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New South Wales
   has the capital   
Sydney
NSW
Coffs Harbour
   is located in   
New South Wales
Mid-North Coast. Home of the "Big Banana". Located approx. mid-way between Sydney and Brisbane.
Taree
   is located in   
New South Wales
Mid-North Coast. Approx 15 km from the sea coast and the major regional centre for the Manning River Valley.
Armidale
   is located in   
New South Wales
New England Region. Set high on the Great Dividing Range, regarded as a Cathedral and University City.
Tamworth
   is located in   
New South Wales
New England Region. Home of the annual Tamworth Country Music festival, held for 10 days each year in January.
Dubbo
   is located in   
New South Wales
Orana Region. Attractions include the Western Plains Zoo.
Bathurst
   is located in   
New South Wales
Mid-West Region. Home of Mount Panorama Motor Racing Circuit, venue for the Bathurst 1000 in October each year.
Griffith
   is located in   
New South Wales
Riverina Region. City developed as part of the Murrumbidgee Irrigation Area.
Albury
   is located in   
New South Wales
Murray Region. Located on the northern side of the Murray River.
Wagga Wagga
   is located in   
New South Wales
Riverina Region. Name means 'the place of many crows' in the in aboriginal Wiradjuri language.
Orange
   is located in   
New South Wales
Mid-West Region. Key industries include agriculture, mining, health services and education.
Goulburn
   is located in   
New South Wales
Capital Country. Located 1 hour from Canberra, Goulburn is a railhead and service centre for the surrounding pastoral industry.
Broken Hill
   is located in   
New South Wales
An isolated mining city and LGA in the Far West of NSW, near the border with SA on the crossing of the Barrier Hwy and the Silver City Hwy, in the Barrier Range.
Cessnock
   is located in   
New South Wales
The area was once known as "The Coalfields" and is now the gateway city and service centre to the vineyards of the Hunter Valley, which includes Pokolbin, Mount View, Broke, Rothbury, and Branxton.
Gosford
   is located in   
New South Wales
Located at the northern extremity of Brisbane Water, an extensive northern branch of the Hawkesbury River estuary and Broken Bay. Approx. 50 km from Sydney CBD as the crow flies.
Grafton
   is located in   
New South Wales
Named after the Duke of Grafton, a former Prime Minister of the UK. Proclaimed a city in 1885. 630 km north of Sydney in the Clarence River Valley.
Lake Macquarie
   is located in   
New South Wales
150 km north of Sydney and 20 km south of Newcastle, the LGA consists of a set of closely contiguous towns that surround a coastal saltwater lake.
Lismore
   is located in   
New South Wales
A major regional centre in the Northern Rivers Region, located on the Bruxner Hwy and the Wilson River.
Maitland
   is located in   
New South Wales
Established in 1820, a city in the Lower Hunter Region on the Hunter River.
Newcastle
   is located in   
New South Wales
6th largest and 2nd oldest city in Australia, 160 km north from Sydney on the mouth of the Hunter River, it has the largest coal export harbour in the world.
Nowra
   is located in   
New South Wales
170 km south by road from Sydney, situated on the Shoalhaven River. Surrounded by dairy industry and a number of State forests, but is also a retirement and leisure area for Canberra and Sydney.
Wollongong
   is located in   
New South Wales
Located on the eastern coast of Australia, 82 km south of Sydney. The 3rd largest city in the state of NSW.
Newcastle, Sydney, Wollongong
   are all   
Cities in New South Wales
Australia
New South Wales
   has the Emblem of the   
Platypus
Ornithorhynchus anatinus. The animal emblem. The platypus is a furry creature, about 30cm - 38cm long, it has webbed feet and a large duck-like bill which it uses to gather its food from the bottom of rivers.
New South Wales
   has a motto   
Orta Recens Quam Pura Nites
Armidale
   is situated in   
New South Wales
Diocese
Bathurst
   is situated in   
New South Wales
Diocese
Broken Bay
   is situated in   
New South Wales
Diocese
Lismore
   is situated in   
New South Wales
Diocese
Maitland-Newcastle
   is situated in   
New South Wales
Diocese
Parramatta
   is situated in   
New South Wales
Diocese
Sydney
   is situated in   
New South Wales
Archdiocese
Wagga Wagga
   is situated in   
New South Wales
Diocese
Wilcannia-Forbes
   is situated in   
New South Wales
Diocese
Wollongong
   is situated in   
New South Wales
Diocese
Gundagai
   is located in   
New South Wales
Tumbarumba
   is located in   
New South Wales
Canberra
   is located in   
New South Wales
Hilltops
   is located in   
New South Wales
Cowra
   is located in   
New South Wales
Orange
   is located in   
New South Wales
Southern Highlands
   is located in   
New South Wales
Shoalhaven Coast
   is located in   
New South Wales
Mudgee
   is located in   
New South Wales
Hastings River
   is located in   
New South Wales
Newcastle, New South Wales
   is at   
32°55'S 151°47'E
Australia
New South Wales
   has the Emblem of the   
Waratah
Flower emblem. A large (10-12cm across) and spectacular scarlet flower growing in the bush in clumps of tall stems.
New South Wales
   has the Emblem of the   
Kookaburra
The bird emblem of New South Wales. This great brown kingfisher is sometimes called a 'laughing jackass' because of its distinctive territorial laughing call. They hunt snakes, lizards, fish and insects and live at forest edges, in clearings.
New South Wales
   has the Emblem of the   
Blue Groper
Proclaimed the State fish of New South Wales in 1998. A friendly but powerful coastal fish that often follows divers. It can be up to a metre long and weigh between 2 and 15kg, though some specimens may reach 40kg or more.
New South Wales
   has the Emblem of the   
Black Opal
Proclaimed the State gemstone of New South Wales in 2008. It is the most rare and valuable type of opal.






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