Liveable Neighbourhoods - East Port

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Consultation has concluded

This amendment was adopted by Council 16 December 2015 and came into effect on Friday 4 March 2016.

For more information contact the Strategic Planner Steve Schwartz on (02) 6581 8111 or email steve.schwartz@pmhc.nsw.gov.au



This amendment was adopted by Council 16 December 2015 and came into effect on Friday 4 March 2016.

For more information contact the Strategic Planner Steve Schwartz on (02) 6581 8111 or email steve.schwartz@pmhc.nsw.gov.au



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    Historic Aerial

    by Michelle1, almost 6 years ago

    Amazing to see the changes in Port Macquarie since this aerial photo was taken - you can clearly see Burrawan Street at the top right hand of the photo, with no significant development further south. 

    Does Council have any records of the history of the Cross Street area?

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    East Port History continued

    by Michelle1, almost 6 years ago

    Windmill Hill picture of historic painting sourced from the Mitchell Library in Sydney.

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    First aeroplane visit to Port Macquarie landed at Oxley Park

    almost 6 years ago

    Did you know...

    On February 5 1921 the first aeroplane to visit Port Macquarie landed at what is now Oxley Park. Back then it was a golf links that stretched from Town Beach south along the coast (also Port Macquarie's first golf club!).

    Two great firsts for East Port!