Beechwood is a village situated a few kilometres west of Wauchope. The Uniting Church in Beechwood has a long history, going back well before Church Union, and has served the people of the area for many decades.
Comboyne village is located on the picturesque Comboyne Plateau south-west of Port Macquarie and Wauchope and north of Taree.
Coopernook is located adjacent to the Pacific Highway, northeast of Taree.
FORSTER - TUNCURRY
Forster-Tuncurry are twin towns south of Taree, straddling the mouth of Wallis Lake. The towns are a growing holiday and retirement centre.
Gloucester is a beautiful small town set at the foot of the Buccan Buccan (the Bucketts Mountains) and is basecamp for World Heritage Barrington Tops. It is an area of productive farmlands and an emerald-green network of national parks, forests and conservation areas.
Hallidays Point is a growing area between Taree and Forster with a varied community which includes young families and retirees. It is also a popular holiday destination and visitors are attracted by our beautiful beaches and pristine environment.
Harrington is located on the northern side of the mouth of the Manning River, east of Taree.
Kendall is a historic village on the North Coast railway in the Camden Haven valley, located west of the Pacific Highway between Taree and Port Macquarie.
LAURIETON - BONNY HILLS
Laurieton is the centre of the coastal towns of the Camden Haven valley, located between Taree and Port Macquarie, and is situated below the picturesque North Brother Mountain.
Lansdowne is located in the lower Manning Valley, northeast of Taree.
Manning Uniting Church is a regional church serving Taree and surrounding areas. The church, Ministry Centre and Red Dove Coffee Shop are in the heart of Taree CBD and are used by hundreds of individuals and organisations every week. There is also a Community Centre and Community Garden in Main Street, Cundletown.
Nabiac is a village straddling the Pacific Highway south of Taree.
During the twentieth century, Port Macquarie grew from a sleepy little seaside village into a thriving city of many thousands of people. The local Uniting Church Congregation has grown and adapted with these changes and now, in the twenty-first century, occupies the large Uniting Church complex on the corner of Sherwood Road and the Oxley Highway.
Wauchope is a small Congregation in the township which is situated beside the Hastings River, about 20km inland from Port Macquarie.
Wingham is a rural town situated on the Mid North Coast of NSW inland from Taree.