The Alma Doepel is a resplendent three-masted trading vessel built in 1903, now spending its retirement as Port Macquarie’s centrepiece.
One of Port’s loveliest colonial buildings, the historic courthouse was used from its opening in 1869 right up until 1986.
Glasshouse Regional Gallery
This dynamic multilevel space provides an interesting overview of local creativity, and hosts regular touring exhibitions from...
An enviable position right on the grassy water’s edge makes this place perfect for lazy afternoon drinks. DJs and live bands crank up on...
We love the slogan – ‘It’s all good!’ And it is. This great little takeaway specialises in paper parcels of fishy goodness. After 4.30pm...
3/2 Horton St · interesting places nearby
The verandah view across Town Green to the water provides the perfect setting for a treat-yourself dinner. Seafood is the chef’s special talent, from the simple (grilled dory and chips) to the exceptional (king prawns and goats-cheese gnocchi). Lunch set menus ($20) are a cheaper option.