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TravelPod Member ReviewsVacation Village Port Macquarie
Excellent, close to the Hastings river and 5 minutes to the town center. Huge units with full kitchen, pool with heated spa and rec rooms.
Loved it and will be back one day soon.
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We had a long drive to Port Macquarie from Deepwater. We drove through to Walcha and headed down the ranges that way towards Wauchope and then on to Port Macquarie. The drive down was stunning and some of the views were breathtaking. The only spoiler for us were a couple of idiots who passed us on motorbikes going around blind corners and also …
... we managed to stalk & get photos of 23 of the 50 koalas. To finish off our stay we did a sunset cruise of Hastings River on the Chinese Junk - this was a value for money cruise, we saw dolphins and an amazing sunset, you can buy fish and chips for dinner on the cruise and it's byo drinks ...
... alongside the fuel wharf. After a pleasant walk around town, visiting the convict built well and the historic centre of town we returned to the boat along the picturesque waterside path and then had an enjoyable meal at the local bowling club. And yes we all had good meals.
Tomorrow morning we have a 125 nm cruise to Yamba. Hopefully the winds and sea will stay ...
This morning we woke and went to have breakfast at Kenn and Julie's house which is about 150m from our rv. They live in a Lifestyle Village and we got a prim positon right next to the tennis courts and beside the heated indoor swimming pool!
We all had plans for our day; go to the beach, play tennis, swim in the pool or go to the surf. How are we going to fit it all in???!!!
... on what she was saying. After a quick swim in the pool we insisted we begin with some work. Chris got started on mowing the garden whilst I was tasked to begin painting her sons room. I’d never used a paint roller before that day and would it be immature of me to say I enjoyed myself quite a bit? After a huge dinner of bangers and mash we walked her dog with her – a little puppy called Summer and one of the most excitable dogs I have ever encountered, I mean this ...