Port park's family fun

PORT Macquarie's Sundowner Breakwall Tourist Park has put together a family fun package to ensure an entertaining and wallet-friendly family holiday.

Parents can unwind on the veranda and relish in the complimentary local wine and cheese platter while watching the enchanting sunset.

Ideal for families of four to six people, the open-plan design of the Spa Riverside and Spa Bayside Cottages caters for easy entertaining and is a place to take in the sea breeze. The beauty of this accommodation is that the family has just a short stroll to the river and one of Port Macquarie's many pristine beaches. And for those animal lovers, get up and close with Australia's favourite fuzzy friends at the Koala Hospital in Port Macquarie, for free.

The family fun package includes: seven nights in a fully self-contained Spa Riverside or Spa Bayside Cottage at Sundowner Port Maquarie; complimentary cheese and wine platter; free in-house movies; a fun night out bowling for the whole family; two relaxing body massages at Port Macquarie Day Spa; and kids will enjoy two fun-packed sessions of Kids Club offering arts, crafts, movies, games and more.

The seven-night packages costs from $1135 and are valid from now until March 31.

For booking details, contact Sundowner Breakwall Port Macquarie on 1800 636 452 or (02) 6583 2755 or visit Sundowner Holidays.

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