Horizon Motor Lodge

Address: Hollingworth St (cnr William St), Port Macquarie, New South Wales, 2444, Australia | Motel
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This motel, located on Hollingworth St (cnr William St), Port Macquarie, is near Koala Hospital, Billabong Wildlife Park, Port Macquarie Cruise Adventures, and Port Macquarie Golf Cub.
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Port Macquarie

A travel blog entry by codie on Jan 31, 2015

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... 10 minutes. We spent a while looking for the Dolphins but the most we saw was a few Pelicans. They like to try and balance on lamp posts, which was quite amusing.

Stopped at the IGA on the way back and picked up some for for a few nights, then went back to the hostel. Moved beds as I found there went any plugs by the one we were on.
Sat in the living room area for a bit and watched the tv, they had a ps2 you could rent, but didn't fancy it.



A travel blog entry by dholmes on Jan 13, 2015

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... the Port Macquarie Historic Cemetery from 1824. The graves are so old and tell many stories from days gone by. Sad when you read the tombstones that tell of a woman dying just days after giving birth and then the baby soon after. The convicts are in unmarked graves. Onto a scenic drive to visit the old lighthouse at Tacking Point. It is the third oldest lighthouse in Australia. Then to Laurieton near Kew. The Indigenous story about ...

Sightseeing at Port Macquarie

A travel blog entry by vickiandpaul on Jul 15, 2014

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... building which serves as a tourist information centre, a local historical centre and live theatre venue. You can also wander underneath and view part of the original building foundations from yesteryear which had been unearthed during its construction, many years ago. It certainly is a beautiful building, even though the cost of its construction allegedly resulted in the sacking of the council! V: After coffee, we went home ...

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

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... done there!The next morning I headed out to begin my lovely long 6km walk taking my snorkel stuff with me as there is a lagoon on Shelly Beach which is supposed to be quite full of life - we'd actually spotted a small shark swimming around in it on our drive home the evening before. On Chris's advice I bypassed the lighthouse and took the shortcut straight to Miners Beach - I decided I could do the lighthouse walk the following day. ...