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  1. 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 throughout the centre. Everyt…

  2. Port Fresh Seafoods

    Port Fresh Seafoods is a local family business passionate about providing fresh local seafood, so their customers may create memorable dining experiences at home. Visit them to see this fresh local seafood, sourced from local fishermen and …

  3. 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 children. It can be…

  4. The Westport Club

    The Westport Club is Port Macquarie’s favourite place to relax, wine and dine. The Westport Club encompasses several dining options including Hastings Coffee Co. and Bakery, Aqua Restaurant, Jimmy's Bar and Lounge as well as the popular W…

  5. 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, spend the day swimming, s…

  6. Town Beach Port Macquarie

    Town Beach is very popular in Port Macquarie owing to its location near the centre of town. It is a patrolled beach from September to April and has modern toilet and shower facilities with a car park running the length of the beach. The 6…

  7. Glasshouse Shop

    The Glasshouse Shop is home to exquisite glassware, handcrafted jewellery, corporate gifts or something for that extra special person in your life. Choose from individually designed ceramic objects, local produce or small homeware items. L…

  8. 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 Town Beach, winding along the co…

  9. 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 glimpses of the coast to the east, …

  10. 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 cards, and creative souv…

  11. Flynns Beach

    Flynns Beach, situated three kilometres south of Port Macquarie, is almost 500 metres long and nestled between a pair of rocky headlands to the north and south. It has good protection from westerly and southerly winds and suits learn-to-sur…

  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 tranquil charms of Queens Lake N…

  13. Kendall Tennis Club

    Kendall Tennis club is one of Australia's most awarded tennis clubs. With three new hard courts to complement a brand new clubhouse the club thrives with over 330 members annually. The club won Tennis Australia's AOBlitz Tennis power tow…

  14. 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 swimming in this large estuarine…

  15. Palm Grove Walk

    This easy walk takes about 30 minutes, and begins from the scenic Wilson River picnic area. You may be lucky to see spotted-tailed quolls and wallabies darting among the smooth barked blue gum trees. Trail markers and information boards als…

  16. 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 the 1800s. As an added bo…