New South Wales
New South Wales is the most populous state of Australia with 7,238,819 people (as of 2010). It is the fifth largest Australian state with a total area of 312,528 square miles (809,444 square kilometers).
Is pressure sensitive label stock recyclable?
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How long does it take to fly from Sydney to Bali?
7.2 hrs 6.5 hours if flying direct.
When does winter end?
In the Northern hemisphere, winter is defined meteorologically as December, January, and February.
Winter ends and Spring begins in the Northern Hemisphere at the Vernal Equinox, which is at March 20, 2010, at precisely 1:32 P.M. EDT for this year (2010).
For more information on the Vernal Equinox, see related links.
What is the size of Texas compared to New South Wales Australia?
New South Wales is 802,000 Km2
Texas is 696,241 Km2
What is the land area of New South Wales?
New South Wales is a state of southeastern Australia. It is surrounded by Queensland, Victoria, South Australia, and the Pacific Ocean. The total land area is 800,642 square kilometers or 309,130 square miles.
Describe the new south?
The "new south" is a term that desribes efforts of southerners to modernize the south in the years after reconstruction especially in the areas of industrialization and agricultural diversification
Building of industries (APEX)
Did baseball originate in South Wales in the UK?
"The game of Rounders has been played in England since Tudor Times, with the earliest reference being in 1744 in "A Little Pretty Pocketbook" where it is called Baseball. It is a striking and fielding team game, which involves hitting a small hard leather cased ball with a round wooden or metal bat and then running around 4 bases in order to score" Source:
So it appears that it was England as opposed to Wales where Baseball was invented. The British invented baseball as inactive children in England needed some mild exercise so the game was created as a result. In Commonwealth nations its played by many kids up to age 11.. while its very popular as a girls game with UK having organised nationwide Leagues.
Baseball/Rounders the British (England) invented as an activity for unfit small kids, pitch, bat and run around 4 bases. 200 + years later its still very popular today among British kids up to 5th Grade.. girls have formalised competitions. I have checked and its popular among this age group in Cardiff and Swansea, South Wales. Reference..Baseball comes from Britain...
**People ask with Spalding guide of America in 1887 naming it 'World championship Series' attempting to entice other countries to play it of which it states Australia and Great Britain... why they don't play it, a major reason for this is the British invented Baseball aka Rounders and its historically been for children for whom it was intended.
Can Wollongong get tsunamis?
Where was Hugh Jackman born?
Hugh Jackman was born in Sydney, New South Wales, Australia.
What are some national statistics on plea bargaining?
Anywhere from 90%-95% of cases in the United States end up in some form of plea bargaining.
Is underbelly the golden mile real?
Of course it is , The whole Underbelly series is based on real events.
Actual occurrences in Australian crime history.
The Golden mile focuses on Kings cross in Sydney and explores the corruption of nsw police , drugs prostitution and the rise and fall of those who thought they could control a piece of the most profitable strip in Australia
Who is Premier of New South Wales?
In 2014, the Premier of New South Wales is Mike Baird.
When did New South Wales get its name?
New South Wales was given its name when James Cook formally claimed Australia's eastern half from Possession Island in August 1770.
In what year was Queensland formed from New South Wales?
The settlement of Moreton Bay was separated from New South Wales and established as a new Colony named Queensland (for Queen Victoria) in 1859. On 10 September 1825, the settlement was given the name of Brisbane, and no longer called the Moreton Bay colony, but it was still part of the New South Wales territory.
This act was done in opposition to the wishes of the New South Wales Governor, but the British government decided in favour of a petition from the people of Brisbane and that it would be better done now, than later. In 1859, Queen Victoria signed Letters Patent, which declared that Queensland was now a separate colony from New South Wales. On 6 June 1859, the former Moreton Bay District was granted separation from New South Wales, and given the name of Queensland, with Brisbane as its capital city. The first Governor was Sir George Ferguson Bowen.
Why is Wagga Wagga getting flooded?
Wagga Wagga is located in the Murrumbidgee Flats, and the Murrumbidgee River has always been prone to flooding. Excessive rain and the effects of the current La Nina weather pattern have contributed to excessive water heights.
What is Wagga Wagga Famous for?
Wagga Wagga is the largest inland city in New South Wales.
This is excluding Australia's capital city of Canberra, which is in the Australian Capital Territory, which is fully surrounded by New South Wales.
What state borders New South Wales directly to the south?
Victoria borders New South Wales directly to the south.
Does spatial inequality exist in Sydney?
Yes, it does. Areas in and around Sydney are beginning to feel the effects of special inequality. As the population grows, the effects are becoming more prevalent, especially infrastructure accessibility to people in poorer areas.
Suburban pockets of poverty can be found on the city's fringes, in certain parts of Sydney's south-west for example, and there are also pockets of poverty in much more central areas. The less-affluent areas are generally higher in unemployment, welfare-dependency, single-parent families, substance abuse and crime, than other Sydney suburbs. These are also often the areas in which overseas migrants and refugees chose to settle, because the real estate is much cheaper and the ethnic and racial composition is generally more diverse.
What is the capital of New South Wales?
Sydney is the capital city of New South Wales.
Sydney is the capital city of New South Wales.
Is Ayers Rock a natural landmark of Australia?
Yes, Ayers Rock / Uluru is considered a natural landmark of Australia.
What is the flying time from Perth to Johannesburg?
Australia to South Africa » Qantas offer a direct flight, Perth to Johannesburg, 8325km in 11hr 30min.
Who is the treasurer of NSW state?
It's the Dominic Perrottet MP.
What is the faunal emblem of New South Wales?
NSW has three faunal emblems:
The mammal is the platypus, the bird or avianemblem is the kookaburra, and the fish, or marineemblem is the blue groper.
Is the castlereagh a river?
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