A crescent-shaped drop of basalt in the Tasman Sea, around 600 kilometres east of Port Macquarie, Lord Howe Island has a setting so wild and wonderful that Lord Howe has earned a UNESCO listing for natural beauty – one of only four global archipelagos bestowed such acclaim. It’s also the only Australian destination to make Lonely Planet’s list of the top destinations to visit in 2020, coming in at number five. (more…)Read More
Enjoy a truly unique perspective of Australia’s World Heritage listed tropical rainforest as you glide just metres above the pristine rainforest canopy before descending to explore the forest floor at Red Peak and Barron Falls.
Tasmania is one of the most beautiful parts of Australia, with an array of natural and historical sights to see. It’s also the smallest state in Australia, so you can explore many different places in a short period of time … perfect for a mini road trip!
Families have been flocking to Port Macquarie’s golden beaches and seaside caravan parks for generations, with surf, sun and summertime ice-creams too hard to resist. And the appeal won’t end anytime soon. Here are the best things to do in Port Macquarie.