Macquarie Waters Hotel & Apartments
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TravelPod Member ReviewsMacquarie Waters Hotel & Apartments Port Macquarie
Our stay at Macquarie Waters was one of the best stays we've had in Australia...
The staff were amazing, very friendly and professional with great knowledge.
The apartments were spacious, well appointed and the bed was the most comfortable I've slept in. I didn't move all night!
The weather was marvellous, Port Macquarie is the most beautiful town we've visited on our travels...
The pool and spa outside were heated, and they have movies played while you're sitting in the pool! And even better was a rooftop spa, nothing like sitting in a luxurious spa pool looking out over the mouth of the river to the sea!
Lastly, we ordered room service from the hotel restaurant (The Corner), which was great value for money and just delicious! Beautifully presented as well!
We'd recommend this hotel to anyone!
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Once in the car and back on the road, to our surprise, we found that we didn’t go into the main part of Grafton at all and really we had seen nothing of the town so famous for it’s Jacaranda trees when they are in full bloom in particular. I couldn't see any signage pointing to the main town centre ... if they did have signage then I missed it.
We also noticed there were a lot more ...
... stay in town all day, then retire there for a free night. Checked it out before town, and were told in no uncertain terms, with very unfriendly signs, that NO CAMPiNG was allowed, despite it being listed as an overnight site in our camps book. Also as we were checking it out, we had another downpour of rain, soaking us to the skin. Not as auspicious start for Taree.
So we drove into town, found it a bit old and all over the place. Streets were narrow ...
... there was a pool table there free to use. It was here mine and Chris’ rivalry at pool began to emerge. After a few games (can’t remember who won, let’s just go with the assumption I won every game, don’t listen to what Chris says) we then headed outwards to explore the town that would be our home for the next week.
Port Macquarie was a gorgeous seaside town with an incredible amount of beaches that seemed to go on for miles. We were tired and ...
... wall there are a couple of dolpins feeding and playing but they are too quick to get a good pic.
Around the corner and yes up more steps is Flagstaff Hill lookout, looking back towards breakwater.
Saturday we drove ...
... the incessant high pitched whistling abated. On the way we stopped for breakfast at a very pretty roadside motel restaurant in "Urunga", where two rivers, fork we were told. It wasn't long until we reached Nambucca Heads, and driving up to the Captain Cook Lookout on top of the cliffs, and below us spread out in front of us was one of the most breathtaking vistas that we have seen to date on our trip that could be compared to Whitehaven Beach in the ...