Address: 1 Stewart Street, Port Macquarie, New South Wales, 2444, Australia | 3 star motel
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This 3 star motel, located on 1 Stewart Street, Port Macquarie, is near Koala Hospital, Port Macquarie Cruise Adventures, and Port Macquarie Golf Cub.
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      Travel Blogs from Port Macquarie

      Port Macquarie Area

      A travel blog entry by hyndsite on Dec 22, 2014

      2 comments, 33 photos

      ... area and my first thought was if someone got into trouble here they would not stand much of a chance of survival because of it's isolation from the mainstream swimmers. The second location was Town Beach which is obviously a favourite for a lot of the population as it also has parks with play equipment for the children and a skate-park for the older kids. Once again not a great amount of sand area and close to the heads that lead into the Hastings River.
      Once again ...

      Sydney - Port Macquarie - Byron Bay

      A travel blog entry by beaky on Oct 02, 2014

      ... things left to do. But move on we must, so move on we did.

      We got the train to the airport to pick up the car, this time we didn’t go for any upgrades as we wanted cheap and basic. What we got was a Toyota Pulsar, a real grandad car if ever there was one. Even the browny grey screamed ‘old man’. Well more whispered it a few times, getting louder each time until it was finally heard. But enough about the car…


      Sightseeing at Port Macquarie

      A travel blog entry by vickiandpaul on Jul 15, 2014

      12 photos

      ... from children, and some were eulogies to dear friends or departed family members. It was touching to view and read them, and the best part was that none of the rocks was vandalised nor had inappropriate inscriptions, but were obviously respected for the message they told. We photographed a few to capture the range of emotions which had inspired people to share these commemorations.  We then went to the Glasshouse, a ...

      The Saga continues...

      A travel blog entry by luigisadventure on Apr 14, 2014

      ... day in which the clouds had decided to take a break from their simple life as drifters. The sea was very rough though and the lifeguards were having a time of making sure everyone was safe. I had been engrossed in my book so hadn’t taken notice. This proved to be the cause of some embarrassment for towards the end of our stay there I decided to take a walk into the sea to have a cheeky ****, as we all know we all do, let us not be bashful here. Upon entering the water a ...

      Feels like Cornwall, BUT sunny!!!!!

      A travel blog entry by cornishsal on Mar 05, 2014

      9 photos

      ... much felt as though I could be back in Cornwall with the beautiful beaches and rugged coastline, but the blazing sun reminded me that I definitely wasn't! There were a few cool shelters made out of drift wood all the way along the walk. They were only really big enough for one person to sit in, but I think they were made by people fishing off of the beach. The sea was quite rough and even the lagoon at Shelly Beach was getting a bit of ...