Support is growing as James Magnussen's race draws closer.
Readers are encouraged to share their Magnussen moments with The Port News in the lead-up to the London Olympic Games.
People can email their stories or pictures to firstname.lastname@example.org, drop them in or post the stories to the office at 16-20 Milton Circuit or leave a comment below.
Meanwhile, Australia Post has launched an initiative called Postcode Pride, which invites people to make a gift through Australia Post to their homegrown Olympian in London.
Three-time Australian Olympian Michael Klim said receiving something from home at an Olympic Games could be just the boost our athletes needed.
"There's nothing like a little piece of home to encourage our athletes and give them the strength and determination they need to win gold," he said.
Port Macquarie Post Shop, Shop 2, Palm Court Centre, 14-16 Short St, Port Macquarie, will be the community hub to drop off items that people would like to include in the parcels for James Magnussen (swimming).
Australia Post NSW/ACT regional manager Stephen Price said Postcode Pride gave people the chance to send something special straight to the hands of athletes while they were competing in London.
Unwrapped items can be dropped off until July 17.
This could be a letter of support from a school, a photograph, a hand-knitted scarf, postcard or something as small as a fridge magnet.
Items should weigh under 150 grams and not be fragile or breakable.
Australia Post will send Postcode Pride parcels to athletes in London on July 27.
More information is available by clicking here.