Rawdon Island

Rawdon Island is named after Francis Rawdon Hastings, first Marquis of Hastings. Rawdon Island, located 15 minutes west of Port Macquarie, is actually made up of two islands – Little Rawdon Island and the main island. Now a rich and picturesque farming area, Rawdon Island was once a thriving community comprising 27 dairy farms, two churches, a school, community store and football team.

The Old School is now a Heritage Function House and is a beautiful location for weddings, parties and meetings.

The Greater Port Macquarie Visitor Information Centre can help you make the most of your time in the region.

Rawdon Island Australia

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