Top 21 things to do UNDER $10!!

1. Walk the Port Macquarie Coastal Walk- FREE

2. Visit the Koala Hospital Port Macquarie- By Donation

3. Visit the Glasshouse Regional Art Gallery- By Donation

4. Have a picnic at Bago Maze & Winery- FREE (small fee applies to maze)

5. Take in the view at Tacking Point Lighthouse-FREE

6. Take an 11am farm tour (weekdays) at Ricardoes Tomatoes & Strawberries- FREE

7. Feed the fish and enjoy a waterside ice cream or coffee at Dunbogan Boatshed and Marina- $1 for fish feed tubs

8. Visit Douglas Vale Historic Homestead and Vineyard - FREE

9. Browse the boutique shops at Wauchope, then go for a riverside stroll-FREE

10. Visit Sea Acres Rainforest Centre- FREE (small fee applies to do the Rainforest boardwalk)

11. Port Macquarie Urban Mountain Bike Park on Koala St - FREE

12. Drive or walk up North Brother Mountain for the best views in the region- Picnic area at the top! FREE

13. Breakfast on the beach (followed by a swim) at: Salty Crew Kiosk on Town Beach,  Sandbox Port Macquarie on Flynns Beach,  COAST Lighthouse Beach or Beach Break Cafe North Haven - Brekkie from $7 (swim- FREE!)

14. Download the app, search for the Port Macquarie Heritage Walk, and head off on your FREE audio/walking tour!

15. Walk or ride along the foreshore from Laurieton to the breakwall at Grants Beach. FREE

16. Visit historic Roto House (by donation) and have a cuppa at Round & Round Coffee Caravan- from $4

17. Visit Port Macquarie Museum - Exhibitions - $5 adults $3 kids (or $10 for a family entry).

18. To Market! Plenty of markets- see here- FREE entry!

19. Skate Parks- some of the best on the North Coast, including one at Town Beach Breakwall- FREE! 

20. Wine tasting/cellar door hopping at Cassegrain WinesBago Maze & Winery and Long Point Vineyard & Art Gallery

21. Fun for the whole family at Port Macquarie Driving Range & Mini-golf, or Hydro Golf & Putt Putt. Prices starting from $8.

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Flood Update

The Greater Port Macquarie region experienced significant flooding over the period 19-24 March, and parts of the region have been impacted. Click here for more information.