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The Best Restaurants in Port Macquarie (NSW)

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The Stunned Mullet

24 William Street, 2444, Port Macquarie (NSW)

9.6 / 10
569 reviews

Average price $115

The New Normal


    William St (Cnr Hay St), 2444, Port Macquarie (NSW)

    8.7 / 10
    43 reviews

    Average price $40


      1 Hay Street, 2444, Port Macquarie (NSW)

      Average price $65 Accepts Yums


        40 William Street, 2444, Port Macquarie (NSW)

        8.3 / 10
        229 reviews

        Average price $50

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          66 Clarence St, 2444, Port Macquarie


            1 Horton St, 2444, Port Macquarie (NSW)

            8.2 / 10
            183 reviews

            Average price $40

              Pub grub

              102 Ocean Drive, 2444, Port Macquarie (NSW)

              8.4 / 10
              202 reviews

              Average price $40


                4\74 Clarence Street, 2444, Port Macquarie

                8.2 / 10
                333 reviews

                Average price $45


                  26 Clarence Street, 2444, Port Macquarie (NSW)


                    12 Old Butter Factory Rd, 2441, Telegraph Point

                    Average price $30

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                    The Best Restaurants in Port Macquarie (NSW)

                    Nestled between the Pacific Ocean and the Hastings River, Port Macquarie is a beautiful coastal town surrounded 17 gorgeous beaches and a lush hinterland. The laid back vibe has the perfect balance of coastal beauty and friendly locals, mixed with a variety of attractions and a cosmopolitan food scene.

                    When sitting down at the cafés and award winning restaurants in this region, you’ll notice menus that are heavily influenced by the coastal location. Start your day with an Instagrammable smoothie bowls, then go exploring in the nearby Wauchope hinterland which is dotted with boutique wineries. Finish your day by grabbing a table on the forecourt of Port Macquarie’s cultural hub, Glasshouse.