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Welcome to Greater Port Macquarie, a beautiful and diverse region packed with things to do! Browse our listings and enjoy our abundance of Tours and Attractions in Greater Port Macquarie!

From our beautiful beaches, thriving townships, winding rivers to the mountains in the hinterland you will find "52+ Things to do", that's one for every week of the year!

Our 52+ tour and attraction operators are ready to show you the best of our region. Enjoy our beautiful beaches, rivers and mountains then set out and start enjoying GPM's 52+ Things to do...HAPPY HOLIDAYS!!!

Posts from 2015-09-23

Golf - Where is the best place to practice in Port Macquarie

Port Macquarie Golf

Improve your whole game at Port Macquarie’s GOLF Driving Range, practice your golf in a beautiful natural setting.

Facilities include : Putting Green -  9 holes of great practice when challenging your family and friends to the best sub par putting round.

Chipping Area –where you can fine tune that very important short part of your game,

Driving Range where you can hit off the grass and see where your ball lands

Refreshments, Hire clubsand Professional Tuition by Chris Tickner (PGA) and Rob Tickner (AGTF) are also available.

 Located  in a beautiful natural Australian setting with wild native water birds and kangaroos etc

It’s just 5 minutes from town, turn right from the New Oxley Hwy when you see the Bright yellow sign to a truly picturesque facility unlike any Driving Range you have seen before.

Bellrowan Horse Riding - Overnight Stays

CampOvenCapturing the essence of the Australian Spirit, “Bellrowan Valley Horse Riding” have a unique 2 day experience for beginners to advanced riders giving everybody the chance to do something they will never forget.

We have tailored riding packages to suit individual groups with a maximum 10 riders. Bellrowan’s homestead is set in a secluded bushland valley with only the sounds of the bush and perfect peace and quiet, surrounded by native animals of all kinds and a loveable menagerie of friendly farm animals.

At night after a delicious campoven dinner Mark will treat you to a fire twirling display and anyone who is keen will be taught the art of throwing fire! (with careful tuition of course!) Wake up with the sounds of the bush, the smell of breakfast cooking and the billy over the coals of the fire. Wonder up to the ‘Saddle up’ yard where your horses are being groomed and saddled for your morning ride, up to one of our two mountain lookouts. On your return after a relaxing ride Julie’s delicious BBQ spread is laid out waiting for you. Depart mid afternoon or stay on for the afternoon ride, the choice is yours …