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Port Macquarie suburb review

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Hey I am considering moving to Port Macquarie with my family (two young kids) as I have found a school I like and I want to know if it is walkable or do you have to drive everywhere?Actually does anyone know of anywhere in Australia that's walkable, near a beach and has good schools (tall order I know)
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John John
lovely place. Just great. You might still need a car but would not be reliant on it.Woolgoolga just north of Coffs – could get by without a car. Sandy Beach near Woolgoolga may be an option but lacks facilities and services of Woolgoolga or Coffs.I live in Coffs Harbour CBD and could walk or cycle to whatever I needed if I wanted. That includes beaches. My kids walk to school.
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Roma Roma
HiI know port very well and can say no it is not walkable. They have buses but I would not say they are that frequent.It is a super place to move to with a young family (in fact, maybe get in quick before even more families head there).
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