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Telegraph Point Accommodation


Telegraph Point is a small town just north Port Macquarie on the banks of the picturesque Wilson River. In 1869 there was a telegraph line that crossed the river at this point, giving the town its name. Logging was the main industry in the early days and the river was used for transport. Several old wharves still exist in the Log Wharf Reserve. Timbertown, to the south near Wauchope, offers historical displays of timber cutting, bullock teams and a steam train to give visitors a feel for life in this area 100 years ago.

There are two managed forests near Telegraph Point, Ballengarra State Forest to the north and Cairncross State Forest to the south. These areas are great for bush walking, camping, swimming, mountain biking and picnicking. The Stoney Park Watersports and Recreation waterski school offers lessons on two man-made lakes.

Lodging and Accommodation in Telegraph Point


Stoney Park Telegraph PointStoney Park Resort                                      (visit Stoney Park website)
This fantastic new Water Sports and Recreation complex is set in a beautiful natural environment. Stoney Park comprises of 2 man made lakes, which have been purpose built for the sports of water skiing and wake boarding. The 230-acre property is home to a large colony of native Kangaroos. Stoney Park is located at Telegraph Point; just north of Port Macquarie and south of Kempsey.Book Now
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Accommodation Style: Family Cabins, Powered Campsites, Caravan Park, Camping, Pet Friendly and Adventure Park