At Port Macquarie Taxis, they know life is busy and getting from Point A to Point B easily is important. With planes to catch, appointments to reach and friends to see – it never stops, and neither do they.

24 hours a day, all year round, Port Macquarie Taxis are there - connecting people within the community. Whether you book online, by phone or via smartphone app, their technology and dedicated local team are committed to providing a hassle free service. With one of the largest specialised fleets of taxis on the road each day, their accredited drivers have been providing the Hastings region with a caring, safe and reliable service for nearly 50 years.

As the only NSW Transport Accredited Taxi Service in Port Macquarie, their locally owned and operated network adheres to strict safety and security standards for all its stakeholders. The ongoing mission and purpose for the team at Port Macquarie Taxis is to deliver a respectful, positive customer experience for local and visiting passengers with integrity at all times. Striving for excellence in world leading response times, customer care and driver training underpins the company’s commitment for a sustainable and ethical future.

This listing was updated on 23/11/2017 by POINT TO POINT. Port Macquarie-Hastings Council accepts no liability for inaccuracies or errors in the above listing.


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COVID-19 Update

We are welcoming visitors to our region. Please check and comply with the NSW Public Health Orders when planning your trip. In particular, if you are unwell and/or need to isolate, please do not travel until the risk has passed and any relevant restrictions have lifted. *Please note* Pre-bookings for attractions and eateries are advisable, as advertised opening hours may change due to COVID impacts. Thank you for helping to keep our community COVIDsafe.

Urgent Comboyne Road Closure: The Comboyne Road has been closed due to road damage. A detour via Lorne Road is in place. Bayabarra is accessible via Oxley Highway. The access road to the top of North Brother Mountain is also currently closed due to damage.