The major cities of South Australia are Adelaide (capital city) and its outlying cities of Elizabeth and Gawler; Port Pirie, Port Augusta, Port Lincoln, Whyalla, and Mount Gambier. With the exception of Mount Gambier, these cities are all on the coastline.
Major towns which are set inland include Murray Bridge and Renmark.
There are many more towns which are important economically for South Australia - too numerous to list. Bear in mind that, what constitutes a "city" in Australia is often considered a mere "town" overseas, because to Australians, a city is any centre with a population exceeding about 20,000.
The Royal National Park, some 32 km from Sydney, NSW is Australia's oldest national park. It is also the world's second-oldest national park, after Yellowstone (USA). The Royal National Park was established in 1879.
Queensland is larger than South Australia in both area and population.
The motto of New South Wales is "Orta recens quam pura nites" which is translated as "Newly risen how brightly you shine".
It is unknown what the Aboriginal population of the Sydney area was in 1780. Europeans did not settle there until 1788.
Operating Gold Mine towns and regions in New South Wales:
If the question refers to goldrush towns and regions of the mid to late 1800s, they included:
There were not many banks to finance businesses.
Some of the more significant rivers in the northern part of New South Wales include the Clarence, Tweed, Richmond, Namoi, MacIntyre, Dumaresq, Severn, Barwon, Gwydir, Bogan and Castlereagh Rivers.
New South Wales is one of the most economically large and wealthy states in Australia. It houses one of the largest, most popular cities in Australia, Sydney. It has many famous land marks such as the Sydney Harbour Bridge and the Sydney opera house.
The official year of discovery of gold in New South Wales and, four months later, Victoria, was 1851. These were the discoveries that sparked the gold rush in Australia.
New South Wales has a moderate temperate climate. It has four distinct seasons. With the exception of the higher regions in which subzero temperatures may occur even during the summer. During the autumn and spring large amounts of rain may fall. Especially when air streams from the sea collide with the mountain ranges in New South Wales.
The area code for New South Wales is (02), or +61 2 in international format. Note also that the telephone area code boundaries do not exactly follow state lines; there are a few towns along the Victoria and South Australia state borders that are in the area code of the adjoining state.
(The plus sign means "insert your international access prefix here." From a GSM mobile phone, you can enter the number in full international format, starting with the plus sign. The most common prefix is 00, but North America (USA, Canada, etc.) uses 011, Japan uses 010, Australia uses 0011, and many other countries use different prefixes.)
According to the Australian Government Geoscience website, the area of New South Wales is about 800,628 square kilometres, with an additional 14 sq km in islands. The total is 800,642 km2.
The length of its borders is 4635 km. Its mainland coastline length is 2007 km, and the length of the coastline for its islands is 30km.
former agricultural workers moved to the city It diversified to include industry.
It had eliminated slavery
Bordertown, Blythe, Brinkworth, Balaklava.
The NSW/VIC border runs along the Murray River from the SA border to its headwaters in the Great Dividing Range about 125 km sw. of Cooma.From here it goes in a straight line se. across the range to Cape Howe on the coast.
The distance by road from Newcastle, NSW to Coonabarabran is 360 km.
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.
Four major rivers in northern New South Wales, Australia, would be the Macquarie, Castlereagh, Namoi and the Clarence River. All of these rivers provide a vital source of water for agriculture and stock in northern New South Wales.
To join a Touch Football Club in Quakers Hill NSW you have t attend their trials and impress their scouts.
From http://www.greatlakes.org.au/pages/maps-routes: Distance from Sydney to Forster/Tuncurry is 305km
Strictly speaking, Canberra is neither in New South Wales nor Victoria. It lies within the Australian Capital Territory, a quite separate territory from any of the states. However, the ACT is a territory completely encompassed by NSW, utilising territory ceded by NSW for the purpose of a federal capital in 1911.