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Welcome. Welcome to the Summer 2019/20 issue of Greater Port Macquarie Discover Magazine. Firstly, we would like to acknowledge the traditional owners of this beautiful region, the Birpai Aboriginal people. We are a locally owned and independent publication designed to ensure that visitors to our wonderful area have all the information they need. Discover Magazine is packed full of what to see, what to do and where to eat. Discover Magazine, together with Greater Port Macquarie Tourism Association, Port Macquarie-Hastings Council and all our tourism-related businesses, hope you enjoy your holidays. Have fun exploring what this wonderful region has to offer. Enjoy your holiday! — Andrew & Lucy Kowalewski

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Our Unique Heritage

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Our Koalas

10-14 Our Attractions 15-17

18-19 Beach Guide 20-21

Inland Waterways

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Our Region

32-49 Taste - Food + Drink 50-51 Wines of the Hastings River 52-57

Health, Beauty, Fashion

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Markets

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Family Fun + Adventure

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Walks in Our National Parks, Reserves and Forests

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Delicious Discoveries

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Gourmet Kitchen

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COVER PHOTOGR APHER Meet Hugo Bittar, a 17 year old photographer born and bred in beautiful Port Macquarie and currently attending St Columba Anglican School in year 11. Hugo feels very lucky to be growing up in such a beautiful part of Australia. In his spare time, he works as a freelance videographer for his own business HB Productions, creating engaging visual content for individuals and businesses along the mid north coast. For more of Hugo’s incredible work, go to hugobittar.com

For more Inspiration+Information visit discoverportmacquarie.com.au @discoverportmacquarie @discoverportmacquarie #discoverportmacquarie PUBLISHER: discover MEDIA AUSTRALIA PO Box 9310, Port Macquarie NSW 2444 Phone (02) 6581 5600 discoverportmacquarie.com.au ADVERTISING SALES: Andrew Kowalewski (02) 6581 5600 / andrew@discovermedia.com.au LAYOUT+DESIGN: Jeff Cowan / cowan-creative.com.au or behance.net/jeffcowanac98 COVER: Aerial over Town Beach by Hugo Bittar hugobittar.com PHOTOGRAPHY: Andrew Kowalewski. Special thanks to the Port Macquarie Historical Society (p4), Hugo Bittar (p2, 22, 58), Outside the Kitchen (p26, 28), Lindsay Moller Productions & The Stunned Mullet (p32, 33), Jodie Lowe (p23), Billabong Zoo (p7, 10). DISCLAIMER: Discover Magazine is copyright. Whilst every endeavour has been made to ensure the accuracy of all information in this publication, the publisher cannot be held responsible for any consequences resulting from misdescription or inadvertent errors contained herein. No part of this publication may be reproduced, altered or copied in any way without written permission of the publisher Discover Media Australia. Discover Magazine is an independent magazine designed just for you – the visitor to this great region. Have a great stay and please remember when you are out and about, let our advertisers know how you found them as it is only with their support that we can continue to bring you this free visitor magazine.


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Our Unique Heritage.

For more than 40,000 years the Birpai people have been the original inhabitants and occupants of the Greater Port Macquarie region. Relying on the land and waterways to sustain themselves, the Birpai people made temporary huts along the river and around the lakes allowing them to follow the seasonal food trail. The region’s richly diverse landscapes together with the subtropical climate ensured that the community thrived in harmony with the environment for many thousands of years prior to the arrival of Europeans. Today, with its own unique heritage, Port Macquarie is one of the most popular tourist destinations on the NSW coast, and also one of the fastest growing regions in NSW. Discovered by John Oxley in 1818 and named after the Governor of NSW, Lachlan Macquarie, our first visitors were convicts sent to the Port Macquarie penal settlement in 1821 to serve time for secondary offences. The town was built by those convicts and overseen by military officers of the 48th Regiment. Port Macquarie was opened up to free settlers from 1830 and remained a convict town until 1847. Evidence of our convict past can be viewed at various locations including the convict built St Thomas’ Church, the well of the Female Factory in Munster Street ( Map ref K8), the well of the 1840 gaol located within the Ibis Styles Hotel and at the Port Macquarie Museum. The historic cemetery at the southern end of Horton Street (

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the remains of many of our early settlers including convicts, military officers and free settlers. Over the next four years Port Macquarie and the Hastings region will reach a number of milestones in their European discovery and settlement. Last year (2018) marks two hundred years since Surveyor General John Oxley’s journey of discovery during which he and his party travelled to the place he named Port Macquarie. A number of commemorative events and activities are planned throughout the Hastings region across this year. 4

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Port Macquarie Museum is an award winning museum featuring themed displays from the first settlers right through to today. Located in Port Macquarie’s CBD, it is one of the few surviving early commercial and residential buildings in Port Macquarie and is listed on the NSW State Heritage Register. Mon-Sat 9.30am-4.30pm (minimal charges apply) 22 Clarence Street - Map ref K8 (02) 6583 1108 Mid North Coast Maritime Museum Originally built as Pilot Cottages in 1896, they now house a wonderful collection of maritime material including superbly built scale models of a variety of vessels, charts, maps, paintings and an extensive collection of historical maritime photos. 7 days 10am–4pm 6 William Street - Map ref M8 (02) 6583 1866 The Historic Courthouse was designed by colonial architect James Barnet and built in 1869 by local builders Butler and Bourne costing £1,091

and nine shillings. This building, classified by the National Trust, served the community for 117 years and was restored in 1993. Mon-Fri 10am3.00pm, and Sat 10am-1pm Corner of Clarence & Hay Streets - Map ref K8 (02) 6584 1818 Lake Innes Ruins Located in Lake Innes Nature Reserve, these ruins represent a significant part of Australia’s colonial heritage. The grand home, Lake Innes House was built in the 1830s and 1840s and was home to the colonial entrepreneur Major Archibald Innes and his wife Margaret Macleay. This historic site is managed by the National Parks and Wildlife Service and public access to the site across private property is via guided tour only. Tours can be booked through the Visitor Information Centre 1300 303 155 Map ref D17 St Thomas’ Anglican Church – Australia’s fifth oldest church is still in use. Built by convict labour between 1824 and 1828 the walls are constructed of one metre thick handmade brick. It features an

1857 barrel organ that plays 33 hymns – the only one of its type in Australia. Mon-Fri 9.30am-12 noon and 2pm-4pm 50 Hay Street - Map ref K8 (02) 6584 1033 Historic Roto House was built in 1891 and belonged to the Flynn family. In the early 1980s it was restored by the National Parks and Wildlife Service and features furnishings and artefacts from the 19th Century. Pack a lunch and picnic in the pleasant surrounds of Macquarie Nature Reserve, or visit the nearby Koala Hospital. daily from 10am4.30pm subject to volunteer availability Map ref L10 (02) 6584 2180 Douglas Vale Historic Homestead + Vineyard is possibly one of Port Macquarie’s best kept secrets. It is the only heritage listed vineyard and museum in Australia that is run completely by volunteers and it represents the last remaining vestige of a pioneering wine industry dating back to 1859. See page 51 for more details.


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The gestation period is approximately 35 days and at birth, the unfurred, blind ‘pinkie’ crawls unaided from the birth canal, up through the fur and into the vertical pouch and attaches to one of the two teats. Once their eyes are opened, the joeys detach from the teat but remain in the pouch for around four to five months, growing and becoming fully furred.

PORT MACQUARIE IS THE PLACE TO CELEBRATE ONE OF AUSTRALIA’S MOST ICONIC ANIMALS - THE KOALA. HERE YOU CAN NOT ONLY GET UP CLOSE AND PERSONAL WITH OUR FURRY FRIENDS AT BILLABONG ZOO (SEE PAGE 11), YOU CAN ALSO VISIT THE WORLD’S FIRST KOALA HOSPITAL, OR TAKE THE HELLO KOALAS SCULPTURE TRAIL TO SEE OVER 60+ BEAUTIFUL KOALA SCULPTURES.

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Anywhere from 250 grams weight onwards, the joey will become active, occasionally popping its head out and sniffing the air. Around this time the joey begins to stimulate its mother’s cloaca to produce a greenish substance called ‘pap’. This is passed down from the caecum, a specialised section of the intestinal tract where fermentation of the leaf occurs, for the joeys to eat. The ‘pap’ contains vital micro organisms (bacteria) that inoculate the joey’s gut system to enable them to digest eucalypt leaf. Without pap, a joey cannot eat eucalypt leaf and will not survive. From around six months of age, the joey will start emerging onto the mother's belly and by eight months the joey becomes a ‘back young’, staying on or near the mother. By 12 months, the koala is usually weaned. Female koalas are excellent mothers, and are highly protective of their young.


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PORT MACQUARIE’S VERY OWN BILLABONG ZOO IS REGARDED AS A WORLD RENOWN KOALA BREEDING FACILITY. THEY PROVIDE GENETICALLY STRONG, HEALTHY AND NEW BLOODLINES OF KOALAS TO OTHER ZOOS AND SANCTUARIES THROUGHOUT AUSTRALIA. WE RECENTLY INTERVIEWED BILLABONG ZOO’S OWNER/DIRECTOR, MARK STONE, ABOUT HIS EXPERIENCE WITH BREEDING KOALAS. HERE ARE SOME OF HIS ANSWERS:

The Koala Hospital. The Koala Hospital adjacent to Roto House is the world’s only hospital dedicated solely to the care and preservation of wild koalas. Founded by Jean and Max Starr in 1973, the hospital is entirely self-funded from donations, bequests, adoptions and their shop. It is managed by the charitable organisation, the Koala Conservation Australia, only has eight paid staff, 170 volunteers and hosts one overseas volunteer for one month every month - a position that is in very high demand. Facilities include a treatment clinic, eight internal intensive care units, six outdoor intensive care units and 30 rehabilitation yards. There are a small number of non releasable koala patients who are permanent residents (nine in total) that are available for the public to see. The Koala Hospital is a research institution that collaborates and works with a number of universities and other institutions. Up until about five years ago, this unique Hospital would treat up to 200-250 sick and/or injured koalas each year, and successfully rehabilitate and return about 60-70% of their admissions to the wild. Koalas are admitted from all over NSW. This year the number of koalas admitted to the Koala Hospital has reduced because of the decline of koalas in this region. How can we help the koala population? We need to ensure their genetic diversity is conserved by protecting their habitat, reducing vehicle strikes, dog attacks and disease - this is fundamental to their population health. Primary reasons for admission to care are being hit by cars, dog attacks and the bacterial infection Chlamydia which causes urogenital disease (commonly called wet bottom) and ocular (conjunctivitis). Other reasons include bushfires and issues that occur due to loss of habitat. How are the admitted Koalas named? Usually by the person who found them and the location in which they were found. Of the 900 species of eucalypt trees that grow in Australia, approximately only 60 of them across Australia are ‘food trees’ so koalas’ habitat is determined by the availability of these trees. Australian Music legend John Williamson is also passionate about saving koalas. John has been a patron of the Koala Conservation Australia ever since he met one of their founders, the late Jean Starr, in the early eighties. During a visit to the Koala Hospital, he witnessed an emergency rescue call come in. The entire experience was so impressive for John that it inspired him to write the song “Good Bye Blinky Bill”, which became enormously popular throughout Australia. He very generously donated the proceeds (Continued on page 8)

How long have you been breeding Koalas? For more than 30 years now my passion for Koalas has grown and grown. When I first received koalas from another wildlife sanctuary (nearly 40 years ago) I was working for my parents who owned and operated their own wildlife park in Nowra NSW. Once the Koalas arrived my fascination grew and grew and it wasn’t long then I looked to breed these amazing and unique animals. Why start the breeding program? Shortly after getting the Koalas, (and I had done a lot of training prior to their arrival), the next obvious hurdle was to successfully and consistently breed them. Back in those days there wasn’t a lot of information readily available out there on Koalas, there were a lot of people trying different things and they too were looking for solid and reliable information on them. It seemed every time I came across or close to the answer on Koalas I was looking for, I had even more questions! I desperately wanted to understand how to care and look after Koalas at the highest possible level so as to have the best chance of breeding them, and some day be able to help other institutions with their breeding programs and maybe even help our wild population. Why is the program important? We know more and more now how endangered the Koala has become. Without our knowledge of breeding and husbandry ideas and the requirements that are so important to Koalas, how will we protect them in the wild? Our knowledge gained from captive Koala colonies can be used to work with and help wild Koala populations. We know what Koalas need to survive, what their limitations are and what they need for protection in the wild. Our captive population of Koalas at Billabong not only give us Knowledge and better understanding, we believe they are ambassadors for their species, helping us in so many ways to help Koalas in the wild. We are able to educate the public about the plight of these beautiful animals in the wild, and what we need to do to ensure their survival, obviously Koala breeding is so important to their survival. If we remove certain elements then they won’t breed and therefore the species is doomed before we even start. There is no point in protecting an area if we don’t know that within that area the animals are going to be safe, secure and able to reproduce. What is the difference between the Koalas you breed and wild Koalas? Obviously in captivity, the problems that exist in the wild for Koalas, the battles they face, whether it’s dog attacks, cars, or loss of habitat, are removed. So we can significantly increase both the lifespan of the Koala and the breeding potential of that animal in captivity. We work within a program and look forward to a situation where we could potentially one day breed animals in captivity that are specifically bred for release. This means that those animals would have very little contact with humans or dogs and any other household situations so that they wouldn’t become complacent and would therefore have a greater success of being released back into the wild. Refer to page 11 and 12 for more information about Billabong Zoo.

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Hello Koalas Sculpture Trail. “Hello Koalas Sculpture Trail is a World First”, says UK public art expert, Elaine Burke. “There is simply no other sculpture trail in the world quite like it and the only one dedicated to koalas!” Margret Meagher, Founder, Hello Koalas Sculpture Trail tells her story:

When we started planning the Trail, we aimed to create 50 one metre high fibreglass sculptures but Hello Koalas is an infectious project and we now have 75 sculptures to share with our community and visitors to our region. And more are on their way in local artists’ studios.

(Continued from page 7) from his song to the Koala Conservation Australia. John raised a considerable amount of money that enabled the Koala Hospital to build a new “John Williamson Wing” which houses their intensive care unit. Visitors to the Koala Hospital can view the clinic through a large window and see the koalas being treated. You can also observe the care and feeding of the koalas, however the koalas in recovery are behind screens. The hospital has a "koalaseum" which is a unique museum outlining the history of the cause of decline of koalas in Australia, information on their biology, reasons for admissions to care, research etc. There is a microscope and hands on items for visitors to look at as well. Did you know that 100,000 tourists visit the The Koala Hospital in Port Macquarie hospital each year? The Koala Hospital is open daily from 8am until 4.30pm with feeding times at 8am and 3pm. Free guided tours are conducted at 3pm daily where the koalas will be fed and the volunteer will explain how the koalas came into their care. Admission is free and donations are welcome - you can even adopt a koala! Located at Lord St and Roto Place, Port Macquarie, 6584 1522, koalahospital.org.au

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Sometimes our Hello Koalas sculptures go on Tour so not all are available to see when people visit but there are always 50 koalas on view. We keep people aware of their movements on our website – www.hellokoalas.com and we have a 24/7 Hotline so people can email (info@hellokoalas.com), text or phone us with their queries (0416 641 482).

I thought of the idea for a sculpture trail in Port Macquarie in 2011, after moving from Sydney, following a lifetime working in tourism and the arts. The Sydney Opera House and Art Gallery of NSW were my second homes in those days. Now life has come full circle as I look after a public art trail in my regional hometown and take my Hello Koalas to Sydney for a travelling exhibition in the Royal Botanic Garden (October/November 2019). Other tour exhibitions are planned in Canberra, Victoria, Queensland and regional NSW in 2020/2021. And we have consistently won business and tourism awards since 2015 including the 2019 Regional Business Award for Excellence in Innovation and Gold for Cultural Tourism in the NSW Regional Tourism Awards. We estimate that over 1 million people a year engage with our Hello Koalas sculptures in Port Macquarie – hugging them, smiling at them, taking selfies and family photos with them and talking about them on facebook, Instagram and TripAdvisor (#hellokoalas, @hellokoalas). TripAdvisor ranks Hello Koalas Sculpture Trail #3 of 44 Things to Do (after the Coastal Walk and Koala Hospital) and #1 Landmark in Port Macquarie. This social media coverage reinforces that the Hello Koalas sculptures are such wondrous little characters, designed by hugely talented Australian artists. And the sculptures love receiving the attention! In fact, many people who see our Hello Koalas see them as loveable personalities and it is not unusual to find small children feeding them fallen gum leaves for lunch. Fortunately for Port Macquarie we have lots of real koalas too and plenty of gum trees.

For our annual Hello Koalas Festival over the June Long Weekend, we gather all our 75 sculptures for display in Port Macquarie so people have a guaranteed opportunity to see every sculpture on the Hello Koalas Sculpture Trail once a year (www.hellokoalas.com/gallery). A Festival highlight is the 2 day Hello Koalas Treasure Hunt and this year it will be held over Saturday and Sunday (7 and 8 June 2020). Discover 20 specially selected Hello Koalas and post your favourites on social media. It’s free to enter and everyone who completes the Treasure Hunt is awarded a Certificate of Achievement. Simply register online to participate (www.hellokoalas.com/festival). One of our aims with the Hello Koalas Sculpture Trail is to promote koala preservation. We want to protect koalas from road accidents, inquisitive dogs in backyards, loss of habitat through urbanisation and drought, and diseases like chlamydia. Another event we have created for our annual Hello Koalas Festival is “Cars for Koalas Show and Shine”, a display of classic and vintage cars at the Foreshore Markets, Westport Park, on the Saturday of the June Long Weekend - this year 7 June. Trophies are sponsored by Shannons Insurance. We hope to remind people to slow down when driving in areas where koalas live in our town and raise funds for our acclaimed Koala Hospital in Port Macquarie where people can see 4 Hello Koalas sculptures – all ambassadors for koala conservation. And there is a special display of Hello Koalas sculptures and Hello Koalas memorabilia, including colouring books, magnets and T towels at these popular Markets too. Pick up a FREE Hello Koalas Sculpture Trail Guide at the Glasshouse, hotels and attractions around town and or download a pdf of the Guide from www.hellokoalas.com. While many visitors aim to see all the koalas, people in town for a short time can still enjoy the Trail, with around 10 sculptures located right in the heart of town and a further 20 sculptures a short drive away, in places like Sea Acres Rainforest Centre, where you can also see a great selection of Hello Koalas memorabilia and gifts. Or visit our Hello Koalas online shop for year-round shopping from home (www.hellokoalas.com/shop).


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Stoney, the koala, meets Stoney, the Hello Koalas sculpture, at Billabong Zoo, Port Macquarie. Artist Bruce Whittaker. Photo Lindsay Moller.

Stoney, the koala, meets Stoney, the Hello Koalas sculpture, at Billabong Zoo, Port Macquarie. Artist Bruce Whittaker. Photo Lindsay Moller.

Stoney, the koala, meets Stoney, the Hello Koalas sculpture, at Billabong Zoo, Port Macquarie. Artist Bruce Whittaker. Photo Lindsay Moller.

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Purchase Hello Koalas calendars, postcards, posters, badges, magnets, FREE multi-award-winning attraction bookmarks, colouring books, coasters, lens cloths, bookmarks, tote bags and Ho P O r U R Acres Rainforest T towels from Sea Centre. See a full list of stockists or shop online at www.hellokoalas.com cultural tourism

Say Hi to Oceania at McDonalds Gateway, Mr T at KFC Gateway, Crusader Koala at Sea Acres Rainforest Centre and Guula at Wauchope Railway Station (pictured above).

The Trail was also a Finalist in the 2017 Australian Tourism Awards and has won NSW Tourism Awards in 2015, 2016 and 2017.

Ranked #3 of 81 Things to Do and #1 Landmark in Port Macquarie by TripAdvisor.

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Disclaimer: This map is the property of Arts and Health Australia. The map is not to scale and is provided as a guide only to the Hello Koalas Sculpture Trail. Whilst all care has been taken when completing this map, Arts and Health Australia accepts no liability for any inconvenience, damage or injury whatsoever that may occur by reliance on the information provided. Please check the Hello Koalas Sculpture Trail website for regular updates or to download the most current Trail Guide as a pdf - www.hellokoalas.com © Hello Koalas Sculpture Trail. All Rights Reserved. Images and sculpture designs may not be reproduced without permission in writing.

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For a large selection of Hello Koalas Memorabilia, call in to the Shop at Sea Acres Rainforest Centre, 159 Pacific Drive, Port Macquarie. Hours of Opening: 9am to 4.30pm 7 days. Hello Koalas memorabilia includes T-Towels, Colouring Books, Magnets, Badges, Notebooks, Postcards, Bookmarks, Coasters and the 2019 Hello Koalas Calendar. A small selection of Hello Koalas Memorabilia can also be found at the Koala Hospital, BP Pacific Highway Service Centre, Ricardoes Tomatoes and Strawberries and the Glasshouse Arts and Visitor Centre.

Hello Koalas Sculpture Trail is a major award winning attraction!

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Our Attractions. Stoney Aqua Park

Coming back to Port Macquarie again this summer even bigger and better is Stoney Aqua Park, one of the world’s largest Aqua parks! Stoney Aqua Park is a water lover's dream and located just 10 minutes from Port Macquarie. It covers a huge area and boasts a wide variety of inflatable fun items for everyone’s enjoyment on a safe man-made and professionally supervised lake. Here you will find slides, blast bags, trampolines, swings, challenge tracks, balance beams, wobble pads and more. To top off your experience, there is a beach area with sun lounges, BBQ area, with picnic tables and shade, change rooms, SUPs and kayaks for hire, a kiosk, and even accommodation on site if you want to make a weekend of it. It’s all about having a fun day out for the entire family in a safe environment. All ages and abilities are welcome to come along for the day or just

a few hours. Also at the complex on a second man-made lake is Australia’s premier water-ski park where you can water ski, wake board or go tube riding (instruction is provided for all levels and equipment is provided). Groups, birthday parties, and corporate functions are welcome. So make a splash on your holiday and join in the fun at this awesome aqua park! (See page 13). Billabong Zoo: Koala + Wildlife Park Enjoy a fun-filled day out at the award-winning Billabong Zoo, Port Macquarie, NSW where you’ll meet Australian and Exotic animals. You can pat, stroke, feed, hold, hear and see over 80 species of animals, reptiles and birds. There are over 220 animals for you to see in this tranquil 10 acre Koala and Wildlife Park. Enjoy their much loved Zoo Talks (included in the admission fee) throughout the day: 16 keeper

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presentations and feeding sessions every day covering 10 species, plus a Reptile Show at the weekends and during holidays. From their koala breeding centre to their big cat enclosures of cheetahs, lions and snow leopards you’ll discover enchanting Australian and Exotic animals at every turn including Shrek their Monster crocodile. Experience memorable personal animal encounters with Koalas, Cheetahs, Red Pandas, Snakes, Meerkats, and Leopards. Bookings essential. Remember to bring your camera or video - and share this unique experience with friends and family. Especially popular for children and adults alike is the kangaroo and wallaby walk through hand-feeding area - Macropod Meadow - free and open all day. Children can enjoy the playground and the whole family have access to picnic areas set in beautiful shaded gardens with koi carp ponds. Delicious new menu options for breakfast and lunch are available along with snacks, ice-cream, coffee and drinks at their popular Zoo Café. Souvenirs, gifts and retail therapy in their Zoo Shop. Billabong Zoo, Billabong Drive, Port Macquarie NSW 2444 is open every day 9am-5pm, rain or shine - it’s more than just a great day out, it’s the best value zoo in Australia. Book your ticket or personal animal encounter online at billabongzoo.com.au. (See our ad page 11).

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Step back in time with a day out at Timbertown, one of Australia’s best heritage theme parks, just 20 minutes west of Port Macquarie. Set amongst 87 acres of beautiful natural Blackbutt forest, Timbertown is an entire living, working

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Village from 1880 – 1930. Family fun is plentiful with loads of activities including gold panning, miniature train rides, steam train rides, horse and carriage rides, and even whip cracking lessons. Immerse yourself in this era by observing the blacksmith and timber craftsmen at work, or by watching a bullock team. Visit the steam sawmill and also over 40 village buildings including an art and craft cottage, winery and a general store with its must visit Ice Creamery! So grab the family and enjoy a great value day out experiencing and learning first hand about Timbertown’s history. (See our ad page 14). Bago Maze & Winery The largest hedge maze in NSW is situated within the grounds of the picturesque Bago Maze & Winery, Wauchope. Open daily from 9.00am, the Bago Maze consists of 2,000 metres of pathways including sunken pathways, elevated walkways, bridges, observation towers plus a number of treasure hunt items to keep you entertained throughout the journey. Inspired by the surrounding bushland and vineyards, the maze incorporates a myriad of symbolic imagery within its pathways and hedges. The adventure through the an hour to complete however, many hours of fun can be had making for an entertaining day. No bookings required for groups under 15 people. Phone 6585 7099


All ages and abilities welcome Free tables and chairs Relax on the beach while the kids play! BBQ area with picnic shades Beach area with sun lounges Make it a weekend with onsite accommodation A fun, safe environment on a MAN-MADE lake professionally supervised Camping and self-contained cabins Birthday and Christmas parties visit stoneyaquapark.com.au for prices and open hours FOLLOW US ON • phone (02) 6585 0090 • MAP PG 69 summer 2019/20

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ARTHOUSE INDUSTRIES is a unique Glass studio where you will find beautiful handmade gifts, clothing and artwork. There are Lampwork glass demonstrations and you can also attend workshops. Skye is an award-winning glass artist specialising in jewellery who demonstrates from the studio, allowing you to see her work with molten glass to create amazing wearable art. The space is a creative indulgence showcasing unique work from regional artists as well as a beautiful gift boutique. This is a must see to fill in a quiet afternoon and watch beautiful beads evolve from glass and flame and purchase a unique gift or piece of clothing. Open Monday - Friday 10am-5pm, Saturday 10am-2pm, and Sundays 10am-2pm from November to February. LONG POINT VINEYARD + ART GALLERY is renowned for its boutique wines, breathtaking views and friendly staff. Amongst the picturesque vines lies their delightful cellar door and art gallery. Here you can taste fine wines, alcoholic ginger beer and liqueurs whilst viewing art from the region’s talented artists. Wander the grounds and experience the stunning outdoor sculptures. Picnic or barbecue on the wooden deck whilst the kids play in the cubby house. Beautiful location for a wedding or special event. Truly a must to visit.

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– Rod Page has been supplying galleries throughout Australia for the last 35 years and now his studio is open to the public. Rod’s unique pieces look like they are made of sapphires or diamonds. There are vases, platters, lamps, water filters as well as tiles and vanity basins in a wide variety of colours. See how the clay is transformed into an elegant piece of art. Now in their seventh successful year,

STITCHED ‘N’ FRAMED is Port Macquarie’s biggest Patchwork Shop. Find fabrics online and in store. Lark, Kylie and Kathy come with many years of patchwork experience. They specialise in modern, pretty and reproduction fabrics. They are the home of Port Macquarie’s Modern Quilt Guild. They are a Dealership for Bernina, Janome, Baby Lock and Handy Quilter machines. The shop now boasts two workshop areas where social sewing groups meet and classes are held by local and well known visiting tutors. Under the one roof is Custom Framing by Jenny and Sue of SuziQ Quilting with her long-arm quilting machine to complete your masterpiece. Their mission is to promote and develop patchwork, quilting and textile art within Port Macquarie and surrounding districts and to provide the community with a fun place to get together, make friends, share knowledge and learn.

LIGHTHOUSE GALLERY A private exhibition space showcasing original Artworks by local Realism Painter Nicola McLeay, who is recognised internationally for her finely detailed brushwork and space enhancing compositions. Nicola has been an award winner and finalist for numerous competitions both locally and abroad. Lighthouse Gallery focuses on sharing with the public one-off pieces that are for sale of the region and wider parts of Australia and New Zealand. Leasing options and personalised commissions are available in a range of canvas sizes. The works on show change frequently as new pieces are completed. Visiting the gallery can easily be arranged by appointment or when it is open for public viewing.

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Galleries +Exhibitions. IN A REGION B L E S S E D WI T H B E AU T Y, I T I S H A R D LY S U R P R I S I N G T H AT A TA L E N T E D ARTISTIC COMMUNITY FLO U R I S H E S I N T H E G R E AT E R P O R T M AC Q UA R I E REGION.

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Immerse yourself in an eclectic exhibition of original artworks by 200 local artists, all members of the Hastings Valley Fine Art Association. The heritage-listed building that houses this ever changing collection of high quality art is also situated next to the picturesque Oxley Beach, offering plenty of inspiration for its members and visitors. Many of the pieces are award-winning and all artwork is available for sale at reasonable prices. If you have a love for art and enjoy the visual stimulation that it provides, then stop in and wander the halls of Hastings Valley Fine Art Association.

for all things culture, creativity and the arts. This spectacular space showcases around 20 exhibitions each year, complemented by a range of activities and events for all ages, including art master classes, public talks, children’s activities, exhibition openings and much more. Situated in the centre of town it provides a perfect destination to add to your itinerary. Children are always welcome in the Gallery and activities are provided to keep them creative and busy while you enjoy the exhibitions. Drop in and be inspired – or be creative – in the architecturally inspiring Glasshouse Regional Gallery. Please share your experiences with them on social media using #glasshouseregionalgallery

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Our Beaches. For surfing, the best spots are Town, Flynns, Lighthouse, Rainbow and North Haven beaches. The Breakwall at Town Beach works best with swell from the south through to the north-east. The Middle has some powerful lefts and is for the experienced surfer only, while Flagstaff is the protected southern headland of Town Beach. At Flynns Beach, waves can be found with swells from the south to east with offshore north-west winds through to south-east winds. Lighthouse Beach has a protected northern corner that handles north to north-east swell.

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Further south, Cathie is an open beach, which can offer powerful waves with south to east swell. Rainbow Beach is a protected southern headland with a right point break and beach breaks. Grants Headland picks up the smallest of swells and is best in the north-east swell with west to north-east winds. North Haven (Grants Beach) offers beach breaks with the best waves south to east swell, and works best with west to south-east winds. The bar can hand out some large waves but tidal flow from the river affects the wave quality. (With thanks to Port Macquarie Surf School for surfing information). Port Macquarie Surf School Learning to surf is fun and easy, especially at the multi award winning Port Macquarie Surf School where they have lessons daily. All coaches are fully accredited, licensed and insured with Surfing Australia. You will learn surf safety and awareness as well as how to catch a wave. They cater for all ages and abilities from beginners through to advanced. Port Macquarie Surf School is Council approved and a licensed Surfing Australia Surf School. All equipment is provided, including safe softboards, wetsuits and rashvests. They also have hire boards if you know what you're doing and just want to get out there. Jump onto their website portmacquariesurfschool.com.au and book a lesson or board hire today. If you have some questions drop into their booking office at 46 Pacific Drive right opposite Flynns Beach or call them on 6584 7733. If you are looking for calmer waters and a great place to take the little ones, there are couple of options to choose from - all of which require parent supervision. With its rocky outcrop, Shelly Beach creates a somewhat protected lagoon and is ideal for the littlies. Other good areas for kids include Settlement Point, Lake Cathie lagoon (when open to the ocean) and Pilot Beach in Dunbogan. Town Beach is also good with a long break and plenty of rock pools towards the point for the kids to explore. Beach fishing is very

popular with locals and tourists alike. Rocky Beach, Lighthouse Beach, Rainbow Beach and Grants Beach are all popular spots. If you want somewhere to get your 4WD dirty, try North Beach, Lighthouse Beach, Rainbow Beach, Grants Beach or Dunbogan Beach – all of which have a 4WD entrance. A licence is required for recreational fishing (service.nsw. gov.au) and you also require a permit to drive on the approved 4WD beaches. Beach driving permits are available from the Visitor Information Centre located at the Glasshouse, Cnr of Clarence & Hay Streets. Map ref K8. 18

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Inland Waterways of Port Macquarie. Learn more about the history of our great rivers by going to oroh.com.au and take the Camden Haven Trail or the Hastings Trail. Activities are only limited by your imagination, with a great choice of professional river and ocean cruise specialists where you can take in the scenery, watch the dolphins play or be taken to where the fish are guaranteed to be biting. Avid anglers will be in paradise as they hunt their favourite species from one of the many fishing spots along the rivers, lakes, beaches, and breakwalls. Local fishing and boating centres scattered around the area are always happy to give a few tips about what’s biting, as well as being able to cater to all your bait and tackle needs. Beach fishing is very popular with locals and tourists alike. Rocky Beach, Lighthouse Beach, Rainbow Beach and Grants Beach are all popular spots. If you want somewhere to get your 4WD dirty, try North Beach, Lighthouse Beach, Rainbow Beach, Grants Beach or Dunbogan Beach – all of which have a 4WD entrance. A licence is required for recreational fishing (service.nsw.gov.au) and you also require a permit to drive on the approved 4WD beaches. Beach driving permits are available from the Visitor Information Centre located at the Glasshouse, Cnr of Clarence & Hay Streets. Map ref K8. For more information about beaches, please see page 18. Each year between May and November, the Port Macquarie coastal region is a haven for whale watching. After a full summer of feeding in Antarctica, approximately 16,000 humpback whales migrate north to subtropical waters where they mate and give birth before making their return trip south. A great way to experience these magnificent creatures is on a whale watching cruise. Departing frequently during the season, these cruises will almost guarantee you an upfront and personal experience in a safe and comfortable environment.

Port Jet Cruise Adventures For an unforgettable experience on the water, Port Cruise Adventures has it all. Experience the wonder of the ocean on board Wave Rider - their 18 passenger 900 horsepower super boat will have you surfing the waves and cruising up and down Port Macquarie’s remarkable coastline or speeding along the stunning Hastings River. Wave Rider is equipped with state of the art equipment and technology. Custom-built for Port Macquarie and the ocean conditions experienced here, she will provide the most exciting, fast yet smooth comfortable ride for her passengers. Your skillful and knowledgeable skipper will take you on an adventure exploring rugged coastlines, spotting playful dolphins, sea turtles and of course, don’t miss whale watching season from May to November. If speed isn't your thing then get on board their river boats. Relax and enjoy the scenic tour up the Hastings River and even reach areas where no other tour boats can reach. New to their fleet is the comfortable and spacious two level catamaran ‘Essence’, complete with inside seating, underwater viewing windows, covered top deck and boom net. There is a style of ride to suit everyone, whether it be an exhilarating Telegraph Point

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Cruise Port Macquarie Port Macquarie’s newest and biggest party boat is in town! The Port AdVenture, licensed for 200 passengers is available for daily River and Dolphin Spotting cruises, and world class entertainment cruises featuring tribute shows, comedy nights, live music and private functions. This is “Entertainment with a View”. The Port AdVenture has just completed a refurbishment and has big open spaces on both the indoor and outdoor decks. All cruises include catering options, from an outdoor sausage sizzle to a 5 star hot & cold buffet. All cruises have different catering options. The vessel is fully licensed with passengers able to enjoy a wide choice of local and imported wines, beers and refreshments. The Port AdVenture departs Racecourse from Head Town Wharf, end of Clarence Street Delicate Nobby and vessel inspections are always welcome. So many cruises to choose Big Hill Point from! View website for prices and cruise schedules.

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Port Macquarie. Port Macquarie (or "Port" to locals) offers the visitor so many opportunities to share our fabulous lifestyle. Apart from enjoying our relaxed coastal vibe or taking in the breathtaking scenery of our hinterland, there are a myriad of events throughout the year to enjoy - from food, wine and beer festivals, music festivals to major sporting events, there is something for everyone. Visit our website for this season's major events. Recently we have been recognised as a World Festival & Events City by the International and Events Association. Port can proudly claim that is has become a food-force to be reckoned with, with many restaurants and cafes truly embracing the locavore tenet. From a sublime dining experience at our one-hatted restaurant to a relaxed coffee, juice or smoothie by the beach, Port Macquarie has it all!

Town Green + Town Square As the central hub in town, the Town Green + Town Square are popular places to enjoy the waterfront. The area has recently been given a face-lift to enhance the community experience. Sunsets are simply not to be missed from here! Nearby at Town Square, works have also taken shape to provide a more vibrant area with al fresco dining and space to host markets, events and festivals. Kooloonbung Creek Nature Park (Entry through the historic cemetery) – covering 52 hectares, the Kooloonbung Creek Nature Park preserves an area of natural bushland with 3kms of walking tracks, boardwalks, and a new 600 metre cycleway. Here visitors can wander and enjoy the beauty of the area and its eco-systems. Map ref J9

Settlement Point Reserve Located just five minutes drive from Port Macquarie Town Centre it is a great spot to take in the Hastings River. Facilities include picnic tables, BBQs, a playground, lots of parking and a nearby cafe. You can even take the short ferry ride over to the North Shore from here. Dolphins are frequently spotted along the shore as they frolic in the shallows of the river. Be sure to look out for them! Map ref H3 Tacking Point Named by Matthew Flinders in July 1802. The lighthouse is the third oldest in the country and has recently been restored. It was built in 1879 to warn ships of the rocks near the shore and was converted to automatic operation in 1919. Apart from the interest of the lighthouse itself, Tacking Point with its elevation above the surrounding coastline offers superb views to both the north and the south – in October and November be sure to look out for whales. Map ref Q18

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Wauchope + Hinterland.

Wauchope (Pronounced war-hope) - 20 minutes west of Port Macquarie. Surrounded by Australia’s most extensive Blackbutt forest, it was here in the mid 1800s that pioneers made the town famous as a timber town. Today, Wauchope is the gateway to the hinterland and has many unique businesses and fabulous boutique shops with friendly old fashioned service. As an RV Friendly town, and the first Motor Cycle Friendly Town in NSW, Wauchope makes for a great stop or a day out. If you’d like to taste some of the region’s fresh and tasty produce, head to the Wauchope Farmers’ Markets at the Wauchope Showground held every 4th Saturday of the month.

Ideally situated just a three minute country drive off both the Pacific and Oxley Highways at Sancrox. Located at the Vanderley Nursery site, this beautiful complex is a popular destination for locals and tourists alike. The wholesale production nursery supplies professionally grown and conditioned plants to Abundance Garden Centre - a bonus for gardeners and landscapers in the Hastings area and beyond. An excellent selection of pots, water features and garden art complement the green-life. John van der Ley and his team of horticulturalists offer expert advice and friendly service for all gardening requirements. Complete your experience at Abundance Lakeside Dining where you can sit back, relax and dine overlooking the picturesque lake. An innovative and exciting menu prepared by a young and passionate team is offered 7 days a week. You can enjoy breakfast, lunch, delicious morning or afternoon teas, and dinner on Friday and Saturday nights. Take a drive down into the country and experience Abundance for yourself! Closed public holidays. Hinterland To the west of Port Macquarie is true paradise, with breathtaking scenery of rolling hills and lush rainforest. The Hinterland is a truly spectacular sight and is popular with bush walkers, four-wheel drive enthusiasts or those just keen to explore. Take time to discover this region with a day trip or two. Perhaps stay overnight in one of the many cottages or B&B’s scattered along the way. We have outlined some trails you may like to try, or you may prefer to make up your own, but whatever you do don’t miss this vast area of natural beauty. Bellrowan Valley Horseriding has some wonderful trails if you want to take in the breathtaking views on horseback – located in Beechwood, just north of Wauchope. Comboyne A tranquil place of rolling green pastures, forests, streams and waterfalls located about a 1 hour drive from Port Macquarie. Here you’ll find the Boorganna Nature Reserve, a large remnant of the forest that once covered the whole plateau. There is a fantastic 2.7km walking track that starts at the

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picnic area where you can see many differing bird species and lush rainforest plants. Allow a few hours for this.While in Comboyne, you must drive a further 25kms to visit Ellenborough Falls in the Manning Valley - a truly amazing sight as water plunges into a gorge 200m below. There is a viewing platform and a timber walkway for those who would like to walk to the bottom of the falls. Whilst the road is mostly unsealed, it is definitely worth the trip (allow around 45 minutes for the drive from Comboyne). They have two walks, one 500m to the lower falls, and another 700m to the knoll plus there is a Kiosk and picnic facilities which makes it a great lunchtime stop. Lorne and Kendall Whilst part of the Camden Haven, these two small towns also form part of the Hinterland. Kendall ‘The Poets Village’ - is a quiet village with a population of 250 people located just off the Pacific Highway, at Kew. Its vibrancy, diversity and charm fuel Kendall’s community spirit and have earned it a reputation as a great place to live and visit. Named after the Australian poet Henry Kendall, it is a growing community, with its famous golf course, craft and antique stores as well as numerous other tourist attractions. Miss Nellie's Café Life is short - Lick the Spoon! Better still, head to Miss Nellie's Café for a homemade treat and see why this hip, hinterland cafe is one of the most popular hidden treasures of the Hastings! Nestled in the village of Kendall, where the beaches meet the lush scenic valleys of the Camden Haven, Miss Nellie’s is a modern-yet-classic haven for all. Defying the country cafe trend, the decor and vibe is modern with a retro twist, and guests are greeted with a friendly smile and welcoming atmosphere. Enjoy a relaxing coffee, homemade cake or Devonshire tea with Miss Nellie’s jam, or bring family and friends to indulge in the freshly prepared light meal menu (including a generous Gluten- free offering) using the best of the Hastings’ local produce. While you’re there, why not take home some local goodies and gourmet gifts. Open six days (closed Wednesday) 8am-3pm, child and pet friendly, lunch bookings recommended.


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Lake Cathie + Bonny Hills.

Lake Cathie (Pronounced cat-eye) – Located midway between Port Macquarie and Laurieton, Lake Cathie (when open to the ocean) is centered on a large toddler-friendly saltwater lake and is perfect for young families. With fishing and swimming, picnic tables, BBQ facilities and a playground, it is an ideal spot to spend a day. Cathie Beach adjoins the Lake and is a popular swimming beach. There is also a wonderful walking track that takes in both the lake and the ocean.

Bonny Hills Garden Centre Stockists of the largest range of plants in the Hastings region. The massive pond water feature sets the scene for a relaxing real life experience of plants, pots, water features, landscape supplies... everything. Upon entering you’ll find spacious, sealed car parking, and wide wheelchair friendly pathways. Or just come and relax with a great cup of coffee and lunch at The Garden Cafe that overlooks the magnificent dam. The menu is extensive, and coaches are welcome. Then continue to browse through the Garden Centre where you’ll find many fantastic gift ideas, beautiful garden ornaments and water features in their newly renovated gift shop. (See ad page 26).

Bonny Hills South of Lake Cathie, Bonny Hills boasts some of the best coastal views in the region. It is home to the stunning Rainbow Beach, a huge expanse of white sand that goes on forever. The beach is patrolled during summer and has a fantastic picnic and BBQ area with playground equipment. Not only popular for swimming, Rainbow Beach is also an excellent surfing beach for both body boarders and surfers.

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Camden Haven.

Camden Haven The collective name given for the communities scattered along the Camden Haven River including Laurieton, North Haven and Dunbogan at the mouth of the river, stretching to Kew, Kendall, Lorne and Comboyne further inland. With cafes and shopping combined with local charm, the Camden Haven is a wonderful place for a day or a week. It is all about water activities and the lake and river provide plenty of opportunity for fishing, boating and walking along the foreshores. Enjoy the peace and quiet on this magnificent river or grab your fishing rod and throw a line in, you’ll certainly attract the attention of some quizzical pelicans!

Laurieton, North Haven and Dunbogan North Brother Mountain overlooks Laurieton, North Haven and Dunbogan. At the summit (490 metres), in Dooragan National Park, is the North Brother Lookout (accessible via sealed roads), which is not to be missed, offering a superb view over the coastline, the lakes and the mouth of the Camden Haven River. It is one of Australia’s most impressive coastal panoramas. The area is characterised by large stands of rainforest which are rich in native fauna and flora.Take a picnic as they have excellent facilities. Three walks of varying length and difficulty are available if you are feeling energetic. The mountain supports a wide range of vegetation communities, including some of the best examples of old growth blackbutt forest in NSW and pockets of sub-tropical rainforest that provide habitat for gliders, bats and koalas. Laurieton Residential Resort IT HAS been a busy five years for the team at the Laurieton Residential Resort. Since 2014, the team has built one of the best residential resorts in NSW. Not only have they won a clutch of awards, but they've also been setting a new bench-mark for quality and style for over 55's living. With all that's available at the Resort, it's not hard to see why the community is thriving. There are two pools, indoor and out, bowls greens and barbeque and picnic areas that are perfect for when the grandkids visit. For a social evening, you can head to the clubhouse for a resident-led event or catch a movie in the plush theatre room. Now the project is nearing completion, only a few new homes are remaining, including the most spacious models - the Hastings and the Hunter. These homes have designer colour selections, a quality stone kitchen with ample storage, upgraded flooring, upgraded bathroom selections and a turnkey landscaped garden.

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Dunbogan Just past Laurieton, Dunbogan is a little piece of paradise. Beautiful beaches and river fishing make it a unique location catering for everyone. This is home of Kattang Nature Reserve, which boasts the most magnificent views. Enjoy wildlife and native flowers on one of the two walking tracks (see page 64). Pilot Beach A fantastic and secluded beach for the kids, as it is naturally protected. It also has excellent BBQ facilities and a playground area with showers to rinse off. Crowdy Bay National Park

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Camden Haven. North Haven Takeaway & Café A great spot to stop and grab a bite to eat or enjoy a nice cup of Holy Goat coffee. With a park and picnic area opposite and the waterfront nearby, this surf themed cafe offers a great choice of burgers, fresh beer battered fish and chips, homemade hand cut scallops, fresh sandwiches and wraps. Cool down with a mouth watering scoop of ice cream - 24 flavours to choose from - and pick up a loaf of bread and some milk. Open 7 days from 8am until late and extended hours during the holiday periods.

Take the road from Laurieton and head south and you will enter the northern section of Crowdy Bay National Park. This area of parkland was first sighted by Captain Cook in 1770. He saw Aborigines standing on what is now known as Diamond Head and named the promontory Indian Head. In more recent times a man named Ernie Metcalf lived on the headland. He was the subject of ‘The Man on the Headland’ written by Kylie Tennant. He built a hut for Tennant who subsequently gifted it to the park. It was restored in 1980 and is now one of the park’s attractions. Diamond Head itself is quite striking. It rises 113 metres and is edged by the wetlands and heathlands of the coastal plain. The park is ideal for bushwalking, birdwatching, fishing (from the rock platforms you can catch groper, bream, tailor and drummer) and swimming.

Newport Village Port Macquarie Move into your new retirement home in Newport Village, Port Macquarie’s premier Lifestyle Community. Newport Village is a master-planned community, located close to all that Port Macquarie has to offer, only minutes to the city centre, shopping centre, hospitals and medical centres. Whether you enjoy socialising at home in the community or in the local area, there are many choices. Move in and enjoy one of the new architecturally designed homes with a range of floorplans to suit your new lifestyle. Entertainer’s kitchens flow seamlessly to outdoor areas designed to capture the best of the region’s sunny days. Newport Village is pet friendly, has a brand-new bowling green and men’s shed, expansive club house and resort style swimming pool. If you want to use Newport Village as a base for your travels you have the peace of mind knowing that your home is in a secure community and that when you return you can park your caravan in the purpose built storage area (STA).

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Newport Village offers all the benefits of land lease living: No Stamp Duty on the purchase of your home, No Exit Fees and full retention of Capital Gains/Profits There is no better time than the present to make your move, so come for a visit and see how good life can be! Call Pam on 6580 3000 or visit www.newportvillage.com.au


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Burkhardt's Organic The Source of Flour

“Provenance Flour and Malt has taken the standard supply chain and tipped it upside-down to create a Supply Circle with a direct relationship from the farmer, their community and their environment, to bakers and their customers." —John Campbell, Provenance Flour & Malt

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The Supply Circle. On every bag we identify:

Farmer [Simon Doolin]

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-who the farmer is -where the grain was grown -the grain variety -miller or maltster

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Wheat Breeder Pursuit of flavour

—John Campbell, Provenance Flour & Malt

Each bakery customer

FPM Cereal Milling

Burkhardt's Organic [Michael at Bakery]

Where does your flour come from? When was the last time you asked your baker where their flour comes from? Why does it matter? While we, as consumers, are developing a greater interest in the origin of our meat, seafood or vegetables, it’s the bread we eat that is sometimes not considered. Bread for many of us is a daily item. How much does the freshness of the flour, the way it’s processed or the variety of the wheat really matter? It matters a bunch! It was Michael Burkhardt, who is the owner and baker at Burkhardt’s Organic, who began to enlighten me on what it is we are consuming, which

for many of us, is done without much thought. We took it a step further and Michael invited me out to the Mill itself where all his flour is sourced for his bakery in Port Macquarie. If we were attempting to meet the miller or farmer, in most cases we’d probably end up having to visit 10 to 15 silos located all over the country, or perhaps not even in the same country, and that’s if we could trace it at all! This is because flour, on mass scales, is collected, mixed and refined for maximum yield. The difference with using his single origin, single variety flour is that it is not only easy to trace back to the farmer, but the farmer and the miller are located right here in NSW. We

only had to travel to one location in Tamworth, about 3 hours away from Port Macquarie, to meet with Kevin Sherrie who is the Miller at FPM Cereal Milling, and John Campbell who is the wholesaler and founder of Provenance Flour and Malt. It seemed to me that Kevin and John share a passion. It’s their unique process and the attention to retaining maximum flavour and nutrition from the wheat that makes this flour far superior when compared to what is often called a fair average quality grain. Not only that, but their supply circle offers their bakers the best quality flour, is respectful and sustainable to the environment and supportive of

the local community. So we as consumers get the benefit of the exceptional flavour of the bread, and also bread that has not been stripped of the nutrients, or tampered with in the milling process to stretch it out for better yield. FPM Cereal Milling uses unique artisan cold milling technology that maximises the flour’s nutrient bioavailability. So where can you sample some of this top quality and healthy bread? Burkhardt's Organic is located on Short Street in Port Macquarie and the friendly people there are always ready to help. Ask for Michael and he’ll no doubt love to tell you more about why he’s using the flour he uses.

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A SELECTION OF THE BEST IN OUR REGION

Petit chocolate fondants, vanilla honeycomb, cocoa nibs, meringue shards and dark chocolate gelato - The Stunned Mullet Photo: Lindsay Moller

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Exemplary Wine+Cuisine Welcome to The Stunned Mullet Restaurant+Bar

One of Australia’s Premier Destinations for Wine

Located on beautiful Town Beach with a spectacular vista north to Point Plomer, The Stunned Mullet is Port Macquarie’s quintessential dining experience. Established in 2005, the restaurant holds a Good Food Guide (National Edition) Hat, has earned a Trip Advisor's Traveller's Choice rating within Australia in 2013, 2014, 2015, 2016, 2017 and 2018, as well as this year having achieved Gourmet Traveller Wine List of the Year’s highest rating of 3 glasses. The Stunned Mullet is a place where amazing food, incredible wines, great service and relaxed coastal ambience come together perfectly. They look forward to welcoming you at the restaurant in the near future.

The pairing of great wine with great food is also hugely important to them. Their passion for wine, both local and international varietals has led to the creation of an exemplary wine list where oenophiles will be absolutely spoilt for choice. Award Winning Cuisine Their philosophy focuses on the importance of ingredients. They source the freshest of local produce from our beautiful and fertile Hastings region and pair these with innovative, international flavours, letting the results speak for themselves.

Above: Seared scallops, cauliflower, caper berries, pangrattato and prawn cracker Below: Seared fennel ash albactore tuna, dill, orange vinaigrette, horseradish, coriander - The Stunned Mullet Photo: Lindsay Moller

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Botanic Wine Garden Welcome to Botanic Wine Garden...Just like you, they dream of ditching work to sip rosé in the park and of hot summer nights all year long. Come and be a part of what they are – a place to celebrate life with what they know best – food and drink. Their space is local, spreading from the inside out; they're organic in their approach and delivery. The team's background is complex and while they hail from some of the finest dining establishments, they just want to be your favourite neighbourhood joint. The progressive menu comes from North Coast farmers' markets, local producers, fishing boats and oyster leases, country fields and the wondrous meanderings of spirited travellers with passionate palates. Here they believe that every wine has a story to tell, be it about the place, the grape or the winemaker. The Australian orientated wine list is broad enough for you to come by and enjoy wine with them every night or perhaps order something you can't get anywhere else in the world. The Fat Fish If it’s ocean front dining you’re after, then The Fat Fish at Bonny Hills is the obvious choice. It’s only a 20-minute drive south of Port Macquarie but you will feel like you’ve escaped it all. Take in the stunning beach front setting overlooking Rainbow Beach, while Karyn and her team treat you to modern Australian cuisine created from local produce including mouth-watering wild Australian caught seafood. The scrumptious daily specials and delicious desserts will keep you coming back for more! Breakfast, lunch and dinner are served at this little gem by the sea, so be sure to book a table on the balcony and keep your eyes open for dolphins and whales (in season) passing by. Functions including weddings and special private events can all be catered for. (see ad page 3)

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WA T E R F R O N T DESTINATION A TRUE ICON TO PORT MACQUARIE Nestled over the banks of the Hastings River, the Whalebone Wharf is Port Macquarie’s premier seafood restaurant. Established for over 40 years the restaurant is an iconic landmark offering unsurpassed waterfront dining, the finest culinary experiences and world class ambiance. Hatted Executive Chef Peter Ridland (former executive chef of Jonahs, Whale Beach) handcrafts each dish with the freshest produce available in the region, delivering a mouth watering menu including live lobsters from the tank and non seafood options. Children will love feeding the fish on the wharf and talking to resident pelicans and dolphins. Absolute waterfront means you can arrive by seaplane or boat if you choose. A seafood and water lover's dream! The friendly staff look forward to welcoming you. Open 7 days for lunch and dinner. Book through the Whalebone website www.whalebonewharf.com.au

Executive Chef Peter Ridland

269 Hastings River Drive, Port Macquarie Phone: 6583 2334

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Chop 'n Chill Conceived from a personal passion to create a relaxed dining experience unique to Port Macquarie, Chop ‘n Chill showcases an exceptional feel-good Bill of Fare characterising the contrasting culinary styles of East and West. Similarly, the atmosphere at Chop ‘n Chill is infused with a relaxed beach- style Buzz where fabulous waterfront views backdrop their spacious indoor and outdoor dining areas. It’s their pleasure to invite you to come on in, relax and unwind with their easy ambiance, excellent food and friendly service. Pop in for breakfast, lunch or dinner, or anytime in between. If you’re a local they'll do their best to make you feel like you’re on holiday; and if you’re a holiday-maker they’ll show you why they think this little corner of our beautiful seaside Town is so special!

twotriplefour Nestled within the lush Cassegrain Wines Estate, twotriplefour is a proudly local, paddock-to-plate eatery with a focus on championing quality seasonal produce and carefully-crafted wines.  Twotriplefour is built on the philosophy of savour the region. It's the place to relish in a shared feast, indulge in a glass of wine, kick back in our welcoming dining space or enjoy a moment of sun on the patio.  This is the place to slow down, be present and savour everything this exceptional region has to offer.  With the fitting locale, it's no surprise wine is the hero of the bar list, however a hand-selection of local craft beers and bespoke cocktails are well represented also. Planning a big celebration or just looking for an inspiring venue to host your friends or colleagues? Twotriplefour is beautifully equipped to cater for your upcoming event, from intimate soirees, sassy shindigs to larger get-togethers - get in touch with us to chat!

The Westport Club The Westport Club in Port Macquarie is the place where locals love to go to relax on any day of the week! Located on the Hastings River, the Club is home to some of Port’s favourite dining spots, including Aqua Restaurant and Hastings Coffee Co. Pop in for breakfast, lunch or dinner or stop in at Jimmy’s Bar & Lounge where you can choose from more than 100 whiskies! At The Westport Club the service style is friendly and the riverside location means you’ll always enjoy beautiful water views. Members enjoy discounts on all food and drinks and can take advantage of mid-week lunch specials. The Westport Club is open 7 days and offers great social activities such as bingo, housie and trivia. 38

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Finnian's Tavern A modern twist on a classical Irish Tavern. Finnian's Tavern boasts Port Macquarie’s best charcoal grill which will have your steak melting in your mouth. Along with their scrumptious cuisine, they have a massive selection of ice cold beer, wine, spirits and cocktails. All of their energetic and friendly staff have a passion for exceptional food and beverages and strive to deliver outstanding customer service and an enjoyable atmosphere to each one of their valued customers. This family-friendly locally run pub has live music every weekend showcasing Port Macquarie’s most talented artists in rotation with touring acts. So whether you’re looking for a spot for a delicious lunch or dinner, after-work drinks or a few brews or wines to unwind on the weekend, Finnian's Tavern is the place to be. Rivermark Café When you visit Rivermark Cafe, you won’t be disappointed by their uninterrupted views of the beautiful Hastings River. Open seven days for breakfast and lunch, you can sit outside in the covered al fresco dining area and soak in the waterfront atmosphere – you might even see the local dolphins swim pass! Their scrumptious menu strives for freshness and consistency and includes seafood, salad, gourmet burgers, and varied weekly lunch specials. As they are licensed, you can also enjoy a nice glass of vino from their small but interesting boutique wine selection...or simply just pop in for a Merlo coffee and cake from local artisan bakers. Rivermark Café is hugely popular with locals and visitors alike so bookings are recommended particularly on weekends...this is definitely a place not to be missed in Port Macquarie!

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THE H ASTING S REGION H AS A N A M A ZING DIVERSITY OF LO CA L PRODUCE. FROM SE A FO OD TO VEG ET A BLES, PASTURE R A ISED ME A TS TO ORGA NIC FO ODS, YOU CA N ENJOY THESE WONDERFUL PRODUCTS FROM OUR REGION A T M A NY LO CA L REST AUR A NTS + SPECI A L TY STORES . T A K E PLE ASURE IN THE FRESH ING REDIENTS A ND T ASTE THE DIFFERENCE.

Bills Fishhouse + Bar

The Burger Rebellion Port Macquarie’s first Gourmet Burger restaurant and proud to be voted amongst the top ten burger restaurants in Australia by TripAdvisor. After working as a fine dining chef all over the world, owner Matt Conway has returned to introduce Port Macquarie to the world of Gourmet Burgers. Matt’s love of food and all things chilli is evident and the chilli sauce display is a major feature in the shop. For those who dare to indulge, try the loaded fries ! They have some great ales to wash down your burger and are proud to stock local brewery, Moorebeer Brewing Co. Above all, The Burger Rebellion prides itself on providing great quality food in a relaxed and fun atmosphere. All produce is sourced locally and owners Matt and Bec are passionate about getting involved in the local community. Bookings unfortunately cannot be taken but their friendly staff are always waiting for your visit.

Modern simplicity is how this eatery and its menu can be described. Primely positioned in Clarence House, Bills Fishhouse dons a casual urbanity which is echoed throughout the well designed space. There’s a carefully curated sea-to plate menu. The focus has been on staying true to fresh, seasonal ingredients that underpin the brand's ethos of simple, uncomplicated eating. From delectable oysters and whole baked fish to lush quality produce from nearby local suppliers. Chargrilled is the main weapon of choice in the kitchen, and behind the bar, there's a local lineup of craft beers on tap, well executed cocktails and an all NSW wine list to impress even the most developed palate. A foodie's paradise with a buzzing vibe, Bills is the place for a shared feast with friends, celebrating a special occasion or a casual evening drink or tasty bite after a day at the beach. Bills brings people together over a mutual love of good food, good wine and good times.

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CRAF T B EER O N TAP. WI N E AN D CI D ER . D ELICIOUS SHA KES. G LUTEN FREE , VEG ETARIAN , H EALTHY O P TIO NS. the rebellion. People have come to be confused about what the rebellion really is. The rebellion is not in the clothes you wear, it is not in the appearance you portray, it is not in the music you listen to. The rebellion is the process of forgetting everything you know and asking the questions to what everything is again, where you are now questioning everything for you to decide, rewiring your every circuit by erasing everything you know or thought you knew and were taught. The rebellion is tough. The rebellion is not always pretty. The rebellion is first in the mind and the rebel is in the act. — rex x.

PHONE 02 6584 1403 9/6-14 Clarence Street, Port Macquarie Under the Port Pacific Building kindly no bookings available

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The Rainforest Café is set in the beautiful surrounds of Sea Acres Rainforest Centre. Come and enjoy the peace and tranquility of the rainforest surrounds whilst tasting some of their delicious meals, cakes and drinks. Open for breakfast, lunch, morning and afternoon tea 7 days a week. Mike’s Seafood Fancy some fish 'n' chips? Mike's Seafood (next to Rydges) offer freshly cooked seafood cooked in cholesterol free oil, grilled fish and fresh salads. Order takeaway and head over to the nearby Town Green to enjoy your feast while taking in the view of the Hastings River (sunset is highly recommended). Open 7 days from 11am. On Tuesdays from 4.30pm (excluding public and school holidays) buy 1 fish ‘n’ chips and get the second one for just $2 - you simply can’t go wrong! Eating in option also available. Little Fish Restaurant + Vineyard Overlooking the vineyard on the verandah, or sitting on the grass in al fresco dining, the beautiful surroundings of the Innes Lake Vineyard provides a magical setting for anything from a wedding, to lunch with your friends. Originally from Provence in the South of France, Chef Steve Delandemare began cooking at his family’s vineyard and restaurant. His father’s passion for cooking with fresh produce inspired into Steve the foundations needed to become a great chef. Steve brings his wealth of cooking knowledge to the Little Fish with his french inspired menu. Come and experience the unique taste of France for yourself right here in our beautiful Hastings region.

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Destinations of Port Macquarie Blue Water Bar + Restaurant Nestled in rain-forest surrounds behind Flynn's Beach Resort, Blue Water Bar and Restaurant offers a great time for everyone. Located just a short stroll away from the iconic Flynn's Beach in Port Macquarie this locally owned family venue is so much more than a restaurant! With an outdoor children's play area, open space dining and cheeky wildlife, you can enjoy a meal or just a drink in the lush tropical surrounds whilst the kids have fun! Open Tuesday to Sunday for lunch and seven days for dinner, we look forward to welcoming you to Blue Water Bar and Restaurant.

Abundance Garden Centre + Lakeside Dining (page 24) Bonny Hills Garden Centre Cafe (page 26) Little Fish Restaurant + VIneyard (page 45) Miss Nellie's Cafe (page 25) North Haven Takeaway (page 28) Two Triple Four at Cassegrain (page 38) Zoo Cafe at Billabong Zoo (page 11)

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Port Macquarie Golf Club The Port Macquarie Golf Club is a favourite for locals and visitors alike. The Club is popular with those who enjoy great food, great fun or great golf in a safe friendly environment and it has been a part of the community since 1910. Throughout the week, the club hosts poker, bingo, trivia and raffles as well as golf competitions for the swingers. A free courtesy bus is only a phone call away and their friendly staff will pick you up and drop you home safely. The lunch menu provides casual fare whilst at night the team of chefs offer a more substantial range. The great food together with the modern mix of gaming services and clubhouse amenities combine to provide for an enjoyable evening out.

Pancake Place The Pancake Place is an iconic part of the Port Macquarie landscape and has been operating in the same spot for almost 30 years! In that time their menu has evolved to where it is today: a delicious range of pancakes and crepes to suit all palates – and don’t be fooled into thinking they are just a breakfast location. Open for breakfast, lunch and dinner, the choices are vast and varied with a great savoury menu for the adults as well as the kids corner menu for younger family members. Pancake Place with its wondrous bright and colourful decor is truly part of the Port Macquarie holiday experience – make sure you don’t miss out.

Abundance Lakeside Dining Sit back, relax and dine overlooking the picturesque lake. Watch the birds, feed the ducks and be on the lookout for various aquatic visitors. An innovative and exciting menu prepared by a young and passionate team is offered 7 days a week. You can enjoy breakfast, lunch or morning and afternoon teas, and dinner on Friday and Saturday nights. Their house brand ‘Abeandance’ coffee and real leaf tea with delectable cakes, scones and slices made in house make for the perfect treat any time of day The friendly and professional front of house staff will make you welcome and compliment the relaxing and peaceful venue. Functions, parties, baby showers, high teas and beautiful wedding receptions and ceremonies are all catered for. Group bookings and bus tours are welcome and disabled access and parking readily available. Pet friendly for friendly pets on leads... so take a drive into the country and experience Abundance for yourself! Closed public holidays.

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Discover the fruit of our Australian Geographical Indication.

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Providing wine tastings and cellar door sales daily. Enjoy a local cheese platter on the pergola overlooking the vineyards and largest hedge maze in NSW. trading times Open 7 Days 9:00am - 5:00pm where Milligans Road (off Bago Road) Wauchope contact Ph: 6585 7099 | Admission charges applicable to the Bago Maze. See website for full details. Map page 69 bago.com.au

Come along and enjoy the Cassegrain experience. Visit the Cellar Door for a winery tour and tasting of Cassegrain’s award winning range of wines. Enjoy lunch on the deck of the Two Triple Four Restaurant overlooking the picturesque grounds which also play host to an array of functions and events. trading times Cellar Door: Mon-Fri 9am-5pm, Sat, Sun & Pub Hol 10am-5pm Restaurant: Daily 10am-4pm where 10 Winery Drive, Port Macquarie contact Cellar Door: 6582 8324 Map ref. A10 cassegrainwines.com.au


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This charming vineyard and art gallery offers tasting of fine wines, liqueurs and alcoholic ginger beer. Browse the art gallery and sample locally produced treats. The outdoor sculptures are a must see. Picnic, BBQ or hold an event on the beautiful wooden deck overlooking the vines. trading times Open 6 days 10am–5pm for wine tastings and sales. Closed Mondays & Christmas Day. where Corner Cooinda Place & Long Point Drive, Lake Cathie contact Ph: 6585 4598 Map pages 69 & 70 longpointvineyard.com.au

Overlooking the lush vineyards of the Innes Lake Estate and framed by Jacaranda, Poinciana and Magnolia trees, enjoy wine tasting or try their delicious French inspired cuisine. trading times Open 10am to 4pm, Monday to Sunday. Lunch service 11:30am to 2:30pm where 147 The Ruins Way Port Macquarie contact Ph: 6581 1332 Map ref. C17 & page 69 littlefishcafe.com.au

Drop into Douglas Vale through the bamboo arch and discover our secret. Sample wines dating back to the original vines planted in 1863. Bring a picnic or enjoy our cheese platters. trading times at, Sun & Wed, 10am-3pm Enjoy free tours of the beautiful grounds and homestead. Groups tours, wedding and function bookings available. where 235 Oxley Hwy Port Macquarie contact Ph: 02 6584 3792 Map ref. G10 douglasvale.com.au summer 2019/20

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Come and experience a little slice of Melbourne, right in the heart of Port! Meg + Me Boutique + Espresso offers discerning customers the ultimate retail therapy experience. The clever combination of boutique shopping together with a “hole in the wall” style espresso bar creates a relaxed, comfortable environment where everyone is made to feel welcome. Allow Lusanna and "The Girls” to style an outfit for you from their exclusive labels including ELK, The Ark, Lounge The Label, POL and more, or select that perfect gift from their bespoke collection of jewellery, leather goods, accessories, Glasshouse Candles and homewares. Situated on the sunny side of the street, this little oasis is also home to Ant's onsite espresso bar which is well known among the locals for consistently outstanding coffee and service.

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Take time to reconnect at the unique Beauty | Dermal Clinic of VANITY Medi Spa where the dedicated and award winning professional friendly team will treat you to the ultimate experience - relax and prepare to be pampered in the new-look tranquil premises! Their highly trained skin care therapists deliver a variety of Beauty Treatments using the chosen professional skin care line and results driven SOTHYS, and their specialised treatments include anti-ageing Facial treatments, Dermal treatments of HydraFacial, Dermalux LED therapy, Microdermabrasion, Skin Needling and Clinical Peels. The many pure relaxation rituals to choose from are a chance to treat yourself, and with their double room, picturesque marina location and ample parking, it’s the perfect spot for your time-out! Reconnect at Vanity Medi Spa where it is all just for YOU!

↑ Arthouse Industries A must visit for one of a kind gifts including unique hand made jewellery, ceramic, silver, glass and mixed media, homewares, women’s clothing and art. Watch local award winning glass artist Skye work with molten glass to create one of her beautiful jewellery pieces right there in front of you in the shop studio. With a focus on Australian designed and locally produced, you’ll also find a selection of art from local artisans including paintings, sculptures and prints. This creative space is the perfect place to find that unique piece for yourself or someone special. Open Monday to Friday 10am – 5pm, Saturday 10am – 2pm, and Sundays 10am-2pm from November to February.

→ The Department Store If you love discovering something different, the Department Store is an iconic shopping destination offering hand-picked treasures, designer labels and unique finds. You can spend hours in the flagship store in Wauchope’s High Street, indulge in morning tea at Port Macquarie’s in-store café or enjoy a day trip to their Laurieton store. The Department Store is a mecca for those who love to browse, stocking labels and high-quality products that can’t be found in chain stores. Shopping here is an experience not to be missed and people travel from far and wide, especially during the Christmas holidays when Wauchope store’s windows come alive. In addition to fashion and footwear for men, women and children, the Department Store offers manchester, appliances, kitchenware, homewares, furniture, toys and giftware for a wide range of ages and tastes.

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Local Markets. TH E FO R E S H O R E M A R K E T (Port Macquarie-Hastings Farmers & Artists) 2nd Saturday of the month 8am - 1pm (Map H8) Westport Park, Cnr Buller & Park Sts, Port Macquarie

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For something a little different, head to the Foreshore Market every second Saturday of the month nestled on the waterfront at Westport Park. Unique handmade arts and crafts highlight the event with a diverse mix of other stalls, from gourmet foods, locally grown produce, flowers, clothing (including vintage), and handmade jewellery. With its strong cultural element and community environment, this market brings quirky, style, and the alternative to the Mid North Coast market scene. The Artist Market is so much more than a market day; it’s the creation of a community meeting place that makes it special! On the fourth Sunday of each month in the gorgeous grounds of The Maritime Museum, this eclectic market brings together colourful works by local artisans and artists; stalls featuring locally grown, made or baked, farm fresh produce and fine food products, free community workshops, local musician performances, and drumming workshops.

→ Emerald & Me Boutique

Get set for an exciting Spring/Summer season at their Colonial Arcade store. With a lovely array of stock, quality service is always the focus here and their goal is to create wearable, comfortable lifestyle dressing with Australian and International labels. Exciting new labels are showcased in store this summer including some beautiful linen and divine prints from ‘Johnny Was’. Summer is bright at Emerald & Me and they look forward to welcoming you for a happy retail experience!

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THE ARTIST MARKETS 4th Sunday of the month 9am - 1pm (Map M8) Maritime Museum, 6 William Street, Port Macquarie P O R T M AC Q UA R I E A R T S O C I E T Y M A R K E T BA Z A A R Every Sunday 8am - 1pm (Map C7) Hamilton House, 198 Hastings River Dr, Port Macquarie R E A L FO O D LO CA L PR O D U C E M A R K E T S Every Tuesday 12pm - 6pm (Map J8) Port Central, Hay St Forecourt, Port Macquarie WAU C H O PE FA R M E R S’ M A R K E T S 4th Saturday of the month 8am - 12pm (Map pg 70) Wauchope Showground, High St, Wauchope L AU R I E TO N R IVE RWA LK M A R K E T 3rd Sunday of the month 8am - 1pm (Map pg 70) Cnr Tunis & Short Sts, Laurieton K E N DA LL BA Z A A R + TH E M E E TI N G PL AC E Every Thursday 9am - 12noon (Map pg 69) Kendall Community Centre, 19 Comboyne St, Kendall G R OWN + GATH E R E D M A R K E T 1st Sunday of the month 9am - 12pm (except January) (Map pg 69) Hollisdale Hall, 1493 Pappinbarra Rd, Hollisdale UNITING CHURCH MARKETS 1st Saturday of the month 8am - 11am (Map Ref D12) Cnr Oxley Highway & Sherwood Rd, Port Macquarie > For more markets information visit our website discoverportmacquarie.com.au


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Family Fun+Adventure. THERE ARE FIVE SKATE PARKS LOCATED WITHIN THE PORT MACQUARIE, WAUCHOPE AND CAMDEN HAVEN AREAS:

Port Macquarie Skate Park SUITED FOR Beginners to elite - offering the best view in town to skate by! FEATURES Sick bowl with metal coping and plaza style street area with mini-half pipe, fun boxes, quarter pipe and manual/grind boxes. LOCATION Town Beach Reserve, Port Macquarie (Map Ref K8) Wauchope Skate Park SUITED FOR Beginners to intermediate FEATURES Mini ramp that hips into street staking area, street elements including banks, quarters, A framed fun box, rails, manual pad and jersey barrier. LOCATION Andrews Park, Cameron Street, Wauchope (Map page 70) Kendall Skate Park SUITED FOR Beginners to intermediate FEATURES Mini half pipe, transition one side with metal coping, bank on the other and a manual/grind box to the side of the half pipe. LOCATION Adjacent to Kendall Swimming Pool, Graham Street, Kendall (Map page 70) Laurieton Skate Park SUITED FOR Beginners to intermediate FEATURES Mellow transitioned banked roll in, fun box, quarter pipe with metal coping, manual/grind box and rail. LOCATION Adjacent to Vince Inmon Fields, Castle Street, Laurieton (Map page 70) Bonny Hills Skate Park SUITED FOR All levels FEATURES Two connecting stages including quarter pipe, step bank and manual/grind box, curved transition bank to mini half pipe, massive fun box and more. LOCATION Adjacent to Community Hall Reserve, Ocean Drive, Bonny Hills (Map page 70) Skate Park information courtesy of Port Macquarie-Hastings Council.

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Walks in our National Parks, Reserves + Forests. Sea Acres Rainforest Centre

Mount Boss State Forest

Located within the Sea Acres National Park and set amongst rare subtropical rainforest, this NSW National Parks Information Centre offers visitors inspiring nature based and cultural experiences along a 1.3 km elevated wheelchair and stroller friendly boardwalk. Take a stroll with one of our Rainforest Guides or meander at your own pace whilst taking in the sounds and beauty of the surrounding rainforest. Immerse yourself in the local aboriginal Birpai story in the Spirit of the Land Exhibit. Sea Acres also offers a beautiful range of unique sustainable gifts, including Aboriginal Art, homewares, educational toys and books. Complete your visit with a delicious lunch, morning or afternoon tea while relaxing on the deck of the Rainforest Café. 5km south of the CBD, or a short diversion from the coastal 9am to 4.30pm 7 walk, the centre is days. For more information please phone the Rainforest Centre on 6582 3355. Map ref P15

Located only a short drive from Wauchope, Mount Boss State Forest is a favourite to our locals. Cobrabald visitor areas offer two separate camping areas; Wild Bull which has BBQ facilities, picnic shelter and a deep, cool waterhole, and the Bluff Picnic Area further down river which has interesting rock formations, swimming holes and a quiet, secluded spot perfect for small groups or couples. Map page 69 Burrawan State Forest Located just 10 kilometres south of Wauchope you will find the world’s largest Red Bloodwood tree! Tourism awardwinning ‘Old Bottlebutt’ is unique in shape with its flared ‘butt’ with a girth of more than 16 metres. At 51 metres high and over 200 years old, this magnificent tree is the main feature on a beautiful 600 metre loop walking track that starts and ends at the Burrawan picnic area. From Wauchope travel south on the Bago Road

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10 kilometres, then turn left onto Internal Break Road and follow the signs. 24 hours, 7 days including public holidays Map page 69 Boorganna Nature Reserve A significant remnant of the extensive rainforest that once covered the Comboyne Plateau, the reserve protects 396 hectares of diverse vegetation ranging from Eucalypt forest to subtropical rainforest. Stroll the 2.7km walk that starts at the picnic area and descends through the tranquil rainforest to Rawson Falls. The return trip (uphill) takes about 2 hours at a steady pace. Bring your bird book, as the reserve is very popular for bird watching (best observed during the early hours of the day). Map page 69 Dooragan National Park on North Brother Mountain Overlooking Queens Lake and Camden Haven, the viewing platforms at the summit offer the most breath-taking views and are a must to visit. There is an easy 30 minute walk through lush rainforest, or try the Top Track which is a moderate 1 hour walk. You can return to the summit or continue on the Laurieton Track, which is a demanding 2 hour walk. Make sure to have a vehicle waiting at the other end. Map page 69 Kattang Nature Reserve Accessed through Laurieton and across the Dunbogan bridge, the main feature is the majestic Perpendicular Point with its spectacular vertical cliffs plummeting 40 metres to the sea below. The reserve is surrounded by rock platforms, with the Camden River estuary to the north. The Flower Bowl Circuit (2km) is an easy walk with stunning coastal views or try the Perpendicular Point Walk (3.6km return) with panoramic views. Map page 69 Crowdy Bay National Park es Ruins

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DELICIOUS DISCOVERIES. N OT E Please phone or check websites for exact opening hours. FINNIAN'S TAVERN 97 Gordon Street, Port Macquarie Phone 6583 4646 finnians.com.au

BLUE WATER BAR + RESTAURANT Ocean Street, Port Macquarie Phone: 6583 5730 bluewaterbarandrestaurant.com.au

LITTLE FISH RESTAURANT + VINEYARD 147 The Ruins Way, Port Macquarie Phone 6581 1332 littlefishcafe.com.au

BOTANIC WINE GARDEN Shop 3, Garrison Building 26 Clarence Street, Port Macquarie Phone 6584 3685 botanicwinegarden.com.au

MEG&ME ESPRESSO 12/6-14 Clarence Street Port Macquarie Phone 6583 7773 megandme.com.au

BURKHARDT’S ORGANIC 1/15 Short Street, Port Macquarie Phone 6583 4699 facebook.com/Burkhardt's Organic

MEKONG RESTAURANT ON THE RIVER 75 Clarence Street, Port Macquarie Phone 6583 8001 mekongrestaurant.com.au

CHOP 'N CHILL 17-19 Horton St, Port Macquarie Phone 6583 9155 chopandchill.com.au

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Stock up on all your essential cooking ingredients for cuisines from all four corners of the globe. The hardest decision will be which recipe will you be cooking tonight? trading times Mon to Fri 9am - 5.30pm / Sat 8.30am - 2.30pm contact Ph: 6584 6268 facebook.com/gourmandingredients where Shop 3, 23-41 Short Street (across from Coles) Port Macquarie Map ref J9

BURKHARDT’S ORGANIC BAKERY

Michael Burkhardt is passionate about producing quality healthy bakery goods including breads, savouries & cakes. They use only Australian organic flour & hand harvested sea salt, and offer a wide range of gluten free products. trading times Mon to Fri 7am - 4pm / Sat 7am - 2pm contact Ph: 6583 4699 Burkhardt's Organic where 1/15 Short Street, Port Macquarie Map ref J9

KEN LITTLE’S QUALITY FRUIT & VEG

Here you will find all the quality fresh produce you need - fruits, vegetables, fresh herbs & more. With colourful displays and friendly service, you will leave with a smile. Open 7 days. Organics on Tuesday. trading times Mon to Fri 7am-6pm / Sat 7am-5pm / Sun 9am-2pm contact Ph: 6583 5685 | kenlittlesfruitandveg.com.au orders@kenlittlefruitandveg.com.au Ken Littles Fruit and Veg, Port Macquarie kel@kenlittles where 43 Munster St, Port Macquarie Map ref K9

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At Organics MattR they support our local farmers & producers. They stock certified organic fruit n veg, meat, beauty products, essential oils, gifts, groceries & eco friendly items. Come in & have a chat with their friendly & passionate staff. trading times Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday and Friday 9am-5:30pm Thurs 9am-7:30pm / Sat 9am-4:30pm / Sun 10am-4pm contact Ph: 0414 424 686 organicsmattr.com.au / facebook.com/OrganicsMattR where Top level at Port Central SC (check Facebook) or Tuesdays at Real Food Markets (Port Central Glasshouse forecourt) Map ref K8

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One of Port Macquarie’s most delightful shops - World PARTEA - dedicated to the Art of Tea. Plus a charming range of tea accessories and quality gifts. You will find over 200 hand blended natural Teas, Herbal Tisanes and Fruit Infusions. Enjoy a free tastings at the Tea Bar and you can order a ‘take away’ of your favourite blend. trading times Mon - Fri 9am - 5pm; Sat 9am -3pm, Sun 10am -2pm contact Ph: 6581 4833 where Shop 2/1 Hay Street, Port Macquarie Map ref K8

WANIOR A VILL AG E BUTC HERY

Stop by this locally loved butcher for all of your meat and poultry needs with great customer service. Crowned the Mid North Coast Sausage King in 2019 for their Traditional Beef Sausages and top three in Australia, they provide quality meat, gluten free products and much more. Try their sausages and you be the judge! trading times Mon to Fri 6am - 5.30pm / Sat 6am - 12 noon contact Ph: 6582 3512 / Find them on Facebook + Instagram where Shop 4, Waniora Parkway, Waniora Shopping Village, Port Macquarie Map ref L14 summer 2019/20

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Aston Hill Motor Lodge

Beachside Holiday Apartments Private residential location surrounded by parkland 100 m off Hastings River Drive only 3 minutes drive from Port Central. 16 modern spacious 4 star motel rooms and 6 motel style luxury apartments. You will not be disappointed. where: 15 Mort St, Port Macquarie phone: (02) 6583 3266 astonhillportmacquarie.com.au

Opposite the beautiful Flynns Beach. 29 Fully self-contained 1, 2 & 3 bedroom apartments. With kitchen, laundry & air conditioning, many with spa baths. Heated pool, rooftop BBQ terrace with spectacular ocean views, free WiFi & Foxtel. where: 48 Pacific Dr, Port Macquarie phone: (02) 6583 9544 beachsideholidays.com MAP REF: N11

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Beaches Resort Holiday Apartments

Beach House Holiday Apartments

The ideal location of Beaches Holiday Apartments puts the holidaymaker opposite the beautiful patrolled Flynns Beach. 19 Self-contained apartments, air conditioning, large saltwater heated pool, BBQ & cabana. where: 55 Pacific Dr, Port Macquarie phone: (02) 6584 4433 beachesholidayresort.com.au

8 fully self-contained 1, 2 & 3 bedroom apartments conveniently located across the road from Town Beach, and only a 5 minute walk into town. All apartments have AirCon, free WiFi, foxtel, fully equipped kitchen and internal laundry. where: 7 Lord Street, Port Macquarie phone: (02) 6584 1084 beachhouseholidayapartments.com

MAP REF: N11

East Port Motor Inn

MAP REF: L8

Edgewater Holiday Park Located within 5 mins walk to Town Beach or the CBD, they offer affordable stylish accommodation with cable TV & broadband. Most rooms have private balconies and there is a BBQ area with swimming pool. where: Cnr. Lord & Burrawan St, PMQ phone: (02) 6583 5850 eastportmotorinn.com.au

Absolute river frontage with jetty for fishing and boat launching. Swimming pool, putt putt golf and playground. From budget to luxury, deluxe cabins, ensuite sites for vans or tents and drive through sites. where: 221 Hastings River Dr, PMQ phone: 1800 228 800 edgewaterholidaypark.com.au

MAP REF: L9

El Paso Motor Inn

Escape At Nobbys Offering free WiFi & free breakfast, El Paso Motor Inn backs onto The Hastings River located in Port Macquarie’s CBD. All air-conditioned rooms at El Paso Inn feature a flat-screen TV. Some rooms also feature a private balcony overlooking the pool area. where: 29 Clarence St, Port Macquarie phone: (02) 6583 1944 elpasomotorinn.com.au MAP REF: K8

Flynns Beach Resort

MAP REF: N11

Ki-Ea Apartments

MAP REF: N12

Perfectly positioned on the headland, the Ibis Styles Port Macquarie boasts beautiful rooms, spa baths, cable TV and stunning water views, most rooms have private balconies. The hotel also offers two guest lounges and outdoor area with swimming pool. where: 1 Stewart St, Port Macquarie phone: (02) 6583 1200 ibisstylespm.com.au MAP REF: L8

Lighthouse Beach Holiday Village Ideally located just a short stroll from Town Beach & Port Macquarie’s CBD, restaurants and cafes. Spacious resort style studio, 2, 3 & 4-bedroom self-contained apartments. Heated pool, spa, sauna, BBQ facilities, free Foxtel, parking & unlimited Wi-Fi. Guest rooftop BBQ & hot tub with expansive ocean views. where: 67 William St, Port Macquarie phone: 1800 008 575 ki-ea.com.au | @KieaApartments MAP REF: L8

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Two Beach Houses and Six Townhouses. Fully self-contained, 3 bedroom, family friendly beachside accommodation – opposite Nobbys Beach. Less than 4km from town & just steps away from stunning beaches, lush rainforests, coastal walks, shops & restaurants. where: 74 Pacific Drive, Port Macquarie phone: (02) 6584 6006 escapeatnobbys.com.au Ibis Styles Port Macqaurie

The ultimate in relaxation in our modern, spacious 2 bedroom apartments, catering ideally for families. Air conditioned, private balconies, 2 swimming pools, tennis court, gym, play activities and only 3 minutes to Flynns Beach. where: Cnr Pacific Drive & Ocean St, PMQ phone: 1800 833 338 flynnsbeachresort.com.au

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Well equipped cabins, powered sites for holidaymakers with their own vans, and campers are welcome on the shady grassed areas of the Village. The Village has its own shop, pool, BBQs and playground, only a short stroll to the beach. where: 140 Matthew Flinders Dr, PMQ phone: (02) 6582 0581 lighthousebeachholidayvillage.com.au MAP REF: M19


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Macquarie Barracks Motor Inn

Macquarie Waters Boutique Apartment Hotel

Port Macquarie’s newest 4 star motel. Conveniently located, offering spacious air-conditioned rooms, with satellite TV, some with LCD screens. Enjoy fine dining on the new poolside deck in our fully licensed Governor’s Restaurant. where: 103 Hastings River Dr, PMQ phone: (02) 6583 5333 macquariebarracks.com.au

Award winning 4.5 star property in the heart of Port Macquarie close to the waterfront, beaches & shopping. Stylish hotel rooms, 1, 2 & 3 bedroom self-contained apartments. Heated pool, spas, roof deck & The Corner restaurant open 7 days for relaxed dining. where: 11 Clarence St, Port Macquarie phone: (02) 6584 5755 macquariewaters.com.au MAP REF: K8

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Mantra Quayside

Marina Holiday Park Ultimate CBD location featuring contemporary studio, one and two bedroom apartments, free security parking, stunning rooftop with heated lap pool, gym, BBQ and lounge area! Walk to restaurants, shops and beach. where: Cnr William & Short St, PMQ phone: (02) 6588 4000 quaysideportmacquarie.com.au

Situated on the beautiful Hastings River, we offer 12 ensuite cabins and powered/ un-powered sites. The park has a full range of facilities including kiosk, swimming pool and jetty on the river! Yes, you can bring your pets! where: 52-60 Settlement Point Rd, PMQ phone: (02) 6583 2353 marinaholidaypark.com

MAP REF: J8

Mercure Centro Hotel

MAP REF: G5

Northpoint Apartments Luxurious fully self-contained apartments, with private balconies and spectacular ocean views. Situated only 150 m from the town centre and a 7 min flat walk to the beach, with cafes, restaurants and shopping at your doorstep. where: 2 Murray St, Port Macquarie phone: 1800 210 222 northpointapartments.com.au

72 spa and guest rooms, modern contemporary design and decor, undercover security parking, heated pool, bar, restaurant, day spa and meeting room. where: 103 William St, Port Macquarie phone: 1300 786 989 centrohotel.com.au MAP REF: K8

NRMA Port Macquarie Breakwall Holiday Park

MAP REF: K8

The Observatory By Mantra Overlooking Town Beach and a short riverfront stroll to town centre. Choice of stylish hotel rooms and 1, 2 or 3 bed apartments and penthouses. The North Coast’s most awarded hotel. Indoor pool, spa, sauna, BBQ entertainment area, restaurants and day spa. where: 40 William St, Port Macquarie phone: (02) 6586 8000 observatory.net.au

Set overlooking the iconic Breakwall and Hastings River, moments from the beach and city centre. Choose to relax in a selfcontained cabin or on a grassy caravan and camping site. Plus, enjoy a resort-style pool and all the essential facilities. where: 1 Munster St, Port Macquarie phone: (02) 6583 2755

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Oxley Cove Holiday Apartments Enjoy your next holiday in tropical surrounds; the apartments are situated just 300 m from Town Beach and only minutes from Town Centre. All the apartments are fully self-contained and all with undercover parking. where: 29 Owen St, Port Macquarie phone: (02) 6583 1855 oxleycoveapartments.com.au MAP REF: M9

Port Pacific Resort

MAP REF: L8

Port Aloha Park the car and forget it! On a quiet side street in the CBD, Port’s restaurants, shops and beaches are within an easy walk. Relax in our solar heated pool or enjoy a BBQ on the deck. where: 3 School St, Port Macquarie phone: (02) 6583 1455 portaloha.com.au MAP REF: K8

Ramada Resort Flynns Beach Spacious 1, 2 & 3 bedroom apartments in the heart of town. FREE Wi-Fi, undercover security parking and use of the resorts nonmotorised water sports equipment. Recently renovated and refurbished. Short stroll to the beach, river, restaurants & shops. where: 6-14 Clarence St, Port Macquarie phone: (02) 6583 8099 portpacific.com.au MAP REF: K8

Only 150 metres from Flynns beach, all apartments are self-contained from spacious studios to 3 bedroom penthouses. Heated swimming pool, sauna, gym and spa, outdoor lounge decks, pool table, children’s play area and games. where: 14-20 Flynn St, Port Macquarie phone: (02) 6589 9688 wyndhamap.com.au MAP REF: M11

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Rydges Port Macquarie

Sails Resort (by Rydges) Offering 103 beautifully appointed and spacious rooms in a splendid setting, complemented by 16 self-contained apartments. With the cosmopolitan buzz of town centre just a stone’s throw away and beaches at your doorstep. where: 1 Hay St, Port Macquarie phone: (02) 6589 2888 rydges.com/portmacquarie

Offering 83 superbly appointed Guest Rooms, Studio and Executive Suites with balconies or terraces, water or garden views. Facilities include pool, spas, steam room, cocktail bar, restaurant, tennis courts, room service and more. where: 20 Park St, Port Macquarie phone: 1800 025 271 sailsresort.com.au

MAP REF: K8

Sandcastle Apartments

MAP REF: G7

Shelly Beach Resort Directly opposite Town Beach, choose from 1, 2 or 3 bedroom fully self-contained luxurious apartments. Relax in your spa bath and enjoy the 180 degree spectacular ocean views. Stunned Mullet Restaurant on-site. where: 12-24 William Street, PM phone: (02) 6583 8888 sandcastleportmacquarie.com.au

Located only 5 minutes from town, and right near Shelly Beach and Sea Acres, offering 1 and 2 bedroom fully selfcontained townhouses, parking at your door. tennis court, spa, BBQ, games room, kids playground and WI-FI. where: 156 Pacific Dr, Port Macquarie phone: (02) 6582 3978 shellybeachresort.com.au MAP REF: N15

MAP REF: L8

South Pacific Apartments

Timbertown Resort & Motel

We have 41 Self-Contained modern apartments with 1, 2 or 3 Bedrooms opposite beautiful Flynns Beach. With heated outdoor spa, swimming pool & children’s wading pool with rain dome. BBQ & gazebo area. Free WIFI & Foxtel, & secure undercover parking. where: 37 Pacific Dr, Port Macquarie phone: 02 6583 8033 southpacificpm.com.au

Next to Timbertown Heritage Park. 26 unit motel offering Executive & Family accommodation & cabins. Swimming pool, tennis court, licensed on site restaurant, open daily for breakfast & available for functions. Other restaurants close by. Close to Wauchope Golf Course. where: 230 High St, Wauchope phone: (02) 6586 0699 timbertownresort.com

MAP REF: N11

Town Beach Beachcomber Resort

MAP REF: PG 70

Vacation Village Fully self-contained apartments nestled on nearly 2 hectares of gardens on the river. Resort facilities include tennis courts, spa, sauna, pool, games room, BBQ areas, bowling green, mini golf, squash court and much more! where: 50 Settlement Point Rd, PMQ phone: 1300 78 55 99 classicholidays.com.au

Studio and 2 bedrooms, fully furnished self-contained holiday apartments with ocean views. Swimming pool, children’s wading pool, heated spa, and BBQs. Just a 3 min stroll to town Beach and 10 min walk to town centre. where: 54 William St, Port Macquarie phone: (02) 6584 1881 beachcomberresort.com.au MAP REF: L8

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YHA Ozzie Pozzie Backpackers

Waters Edge Port Macquarie Waters Edge Port Macquarie features 61 well appointed rooms and is located on the banks of the beautiful Hastings River. Just a one minute walk to the town centre and close to breathtaking beaches and tourist outlets. where: 1 Buller Street, Port Macquarie phone: (02) 6583 2955 watersedgepm.com.au MAP REF: J8

Port Macquarie YHA is more like a resort than a hostel. Relax in the poolside cabana, swim, or snooze in a hammock under palm trees. Town, shops, riverside cafes and bars are 5 minutes walk away. where: 36 Waugh St, Port Macquarie phone: (02) 6583 8133 ozziepozzie.com MAP REF: H9

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