Known as ‘TG’s’ to the locals, The Town Green Inn is located in the heart of Port Macquarie and sits right next to another of our venues – the Port Macquarie Hotel. Town Green is the perfect spot to enjoy the sights, sounds and relaxed coastal environment that Port Macquarie is famous for.
Since 2010, The Town Green Inn has also won multiple awards within the Clubs and Pubs category of the annual Port Macquarie Chamber Business Awards – this includes the highly regarded People’s Choice Award. If you’re after a cheeky cocktail overlooking the water, the Town Green bar features an extensive drinks list of cocktails, craft beers, wine and spirits. The award winning restaurant will also leave you spoilt for choice with a huge range of entrees, tapas, incredible steaks and DIY salads!
If you enjoy latin dancing don’t miss out of the Salsa Saturdays happening all throughout October. Coming into the festive season, the Town Green is a popular venue choice for functions and celebrations in our upstairs function space – did we mention the gorgeous views of the river? Our annual Melbourne Cup luncheon and Christmas parties for small businesses are always popular events – be sure to get in touch so you don’t miss out on a spot this festive season.
If you’re wanting to tick cuddling a koala off your bucket list, head on down to the award winning Billabong Koala and Wildlife Park. The park is only a 10 minute drive from the Port Macquarie CBD and is recognised for its world renowned koala breeding program. Enjoy the up close and personal animal encounters, Zoo Talks and much more.
Located on Emerald Drive, south of the Port Macquarie CBD, you will find one of the most luxurious and popular 18-hole golf courses in the area. You can also book a ‘tee time’ and play just the first 9 holes if you’re short for time. There is also the option to hire clubs or an electric cart to make your golfing experience that little bit easier.
This national park was established in 1987 and was one of the first World Heritage Listing parks to include a portion of coastline with over 1 km of rainforest. Along the walk are several eco-displays that provide a wealth of information about local Aboriginal culture and the rainforest itself. Keep your eyes peeled for art exhibits by local artists and speak to the staff in the Sea Rainforest Centre if you’d like to hear more about bush tucker and discovery tours.