Telegraph Point

Telegraph Point is a small village surrounded by productive, diverse farmland. The local area is one of the most historical parts of Australia deriving the name from the telegraph line which crossed the Wilson River in 1869, to a small peninsula on the south bank.
The first land grants were issued in the region then known as ‘Prospect’ in 1832.
Residents and visitors enjoy the natural environment around Telegraph Point by bush walking, camping, swimming, and mountain bike riding, fishing, water-skiing and picnicking. The village lies between two areas of state forest; south of the village is Cairncross State Forest, while to the north is Ballengarra State Forest.
  • Suburb:Telegraph Point
  • Postcode:2441
  • Population:609
  • Municipality:Port Macquarie Hastings Council
Address Suburb Sold Date Bed Bath Car Sale Price
46 Acacia Drive TELEGRAPH POINT 23-09-2019 3 2 4 $675,000 View Property
TELEGRAPH POINT TELEGRAPH POINT 21-11-2018 3 1 2 $575,000 View Property