Hastings Valley Motel

Address: 64 Burrawan Street, Port Macquarie, New South Wales, 2444, Australia | Motel
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This motel, located on 64 Burrawan 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

From one beach town to the next

A travel blog entry by cnudo on Mar 09, 2015

1 comment, 5 photos

... on a budget, his parents would send him litres of homemade olive oil because he simply could not use anything else. He was an interesting breed.

Our time at Coffs felt short, especially because so many people were long term, and working on farms in the area. We did however meet some great people that would later continue on the journey up the coast with us, adding to our Australian adventure. Next stop, Byron Bay to be one with the hippies!

Day 13 Coffs Harbour - Telegraph Point

A travel blog entry by robmauger on Jan 21, 2015

6 photos

... would be in these weather related circumstances. We pull into a beautiful country property at Telegraph Point just north of Port Macquarie. There are horses Max and Tully, Ziggy the dog, Tihs the cat (backward spelling) and a hard working Scott who is building a self contained tourist lodging to the side of the house. Maggie is in Sydney seeing her unwell Mum so Scott is looking after the animals. Beth is such an animals person and can't wait to feed the horses and ...

Small Towns, Big Impact.

A travel blog entry by agemofajourney on Oct 15, 2014

4 comments, 9 photos

... at one point the wind was so strong! We made it over to the far side of the little island and after a minute or so spotted our first whale. October-November is the perfect time of year to see humpbacks as they head back to the Antarctic, which is why I've been so lucky to see so many on my travels so far. And it never gets old for me. We spotted about 3 but it was fast getting cool as the sun was setting and the wind wasn't going to drop so we headed back to the hostel. It was ...

Easternmost Point of Mainland Australia

A travel blog entry by 5foxesontour on Jul 13, 2014

18 photos

... digs. There is plenty to look at, though the train through the banana trees is no longer in use.

We continued into the dark tonight, hoping to find a free camp in one of the parking bays, as stated in our camps book. But no, not one of them allowed camping, “No Camping” emblazoned upon entry to each bay!! Not sure if it is due to all of the road works going on, but it made it ...

The Saga continues...

A travel blog entry by luigisadventure on Apr 14, 2014

... day before. It was the trust that had been so willingly put upon us that was strange or perhaps that’s just because us British people find it unnatural when strangers are nice to us. Nevertheless we spent our time with a bottle of Port and a few episodes of Suits to entertain us. Port is an incredibly moreish drink and the bottle was soon drained. We fell into a deep sleep once we got into our beds, temporarily immobilised by the alcohol.

The next day was our last ...