East Port Motor Inn

Address: 56 Burrawan Street, Port Macquarie, New South Wales, 2444, Australia | Motel
 
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This motel, located on 56 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

      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…

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      Fish story

      A travel blog entry by davo53 on Aug 06, 2014

      Went fishing today over on Dunbogan beach, about 10 min walk from the park. The shore dump was pretty bad about 1- 1.5 meters, no sand bars. Caught 1 bream and found some pippies, free bait. Left the beach and fish the river at the park, caught another bream. Pretty good for me , a ...

      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

      ... whirred and a megaphone announced to the whole beach "if the gentleman on the far side of the sea would return to the beach immediately". I looked around and realised it must have been me he was addressing for there was no one near me for about 100 metres. I strained my throat like Deirdre from Coronation Street in a look of sheepishness and made my long walk of shame back to the sand. Chris greeted me with raucous laughter and I couldn’t help chuckle as well. Never will ...

      Feels like Cornwall, BUT sunny!!!!!

      A travel blog entry by cornishsal on Mar 05, 2014

      9 photos

      ... by both locals and tourists, mostly with "we were here" type messages but some were really artistic and it made the walk much more interesting. I arrived at the Green half hour early so I bought myself an iced chocolate and sat in the shade of a Palm tree watching the diving birds plunging for fish.Another couchsurfer arrived very early this morning - Vanessa from Germany. I had a leisurely breakfast waiting to see if she'd rise ...