Innes Lake

The area of Innes Lake Estate has been owned by the Charley family since 1906, and has been developed over the past decade to meet the residential needs of the growing area. It was named after Archibald Clunes Innes who was Commander of Port Macquarie in 1826.

The area is a quality residential estate that has been developed in harmony with the environment. The timbered nature of the estate has created residential lots in a peaceful forest setting not far from the town centre.

The Innes Peninsula is a recent residential area, with natural areas in the east and south. Major features of the area include Lake Innes Nature Reserve, Port Macquarie Base Hospital, Innes Lake Park, a school, vineyards and cafe.