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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 …
... Australian security guards are much stricter. Chloe also got turned away for being too drunk. The Australians are also a lot stricter when it comes to drunk people on the town and all Chloe did was trip up, an act that wouldn’t even be noticed on a drunken night out in England, so alas our night out was scuppered. Colin went in whilst the 4 of us headed back to the hostel. Chloe and Sebastian went wandered off once we got back so me and Chris had a few games of pool and relaxed ...
... overnight storm, not the thrill of getting it replaced. Quickly on the phone to AAMI I explain we’re travelling through and not sure the best place to get it fixed, it’s then I discover I’m talking to someone in MANILA!! He has no idea what I’m on about, all he’s interested in is that I can get a hire car and when did the accident happen?? Seriously? After what seems like an eternity we finally get it ...
... pouch) every 2 hours!
The koala looks cute but beware, it is a wild animal and he has very strong claws with big nails! Best not make him mad!
However here we saw very nice ones enjoying the feeding, they seemed to love the formula milk given with a syringe!
A lovely visit and I have so much admiration for the volunteers!
... where one could go a lacarte for a swim. sitting in the wind swept grasses watching eagles sore and dive for dinner.
It also involved back at the campground (as described by wifee). "I don't believe what i just saw, a woman was making vegemite sangas and was making them directly on the bench top in the womens toilets...".
POINT PLOMER, we loved being here.