Port Macquarie is located in the Mid North Coast of New South Wales. A coastal city as is obvious by the name, the port was discovered by the Europeans in 1818, and is named after the Governor of South Wales. During its initial years of discovery, it served as a penal settlement and held prisoners and captives. Gradually the city has now gained popularity for other reasons, including the lush forests and the wildlife which has been allocated in the various natural parks in the city.

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