The Adjacent Wilson River

Stoney Park is not only situated overlooking its own private man made lakes, but is also conveniently and ideally located adjacent to the public boat ramp of the Wilson River.  The Wilson river is an ideal, fishing, skiing river and its location, right next to Stoney Park is an added bonus to your stay.

The log wharf reserve is only a "stones" throw away from Stoney Park and has a new large wharf and boat ramp facilities.

Why not combine your stay at Stoney Park with some fun times on our lakes (waterskiing and wakeboarding with tuition) and by bringing your own boat and enjoying what the local area has to offer.

A brief history of Telegraph Point:

The small village of Telegraph Point is located on the Pacific Highway north of Port Macquarie, beside the picturesque Wilson River. The name derives from the telegraph line which crossed the river in 1869. The river played an important role in the logging of the surrounding forests and there are the remains of several old wharves to be seen, the best-preserved of which is on the south bank beside the traffic bridge in Log Wharf Reserve. 

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. These managed forests provide plenty of recreation opportunities. Here, you can go mountain bike riding, bush walking, four-wheel-driving, camping, swimming and rock hopping in streams and creeks, picnicking or just relaxing with Mother Nature.

wilson river

wilson river