Port Macquarie Historical Museum
An 1836 house has been transformed into this surprisingly interesting little museum. Aboriginal and convict history are given due regard...
One of Port’s loveliest colonial buildings, the historic courthouse was used from its opening in 1869 right up until 1986.
This civic and architectural showpiece was built on the site of convict overseers’ cottages; archaeological artefacts are on display in...
Zebu Bar & Grill
Muddled, shaken and infused are overused words at this popular cocktail lounge at the Rydges Hotel. Live music, pizzas and the...
This agreeable, unreconstructed Italian eatery has good coffee and reasonably priced pasta, risotto and grills. Book ahead on Tuesday...
11 Clarence St · interesting places nearby
Corner Restaurant information
This sleek operation has a definite Sydney-ish sheen, starting with the excellent daytime cafe fare such as house-cured salmon and inventive risottos. Dinner heads into fine-dining territory with a modern, appealing menu and attentive staff.