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  New South Wales - LoveToKnow 1911
New South Wales is bounded by the Pacific Ocean on the E., by Queensland on the N., by South Australia on the W. and by Victoria on the S. It lies between 28° and 38° S. lat., and 141° and 154° E. long.
In the extreme south-east of New South Wales, at the head of the Genoa river, are sandstones with Archaeopteris howitti, which are an extension of the Lower Devonian beds of Victoria; while farther to the east, at Eden and Twofold Bay, are Upper Devonian sandstones.
In 1851, when separate autonomy was granted to Victoria, New South Wales had a population of 187,243, the annual imports were £2,078,338, the exports £ 2,399,5 80, the revenue was £575,794, and the colony contained 1 3 2,437 horses, 1,738,965 cattle and 13,059,324 sheep.
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  New South Wales - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
New South Wales (abbreviated as NSW) is Australia's most populous state, located in the south-east of the country, north of Victoria and south of Queensland.
New South Wales is known the world over for the picturesque harbour of its capital, Sydney, Australia's oldest and largest city and a centre of international finance.
Queen Elizabeth II is the Sovereign, represented by the Governor of New South Wales.
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 New South Wales - MSN Encarta
New South Wales, state in southeastern Australia, bounded on the north by the state of Queensland, on the east by the Tasman Sea (part of the Pacific Ocean), on the south by the state of Victoria, and on the west by the state of South Australia.
The climate of New South Wales reflects the diversity of its topography.
New South Wales’ second and third largest cities are Newcastle and Wollongong, respectively.
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 The University of New South Wales (Sydney / New South Wales) - Auslandsstudium Australien - Studieren Australien - ...
The University of New South Wales (Sydney / New South Wales) - Auslandsstudium Australien - Studieren Australien - Studium Australien
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The University of New South Wales - Universität in Sydney
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 New South Wales
New South Wales is in the south east of Australia with the Pacific Ocean to the East, Queensland to the north and Victoria to the south.
New South Wales lies in the temperate zone and the climate is generally free from extremes of heat and cold.
The coat of arms of New South Wales consists of a shield with the red cross of St George supported by a lion and a kangaroo.
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 New South Wales - Wikipedia
Etwa ein Drittel der australischen Bevölkerung lebt in New South Wales, vor allem an der Küste und in Sydney.
New South Wales war die erste britische Kolonie in Australien und umfasste ursprünglich den ganzen Osten Australiens.
University of New South Wales (UNSW), Sydney: http://www.unsw.edu.au/
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 New South Wales. The Columbia Encyclopedia, Sixth Edition. 2001-05
New South Wales is economically the most important state in Australia.
New South Wales has a large aboriginal population; over 50% of the Australian aborigines live in New South Wales and Queensland.
In 1901, New South Wales was federated as a state of the Commonwealth of Australia.
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 New South Wales   (Site not responding. Last check: )
New South Wales is Australia’s premier state in more ways than one: it’s not only the oldest of the five states, but it’s the most densely populated too.
Including Sydney, New South Wales covers an area about twice the size of Britain, with roughly a tenth of its population; not a very big state by antipodean standards, but its six and a quarter million residents constitute one-third of the country’s population.
South of Sydney the coast is relatively undeveloped, and there’s a string of low-key family resorts and fishing ports, great for water sports and fishing.
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 New South Wales
An inhabitant of New South Wales is referred to as a New South Welshman.
NSW offers the traveller a great variety of breathtaking coastlines, world heritage national parks, outback, snow and skiing, lush farming country, and of course the dazzling city lights of Sydney.
North of New South Wales lies the state of Queensland, the town of Tweed Heads is located on the New South Wales side of the border with Coolangatta on the Queensland side.
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 NSW Maritime - Australia
NSW Maritime has adopted new guidelines for the granting of Exemptions to the Commercial Vessels Act for vessels used in commercial waterskiing and aquaplaning.
NSW Maritime has committed to spend more than $100,000 to restore and refurbish a key navigation aid which has been assisting ships to enter Sydney Harbour for more than 150 years.
NSW Maritime, the State boating regulator, has issued a warning for boaters in the Northern Rivers of NSW.
www.waterways.nsw.gov.au   (515 words)

  
 New South Wales - Uncyclopedia, the content-free encyclopedia
New South Wales is a state in Australia, lying directly south of Cardiff, near Dorset, in old Wales.
New South Wales is also called Sydney, as there is nowhere hospitable in the state apart from this stunning metropolis.
New South Welsh is a language that is best defined by the harsh nasal tones of the females and the monosyllabic grunts of the males.
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 New South Wales, Australia, accommodation, travel   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Sydney is a popular base for visitors to New South Wales as the city offers so much and is within a couple or so hours of popular tourist spots such as the famous Hunter Valley wine area, the Blue Mountains and the softly rolling hills of the Southern Highlands.
The New South Wales Coast stretches from the Sapphire Coast (which is known for its Whale watching) and takes in Jervis Bay, Sydney, The Central Coast, Port Stephens (famed for its dolphins), Port Maquarie, Byron Bay and up to the Gold Coast (which straddles the Queensland border).
New South Wales also boasts excellent skiing in the winter (May to September typically) at the 'Snow', located south of Canberra in The Snowy Mountains region.
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 University of New South Wales - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The University of New South Wales is a university in Sydney, New South Wales, Australia.
UNSW was founded in 1949 as the "New South Wales University of Technology".
The AGSM was established in 1977 by the University of New South Wales as Australia's first national school of postgraduate management studies.
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 New South Wales Vacations - Australia Vacations : Pleasant Holidays
Chances are that when many people think of New South Wales, the first city that springs to mind is Sydney.
The state of New South Wales truly boasts a wealth of diverse regional areas.
Whether your holiday is based around just one rich area or takes in the broad scope of the entire state, the region of New South Wales is nothing short of a geographical marvel, ensuring enough options and activities to thrill travelers of all ages.
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 New South Wales travel guide - Wikitravel
New South Wales [1] (NSW) is one of Australia's south-eastern states and with a population of 6.7 million, the country's most populous.
As the core territory of the first British colony on the Australian continent (settled in 1788), NSW is home to the country's oldest and largest city, the state capital of Sydney.
NSW is bordered by three other Australian states: Victoria to the south, South Australia to the west, and Queensland to the north.
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 Viator.com : Book New South Wales Tours, Sightseeing, Activities and Attractions
New South Wales (NSW) is Australia's most populous state and home to Sydney, with its attention-grabbing bridge and opera house and a cockiness that bites you on the bum.
In between the urban sprawls, NSW is Australia's most diverse state, filled with outback vistas, alpine territory, rain forests and golden surf.
The nonchalant south coast, between Sydney and the Victorian border, is in a parallel universe to its rowdy northern counterpart.
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 Open Directory - News: Newspapers: Regional: Australia: New South Wales
Bega District News - Incorporating the Bega and District Times, this paper is published each Tuesday and Friday with a focus on local community issues, sports, social and entertainment news.
Peninsula News - Owned by a non-profit group, the paper is distributed throughout Woy Woy Peninsula to Ettalong, Umina, Woy Woy, the Bays, Pearl Beach and Patonga.
South Coast Register - Nowra-based tri-weekly serving readers from Gerringong in the north to Sussex Inlet in the south - an area of some 4000 square kms with a population of 85,000.
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 The New South Wales Bar Association Home Page
In July 1896 an association of barristers was formed in New South Wales to consider and report upon all matters of current legislation, develop and enforce rules of professional discipline and to foster professional liaison amongst members of the Bar.
The WBF was established on 19 June 2004 to assist women at the New South Wales Bar.
New South Wales now has a 'one stop shop' providing access to legal services and assistance.
www.nswbar.asn.au   (357 words)

  
 Menai, New South Wales Summary
It is located 29km south of the Sydney central business district in the Sutherland Shire.
Menai is a newer suburb, having been developed only since the early 1980s, and as such, nearly all the homes are new 4-bedders with dual bathrooms and double-garages and mostly owner occupied.
A large outdoor series of playing fields, including a new championship golf course and a new state of the art athletics field, are found in the nearby suburb of Barden Ridge, just a few minutes away these will be accompanied by hockey fields and a world class BMX facility.
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 New South Wales Wineries - New South Wales Wine Regions
Wineries in New South Wales can be found by clicking on a region in the New South Wales wine regions map.
New South Wales was the first State in Australia to be colonized by Europeans and subsequently was the first to grow the grapevine (there are no native vitis species in Australia).
West of the Great Dividing Range and along the inland flowing Murrumbidgee and Murray Rivers are the warm-climate regions of Riverina and Perricoota and the northern portion of the Swan Hill and Murray Darling.
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 NEW SOUTH WALES, HOLIDAYS IN NEW SOUTH WALES, TRAVELLING IN NEW SOUTH WALES
New South Wales is Australias most populated state with over 6.2 million inhabitants.
These include the South Coast which starts at the Victoria and New South Wales border and heads north to Sydney, the Central Coast which starts at Sydney and heads north as far as Newcastle where it then changes to the Lower North Coast up until Port Macquarie.
New South Wales is also the original landing of Captain Cook.
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 New South Wales,New South Wales Travel,Travel to New South Wales,New South Wales Travel Guide ,New South Wales Holidays
The New South Wales is the oldest and the most populous state of Australia.
The coastline is tropically warm in the north, cooler in the south.
New South Wales is country's most diverse state and a popular gateway for most tourists coming to Australia as the road, rail and air networks allow for greater freedom of movement as compared to other states in the region.
www.tourstoaustralia.com /travel-to-australia-states/travel-to-new-south-wales.html   (396 words)

  
 New South Wales Dancing
New South Wales Dancing is a Comprehensive Resource on Anyone and Everything to do with DANCE in New South Wales
If you have an interest in dancing, and you live in or visit New South Wales, then this site will be of interest to you.
You are able to subscribe to the blog and automatically have any new entries emailed to you.
www.newsouthwalesdancing.info /index.html   (1077 words)

  
 CSU Guide to Australia - NSW
New Acropolis Cultural Association is a non-profit organization whose mission is to revive Philosophy in the Classical Tradition.
We aim to give new perspectives on Australian history, ensure a more representative heritage is preserved for future generations and also to validate migrants' experiences and challenge myths and prejudices.
The New South Wales HSC On-Line is an information network that services the Higher School Certificate (HSC) needs of students, teachers amd subject associations.
www.csu.edu.au /australia/nsw.html   (2247 words)

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