon Street in the Five Star Complex, the modest facade opens into an Aladdin's cave of...

  3. Diamond Head Loop Walk

    Diamond Head loop walk is the ideal introduction to the splendour of Crowdy Bay National Park, near Port Macquarie. Starting at Diamond Head campground, you'll link up with Headland walking track and Forest walking...

  4. 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...

  5. 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...

  6. Pilot Beach

    A calm beach at the mouth of the beautiful Camden Haven River, Pilot Beach is situated between the two break walls, keeping it protected from large seas most of the time. It is the ideal beach for families with young...

  7. Metcalfes Walking Track

    This track is perfect for introducing the kids to the wonders of nature. They’ll love the chance to spot a koala or two along the way. Metcalfes walking track links Kylies Beach campground and Indian Head campground,...

  8. Port Fresh Seafoods

    Port Fresh Seafoods offer a wide variety of fresh seafood to many local customers and supply many local restaurants in Greater Port Macquarie. They can also prepare seafood platters for any special occasion with...

  9. Grants Beach

    Grants (North Haven) Beach is located on the north side of the Camden Haven River mouth. The southern end is protected by the break wall which offers great 'right handers' with a southerly swell. The beach is home to...

  10. Sea Acres Rainforest Boardwalk

    The Sea Acres Rainforest boardwalk is best experienced on a guided tour. An easy 1.3 kilometre walk through the rainforest canopy, you’ll see forest birds and animals.Many wonders of the rainforest reside...

  11. Port City Wave Bowl

    Experience great family fun at Port City Wave Bowl. Bumper Bowling is great for little kids. Just roll those brightly coloured balls down the ramp and away they go. They’re nice and light too...

  12. Queens Lake Nature Reserve

    A lakeside haven for koalas and wildlife, Queens Lake Nature Reserve is ideal for swimming, fishing, birdwatching, picnicking and boating, south of Port Macquarie.A little off the beaten track, discover the...

  13. Hello Koalas Sculpture Trail

    Hello Koalas Sculpture Trail encompasses more than 50 one metre high fibreglass koala sculptures, featuring original artist designs. Each sculpture is a unique artwork and is displayed over the Port Macquarie...

  14. Burrawan State Forest

    Burrawan State Forest is located on the New South Wales mid-north coast, near Wauchope and Port Macquarie. Burrawan State Forest is home to 'Old Bottlebutt', a grand and ancient Red Bloodwood (Corymbia gummifera) tree...

  15. Port Macquarie Museum

    Port Macquarie Museum showcases the best of Port Macquarie's history from its British settlement as a penal colony in 1821, through to the present day as a popular tourist resort town. The museum's...

  16. Lake Innes Nature Reserve

    At Lake Innes Nature Reserve, near Port Macquarie, visitors can enjoy cycling, fishing, birdwatching, swimming, kayaking and learning about NSW convict settlement history.Whether you’re an eager history...

  17. Glasshouse

    Located in the heart of Port Macquarie, the Glasshouse is home to a Theatre, Regional Gallery, Ross Family Studio, Visitor Information Centre, gift shop, conference and meeting facilities, heritage displays, cafe and...

  18. Lighthouse Beach

    Lighthouse Beach is seven kilometres south of Port Macquarie, and is a nine kilometre stretch of south-east facing sand heading to Lake Cathie. It is a favourite surf beach offering protection from the summer north...

  19. Sea Acres Rainforest Centre

    Sea Acres Rainforest Centre is an inspiring experience. Share the wonders of one of the largest remaining coastal rainforest reserves in New South Wales.Enjoy the tranquil beauty of the elevated,...

  20. Dooragan National Park

    Dooragan National Park near Port Macquarie features excellent trails and walks suiting all levels of fitness, possibilities for picnics, and even hang gliding. The scenic views from iconic North Brother summit are...

  21. 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...

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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.