Port Macquarie Historical Museum
This building is camouflaged by an uninspiring array of fast-food shops.
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 (opened 2009) was built on the site of convict overseers’ cottages; archaeological artefacts from...
The enviable position right on the grassy water’s edge makes this place perfect for lazy afternoon drinks. As the wee hours draw near,...
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...
22 Clarence St · interesting places nearby
Port Macquarie Historical Museum information
An 1836 house has been transformed into this surprisingly interesting little museum. Aboriginal and convict history are given due regard before more eclectic displays take over, including a 'street of shops' and a display of beautiful old clothes (including a whole section on underwear).