Town Beach Motor Inn
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- Airport Transportation
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Refrigerator in room
- Outdoor pool
- Non-smoking hotel
- Swimming pool
TripAdvisor Reviews Town Beach Motor Inn Port Macquarie
Travel Blogs from Port Macquarie
... as we used the road only to find a lack of suitable walking path. We have been spoilt. After brekkie and shower we headed into Port Macquarie town to see what was on offer. The route took us past some spectacular beaches and rocky outcrops. The town was a mix of older shops and a couple of new shopping centres. We took a walk to Town Beach as well as checking out the foreshore. Enough walking around and the next stop was The Black Duck Brewery that offered an array of ...
... there. Was a pretty ****** day for it since it was a bit overcast and the water is very brown with all the fresh flowing into the ocean after recent rainfalls. We might try again later in the week as on a clear day it is spectacular. The rest of the week is supposed to be perfect. The afternoon was spent swimming in the pool again (crazy ...
... not have to join the line to get the tickets but had to join the long line to get in. The seats were not pre-booked so you had to take what was available, luckily we managed to get two seats next to the aisle toward the back. Another good movie, to me it was the best of the series.
Today Monday December 29th, the sun finally shone, so we went into Port Macquarie firstly to do a blood test for a PSA level for the surgeon, hopefully it will be negative like the fist ...
... which was worth the dangerous climb!
Next stop (after a few wrong turns through inadequate map reading skills) was the museum which had lots of different things, mainly focusing on the convict past of Port Macquarie and the people that lived there. There were lots of rooms filled with interesting objects and stories.
After overdosing on history, we decided to have our lunch by the river - where ...
... we wanted to see the coast line but it was too tricky.
Stopped for a late lunch at Bobby's Hill and had a walk along the beach. Kenn and Julie came and met us there so we could follow them into Port Macquarie. Such a beautiful part of the coastline here. Kenn took Moff and I on a driving tour through the area of all the gorgeous beaches and Julie kindly took the boys to the skate park.
Back to the Lifestyle Village ...