Aston Hill Motor Lodge

Address: 15 Mort St, Port Macquarie, New South Wales, 2444, Australia | 4 star motel
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This 4 star motel, located on 15 Mort St, Port Macquarie, is near Koala Hospital, Billabong Wildlife Park, Port Macquarie Cruise Adventures, and Port Macquarie Golf Cub.
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          • Swimming pool
          • Beach


          • High-speed internet in room (free)
          • Free High-Speed Internet
          • Wheelchair accessibility
          • Free parking
          • Kitchenette


          • Suites


          • Shuttle bus service
          • Room service

          TripAdvisor Reviews Aston Hill Motor Lodge Port Macquarie

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          Travel Blogs from Port Macquarie

          Port Family Fun

          A travel blog entry by enderbyadventur on Jul 03, 2015

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          A great time was had in Port Macquarie, 4 days spent loitering in this pretty city located on the Hastings River. Apart from the beauty of the place there is my brother and luckily for us, my niece & nephew who were home for a fleeting visit.

          We awoke the first morning and walked the short distance to town (about 5 minutes) and then out the break wall to look at the bar, I think I mentioned previously that it was probably best we entered in the dark! We met Mort ...

          Time to get sorted

          A travel blog entry by danielle_lucas on Apr 19, 2015

          9 photos

          ... trip also threw us a few challenges, most notably some teething problems we experienced with our caravan. In our time here we worked out that the battery that stored our solar power wasn’t holding charge and would have to be replaced, we had a bit of a leak in our shower floor into the van, and the biggest and most costly problem of all – our hot water heater was stuffed. When setting out we hadn’t imagined we’d spend some of our first nights with ...

          Port Macquarie

          A travel blog entry by ruthweeden on Dec 29, 2014

          6 photos

          ... people falling in the water, and people have painted messages on these rock, some made interesting reading. Along the path was a large camping site and a skateboard park. At the very end to the right was a beach where lords of people were surfing. We headed back to the hotel for a rest before dinner, it was happy hour so why not? We went to dinner just before 8 while sitting at our table over about 20 minutes we saw fruit bats migrating for the ...

          Sydney - Port Macquarie - Byron Bay

          A travel blog entry by beaky on Oct 02, 2014

          ... got on to the Pacific Highway to travel up the coast. On the map the Pacific Highway appears to hug the coastline as it works it’s way north. However due to the vastness of Australia, what looked to be near the coast on the map was actually several km inland most of the way meaning that we didn't see the Pacific once along the Pacific Highway...a slightly misleading name for a road.
          We did see the sea briefly when we drove off the main ...

          Lookouts and Highways

          A travel blog entry by george_youssef on May 13, 2014

          8 photos

          ... 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 ...