Maclean – the Scottish Town

Named in 1862, “Maclean” had earlier been called “Rocky Mouth”. The NSW Surveyor – General Alistair McLean instructed local surveyor W. A. B. Greaves of Grafton to design the town. Greaves named the town “Maclean” and the name “Rocky Mouth” fell from use.

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