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The weather in Port Macquarie
This is the climate diagram in Port Macquarie. During January, maximum temperatures go up to more than 22° Conversely, July is the coolest month in Port Macquarie, with temperatures going under 8°. The rainiest month is January while the driest month is January.
Relax on the Beach in a Holiday Home in Port Macquarie
Port Macquarie has the wild natural beauty that is typical of Australia, but with all the conveniences of a mid-size coastal city. In Port Macquarie, there are options for every traveller, whether you’re a family that needs plenty of activities to keep the kids happy or you’re just looking to relax but still be comfortable. Port Macquarie is known for its wide beaches with pristine facilities, whale watching opportunities, and adventure sports. The town is also very proud of the fact that it has the largest population of koalas on the east coast. Port Macquarie has beautiful beachside condominiums and homes with pools and lawns to give you space to spread out, relax, and enjoy your vacation.
A culture of local and organic cuisine
Port Macquarie is a foodie’s paradise, with fresh organic produce, wine and coffee that’s locally sourced. After you’ve spent a day swimming on Town Beach, sip some local wine at the Botanic Wine Garden nearby. Also close by is Drury Lane Eatery, a farm-to-table breakfast and dinner place that encourages family style meals.
If you’re up for a trip out of town, there are numerous wineries, organic farms where you can shop and dine on the spot. Rockin’ Oysters is a string of oyster farms near Camden Haven. Call ahead for a tour and sample some of Australia’s most famous oysters right on the spot. A half hour drive from town is Bago Maze and Winery, where you can let the kids wander in a hedge labyrinth while you sample some wine. Little Fish Cafe and Restaurant is a 10-minute drive from downtown Port Macquerie. It’s a lush garden setting overlooking the Innes Lake Estates Vineyards where you can dine on simple, fresh, French-inspired cuisine.
Activities with children
Port Macquarie has enough activities to keep any kid happy: sea shelling and swimming on one of the 17 beaches, a koala hospital, a koala sculpture trail, horseback riding, a rainforest walk, the Timbertown heritage park, dolphin and whale watching, and sea boat cruises.
Koalas are at the heart of Port Macquarie’s culture. The Koala Hospital is a not for profit research and rehabilitation centre for koalas that is open to the public every day of the year. Go see the koalas up close every afternoon around feeding time with a guided tour. There’s also the world famous Koala Sculpture Trail, a scavenger hunt style trail around Port Macquarie of koala statues, painted by local artists and residents. It’s a site your child will never forget.
Escape the city
If you want to escape the city for a day, Port Macquarie is a gateway to Australia’s more remote nature spots and quaint villages. An hour and a half south of Port Macquarie is Camden Haven, a small port village at the mouth of Camden River. The drive down to Camden Haven has dramatic coastal views and plenty of stops for fresh seafood meals. And then there’s the UNESCO World Heritage site of Lord Howe’s Island, accessible by flight from Port Macquarie. A tiny island with only a few hundred inhabitants, Lord Howe’s Island is a pristine paradise of coastal reefs, volcanic remnants, lush forest and sparkling blue water.
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