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Port O’Call Motel, Port Macquarie

We are located at scenic Port Macquarie, 420kms north of Sydney and 500kms south of Brisbane. Being ideally located half-way between Sydney and the Gold Coast makes this resort town the perfect stop over. Port Macquarie forms part of the picturesque Holiday Coast ideally located at the mouth of the mighty Hastings River and the eastern sea board.

Port Macquarie is located in one of the best climates in Australia, with average temperatures ranging from 20 to 32 Celsius in summer and from 8 to 21 Celsius in winter making it the ideal holiday place all year round.

Port O’Call Motel is easily accessible by road, rail or air. By road, the Motel is conveniently located on Hastings River Drive, six (6) minutes off the Pacific Highway and three (3) minutes from the town centre. By rail, there are daily inter-state train services at the nearby town of Wauchope and frequent inter-city coach services. By air, there are regular flights to and from Port Macquarie’s domestic airport – five (5) minute drive from the motel.

Port O’Call Motel is located on one of the most pristine waterways that hosts six of the most magnificent beaches in Australia. From here you will have access to nature reserves, places of historical interest, Timbertown and the soon to open family amusement park.

Port O’Call Motel on the exclusive Settlement Shores waterways, offers a friendly family style 3 star rated motel in a relaxed location. Within minutes you could be walking along one of Port’s superb beaches, canoeing down the Hastings River or shopping at one of the coasts two major shopping centres.

As a new member of the Golden Chain Group, we offer a large range of services including discounted rates through the “Gold Link Travel Club” and “Corporate Connections Club” and also ongoing reservations to over 260 members of the Chain throughout Australia.

Perfect one day, more perfect the next!

Accommodation Options

Queen Deluxe Suite

This beautiful room has a Queen sized bed, private bathroom and private courtyard. Suite has microwave, air conditioning and tea/coffee making.

Standard Suite – Double

Standard Suites are designed for limited stays. Mixed configurations are available – All standard suites contain double bedding. All rooms have private ensuites, tea/coffee making facilities, fridges. Family rooms available as well as interconnecting suites.

Self Contained Suites

These Suites offer the added extra of a kitchenette which is ideal for visits longer than an over night stay. All rooms contain ensuites, tea/coffee making facilities, fridges, TV with free Austar. Some rooms have interconnecting doors to enable double suites.



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