Port Macquarie Region Visitor Information
Explore the Beauty of Port Macquarie Region
Located on the mid-north coast of New South Wales, Port Macquarie Region offers many fun activities and attractions to visitors. Here are some of the reasons to visit:
Port Macquarie Region is home to some of the best beaches in Australia, such as Town Beach, Flynns Beach, and Lighthouse Beach. Whether you want to surf, swim or sunbathe, you'll find a beach that suits your needs.
Nature and Wildlife
The region has a number of national parks, such as the Dooragan National Park, Billabong Koala Park, and Sea Acres Rainforest Centre. Here you can explore the native flora and fauna, including kangaroos, koalas, and different species of birds.
Port Macquarie has a rich Aboriginal history, which can be explored at locations such as the Mid-North Coast Maritime Museum or by taking a cultural tour with a local indigenous guide. Other important sites to visit include the Port Macquarie Historic Cemetery, the historic Courthouse and St Thomas’ Anglican Church.
Food and Wine
Port Macquarie Region has many award-winning wineries and restaurants. Visitors can enjoy the locally sourced food and wine at vineyards such as Bago Vineyards and Restaurant, and enjoy a wine tasting with stunning views.
The region offers a range of outdoor activities such as fishing, kayaking, and whale watching. You can also take a scenic flight over the coast, go skydiving or parasailing for an adrenaline rush.
Finally, Port Macquarie region offers an extensive range of accommodation options. From eco-cabins and caravan parks to luxury resorts and hotels, there is something to suit everyone's budget and preference.
Plan your trip to Port Macquarie Region and experience the beauty of this stunning coastal location.