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Rates shown in Australian Dollars (AU$) & are tax inclusive per room. Card fees apply
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|Book Executive Room|
Bedding configuration is a comfortable queen size bed and a single bed. Room overlooks River, own private balcony.
Rates are for 2 people. Extra adults AU$10.00. Extra children AU$10.00. The room caters for a maximum of 3 adults, and a maximum of 2 children but cannot exceed 3 guests in total.
Cancellation policy: Minimum 48 Hours (all) ( Details )
Cancellations or changes to bookings for this room must be made at least 48 hours prior to the check in date and time or you will be charged the full amount of the booking.
|Check In Instructions||
Reception open 7:00am - 8:00pm Mon to Sun.
Any late arrivals a key/pick up can be arranged also on-site management.Guest's are required to give credit card details on arrival
A strict "NO PARTY" or "NO EXCESSIVE NOISE" after 9pm. Penalties apply
Northbound on the Pacific Highway, turn right at Oxley Highway and follow the signs into Port Macquarie. Turn left at the first Shell service station into Hollingsworth Street. The Best Western Palm Court is located on the right side over the bridge Opposite Food for Less.
Southbound on the Pacific Highway, turn left into Hastings River Drive. Turn left at the Settlement City sign at Park Street, then right at the traffic lights into Buller Street. Palm Court is over the bridge on your right hand side.
Free off-street undercover parking.
|Things To Do||
PORT MACQUARIE is a premier holiday destination on the Mid-North Coast.
Billabong Koala and Wildlife Park - This Park houses a range of native animals including koalas, wombats, kangaroos and birds.
Historic Court House - Built in 1869, this court house is the only 19th Century government building still standing in Port Macquarie.
Historic Museum - Contains memorabilia reflecting the social history of the region. Encapture the history of Port Macquarie.
Kooloonbung Creek Nature Reserve - A great place for birdwatching and walking.
Macquarie Nature Reserve - Home to the Koala Hospital and Research Centre.
Mid-North Coast Maritime Museum - A comprehensive record of Australia?s maritime history with displays of model ships, relics of shipwrecks and photographs.
Sunset Gallery - Display of local and regional artists including pottery, glassware, silk scarves and wood turning. A bundle of fun.
Port Macquarie Observatory - Observe the wonderful solar system with the help of this telescope and planetarium.
Tacking Point Lighthouse - The third oldest lighthouse on the Australian Coast. A walking track begins at the Lighthouse and leads to Flynn?s Beach, taking in magnificent views of the beaches along the way.
Roto House - A prime example of a pioneering country house that is easily seen from the grounds of the nature reserve.
St Thomas? Church - Built by the convicts in 1824-1828, the church now contains many local artifacts.
Sea Acres Rainforest Centre - Set in one of the last remaining areas of coastal rainforest in Australia, the reserve contains a number of endangered species of flora and fauna. Take a guided tour along the boardwalk.
Hastings River - Take a cruise or go canoeing on the rapids of the upper Hastings River.
Fishing - Your choice of either reef fishing and game fishing.
Whale Watching - A unique experience.
Camel Tours - Ride a camel along Lighthouse Beach.
Sightseeing Tours - Take a tour around Port Macquarie which take in beautiful rivers, waterfalls and spectacular views of the mountains.
Wine Tasting - Be sure to visit Bago Vineyards, the Holiday Coast's most picturesque vineyard nestled amidst National Park and State Forests. Open daily for tastings & cellar door sales, local produce and cheese, picnic & bbq facilities. Jazz concerts held monthly.
Pick your own strawberries at Ricardoes recommended by Sydney Weekender Mike Whitney.