Stoney Park

Address: 16 Hacks Ferry Rd, Port Macquarie, New South Wales, 2441, Australia | Hotel
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This hotel is located on 16 Hacks Ferry Rd, Port Macquarie.
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        • Ski-in/Ski-out


        • Free High-Speed Internet
        • Wheelchair accessibility
        • Kitchenette
        • Free parking
        • Pets allowed


        • Kids activities or Babysitting

        TravelPod Member ReviewsStoney Park Port Macquarie

        Reviewed by hyndsite

        Nice, quiet and cheaper option for the Port Macquarie area.

        Reviewed Jan 16, 2015
        by (15 reviews) , Australia Flag of Australia

        Nice quiet park even though it is a water ski park as well, not too much noise from the boats. Nice level grass sites, however, does get flooded and boggy with heavy rain as we had over the past few days. At $27.00 per night a lot cheaper than the caravan parks in the town and long the coastline. Ablutions are good but need to be cleaned on a more regular basis, may have been the holiday period with staff on public holidays. 18km northwest of Port Macquarie and the only road linking them is the Pacific Highway, which over the school holidays becomes a gridlock. A trip that would normally take 10 minutes from the time we turned right onto the highway to reaching the Holiday Park took 45 to 60 minutes. Particularly heavy in the later afternoon.

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        TripAdvisor Reviews Stoney Park Port Macquarie

        4.00 of 5 stars Excellent

        Travel Blogs from Port Macquarie

        Off we go!

        A travel blog entry by dizzy2077 on Jun 02, 2015

        3 photos

        Finally finished packing - and probably packed twice as much as we would ever need! Handed the keys over to Jeanette and Steve and we know they will look after our home beautifully. We played our "Caravannin" CD nice and loud on the way out. I'm sure that Steve stood out the front for ...

        Day 11

        A travel blog entry by sonyaenkelmann on May 06, 2015

        ... Rainforest Centre where we did the 2km rainforest loop. It was quite a late lunch by the time we got back to the unit and it was a bit of rest time before we headed off for a sunset cruise on the Chinese Junk Ship. Was a gorgeous afternoon (a bit chilly when the sun started to go down) and a stunning sunset. It was dinner and home for a semi early ...

        Port Macquarie

        A travel blog entry by staceyandneil on Nov 05, 2014

        14 photos

        ... perfect, long and deserted.

        Arriving at Port Macquarie the weather had changed and we now had heavy rain coming in. We saw the views from the Light House however the wind had now picked up and it was uncomfortable to stay for long but the views were amazing looking down the coast. With heavy rain Stacey was reluctant to stay in a tent so instead we booked into a hostel. We also experienced ...

        Sydney - Port Macquarie - Byron Bay

        A travel blog entry by beaky on Oct 02, 2014

        ... golf club is set on Stewart Island in the middle of the river and had glorious views out across the river to the tree-lined banks. The food was decent and they did $10 lunch specials so we tucked into steak and prawn cutlets. Not bad. We were however the youngest people there by about 30 years. It was full of old men sharing a midday pint or playing the slots and old women having a gossip and playing cards. It was actually a nice change after ...

        Lookouts and Highways

        A travel blog entry by george_youssef on May 13, 2014

        8 photos

        ... but still a sunny and seemingly nice town. Applied Rule 1 in finding your way and followed a sign for parking, with long spots reserved exclusively for cars with trailers. So given the nature of the camper with the extended balcony, headed for it. The parking was mostly empty, but in the few spots reserved for trailers, there on each was a small beaten up rust box with a P plate on it. Had to negotiate an elaborate exit, meanwhile. Spat the dummy and drove off, ...