Armidale, New South Wales

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Armidale railway station is located on the Main North railway line (Main North railway line, New South Wales) and is served by daily passenger trains to and from Sydney. Armidale consists of its own modern airport with five daily scheduled flights to and from Sydney with Qantaslink. Armidale Airport, at 1,084 metres (3,556 ft), is the highest licensed airport in New South Wales. The city is linked further north by daily Coach (vehicle) coach

. The city centre is laid out in a grid of streets. The main street is called Beardy Street, named for two of the founding settlers who had beards. ''Sydney Morning Herald'' online travel section The court house was built in the 1850s and is still a prominent feature of the central district. Much of the rest of the city is residential. The Australian Wool Fashion Awards, which showcases

is in the 10-24 year age group, compared with an equivalent NSW figure of only 19.4% (2001 Census). University of New England ''Main article:'' University of New England (University of New England, Australia) The university was founded in 1938, at first as a college of the University of Sydney, but then in its own right in 1954. The UNE contributes to Armidale's position as a city of culture and diversity, with a vibrant artistic and cultural element. The university has strong links


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the use of Merino wool by fashion designers, are hosted by Armidale in March each year. The Autumn Festival is a popular annual event of April in Armidale. The festival features a street parade, stalls and celebrations throughout the city. It is a regular part of the city's attractions, often promoting Armidale's diverse culture (for instance, posters set up by council attempt to attract tourists with the motto "Foodies Thrive In Armidale") and autumn colours. During May the annual New England Wool Expo is staged to display wool fashions, handicrafts, demonstrations, shearing competitions, yard dog trials and demonstrations, a wool bale rolling competition and other activities. Suburbs Northern Tablelands (Northern Tablelands, New South Wales) is a 30,546 km² rural electorate, covering the uplands of northern New South Wales. It is centred on the university city of Armidale (Armidale, New South Wales); other towns included in the electorate are Inverell (Inverell, New South Wales), Glen Innes (Glen Innes, New South Wales), Tenterfield (Tenterfield, New South Wales) and Uralla (Uralla, New South Wales). The northern boundary of the electorate is the Queensland border. At the 2003 election, there were 42,886 enrolled voters. After leaving Parliament, Foll became a grazier near Armidale, New South Wales, but retired in 1957 to Port Macquarie (Port Macquarie, New South Wales), where he died, survived by his wife and daughters. '''Peter Cousens''' (born in 1955) is an Australian actor, born in Tamworth NSW. He attended The Armidale School in Armidale (Armidale, New South Wales) (1969–73) www.as.edu.au current_happenings publications Binghi138.pdf and then Gordonstoun School, Scotland. He then spent a year reading Arts at St Paul's College (St. Paul's College, Sydney), Sydney University before studying at the National Institute of Dramatic Art (NIDA), graduating in 1978. '''HMAS ''Armidale'' (J240)''', named for the city of Armidale, New South Wales, was one of 60 ''Bathurst''-class (Bathurst class corvette) corvettes constructed during World War II, and one of 36 initially manned and commissioned solely by the Royal Australian Navy (RAN). Royal Australian Navy, ''HMAS Armidale (I)'' The '''Presbyterian Ladies' College, Armidale''' ('''PLC Armidale''') is an independent (Independent school), Presbyterian, day (Day school) and boarding school for girls. The school is located in Armidale (Armidale, New South Wales), a large rural town with a population of 28,000 in the New England region (New England (Australia)) of New South Wales, Australia. Willow Tree is on the Main North railway line (Main North railway line, New South Wales), 375 km from Sydney. The station opened in 1877 as Warrah, and was renamed Willow Tree in 1879. Willow Tree Railway Station. NSWrail.net. Accessed 1 April 2008. It continues to be served by a daily rail service operated by a Countrylink Xplorer (Xplorer (train)) train to and from Sydney and Armidale (Armidale, New South Wales) Moree (Moree, New South Wales). The train to Armidale Moree stops at 3:02pm and the train to Sydney stops at 12:03pm. They only stop on request.


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and the creation of one-way streets (one-way traffic). Media The city is serviced by three local newspapers, many radio stations including four local outlets, and all major television stations. Tamworth TV Guide Local press * ''Armidale Express'' * ''Armidale Express Extra'' * ''Armidale Independent'', closed November 2014 Local radio * TUNE! FM, one of Australia's oldest


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to the rural community, and undertakes a lot of agricultural research. There is also a high-technology presence, as well as notable humanities teaching. UNE hosts a wide range of courses, and introduced a number of new courses in 2008, including a Bachelor of Medicine as part of a joint medical program with the University of Newcastle (University of Newcastle (Australia)). University of New England The university is built around the historic mansion Booloominbah, which is now used for administration and houses a restaurant. UNE is one of the city's main employers. Retail thumb 200px Centro shopping complex in 2008. The mall was renamed 'Central' in 2014. (File:Armidale (3).JPG) Armidale is a major regional retail centre, housing three shopping malls: * '''Centro (Centro Properties Group) Armidale''', a A$ (Australian dollar)49 million development Northern Tablelands (Northern Tablelands, New South Wales) is a 30,546 km² rural electorate, covering the uplands of northern New South Wales. It is centred on the university city of Armidale (Armidale, New South Wales); other towns included in the electorate are Inverell (Inverell, New South Wales), Glen Innes (Glen Innes, New South Wales), Tenterfield (Tenterfield, New South Wales) and Uralla (Uralla, New South Wales). The northern boundary of the electorate is the Queensland border. At the 2003 election, there were 42,886 enrolled voters. After leaving Parliament, Foll became a grazier near Armidale, New South Wales, but retired in 1957 to Port Macquarie (Port Macquarie, New South Wales), where he died, survived by his wife and daughters. '''Peter Cousens''' (born in 1955) is an Australian actor, born in Tamworth NSW. He attended The Armidale School in Armidale (Armidale, New South Wales) (1969–73) www.as.edu.au current_happenings publications Binghi138.pdf and then Gordonstoun School, Scotland. He then spent a year reading Arts at St Paul's College (St. Paul's College, Sydney), Sydney University before studying at the National Institute of Dramatic Art (NIDA), graduating in 1978. '''HMAS ''Armidale'' (J240)''', named for the city of Armidale, New South Wales, was one of 60 ''Bathurst''-class (Bathurst class corvette) corvettes constructed during World War II, and one of 36 initially manned and commissioned solely by the Royal Australian Navy (RAN). Royal Australian Navy, ''HMAS Armidale (I)'' The '''Presbyterian Ladies' College, Armidale''' ('''PLC Armidale''') is an independent (Independent school), Presbyterian, day (Day school) and boarding school for girls. The school is located in Armidale (Armidale, New South Wales), a large rural town with a population of 28,000 in the New England region (New England (Australia)) of New South Wales, Australia. Willow Tree is on the Main North railway line (Main North railway line, New South Wales), 375 km from Sydney. The station opened in 1877 as Warrah, and was renamed Willow Tree in 1879. Willow Tree Railway Station. NSWrail.net. Accessed 1 April 2008. It continues to be served by a daily rail service operated by a Countrylink Xplorer (Xplorer (train)) train to and from Sydney and Armidale (Armidale, New South Wales) Moree (Moree, New South Wales). The train to Armidale Moree stops at 3:02pm and the train to Sydney stops at 12:03pm. They only stop on request.


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A peer-reviewed study carried out by the University of New England found that winter woodsmoke causes 8.8 additional visits per day to GPs in Armidale for respiratory complaints, i.e. about 750 additional visits per year. http: sites.google.com site ausaqg woodsmoke-health-costs "Health costs of woodsmoke in Armidale" Another peer-reviewed study estimated that use of wood heaters in Armidale was responsible for about 11.5 premature deaths per year


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and bridging the Hawkesbury River. Quirindi is located on the Main North railway line (Main North railway line, New South Wales), from Sydney. The station opened in 1877,amp;line NSW:main_north:0 Quirindi Railway Station. NSWrail.net. Accessed 1 april 2008. and continues to be served by daily rail services operated by a Countrylink Xplorer (Xplorer (train)) train to and from Sydney

as Warrah, and was renamed Willow Tree in 1879.amp;line NSW:main_north:0 Willow Tree Railway Station. NSWrail.net. Accessed 1 April 2008. It continues to be served by a daily rail service operated by a Countrylink Xplorer (Xplorer (train)) train to and from Sydney and Armidale (Armidale, New South Wales) Moree (Moree, New South Wales). The train to Armidale Moree stops at 3:02pm and the train to Sydney stops at 12:03pm. They only stop on request.


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before studying at the National Institute of Dramatic Art (NIDA), graduating in 1978. '''HMAS ''Armidale'' (J240)''', named for the city of Armidale, New South Wales, was one of 60 ''Bathurst''-class (Bathurst class corvette) corvettes constructed during World War II, and one of 36 initially manned and commissioned solely by the Royal Australian Navy (RAN). Royal Australian Navy, ''HMAS Armidale (I)'' The '''Presbyterian Ladies' College


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, Australia. It runs through the Central Coast (Central Coast (New South Wales)), Hunter (Hunter Valley) and the New England (New England (Australia)) regions. The line was the original main line between Sydney and Brisbane (Brisbane, Queensland), however this required a change of gauge at Wallangarra. The line is now closed north of Armidale (Armidale, New South Wales), and the main route between Brisbane and Sydney is now the North Coast railway line, New South Wales


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Wales Armidale , Brisbane and Sydney. Notable towns located on the upland areas of the range include Atherton (Atherton, Queensland), Toowoomba (Toowoomba, Queensland), Armidale (Armidale, New South Wales), Oberon (Oberon, New South Wales), Goulburn (Goulburn, New South Wales), Canberra, Walcha (Walcha, New South Wales) and Omeo (Omeo, Victoria). Many other towns and cities are located in lowland areas and foothills adjacent to the highlands. There is a strong natural history and cultural attachment to the Dividing Range region in towns and on and many, sometimes remote landholdings. '''Cathedral Rock''' is a national park eight kilometres west of Waterfall Way in New South Wales, Australia, 70 kilometres east of Armidale (Armidale, New South Wales) and about 555 kilometres north of Sydney. '''Cunnawarra''' is a national park in New South Wales, Australia, 80 km east of Armidale (Armidale, New South Wales), 10 km off the Waterfall Way and 565 km north of Sydney (Sydney, Australia). The 25 kilometre Styx River Forest Way runs from the Point Lookout (Point Lookout, New South Wales) Road through Cunnawarra National Park to the Kempsey (Kempsey, New South Wales) Road. The New England National Park adjoins the Cunnawarra National Park on the north-eastern boundary and the Oxley Wild Rivers National Park joins it on the southern corner. National Parks of the Waterfall Way, NSW NPWS, 2002 '''Guy Fawkes River National Park''' is on Waterfall Way near Ebor (Ebor, New South Wales) in New South Wales, Australia, 50 kilometres west of Dorrigo (Dorrigo, New South Wales) and 80 km north-east of Armidale (Armidale, New South Wales). The park is approximately 560 km north of Sydney. '''New England National Park''' is situated on the Northern Tablelands (Northern Tablelands (New South Wales)) in the New England (New England (Australia)) region of New South Wales, Australia, 560 km north of Sydney (Sydney, Australia). It is about 10 km south of Waterfall Way, just 85 km east of Armidale (Armidale, New South Wales) and 65 km west of Coffs Harbour. NSW NPWS "New England National Park", December 2007 Ebor (Ebor, New South Wales), 20 km away, is the closest village to New England National Park. Biography Judith Wright was born in Armidale, New South Wales the eldest child of Phillip Wright (John Wright (pastoralist)) and his first wife Ethel, but spent most of her formative years in Brisbane and Sydney. Northern Tablelands (Northern Tablelands, New South Wales) is a 30,546 km² rural electorate, covering the uplands of northern New South Wales. It is centred on the university city of Armidale (Armidale, New South Wales); other towns included in the electorate are Inverell (Inverell, New South Wales), Glen Innes (Glen Innes, New South Wales), Tenterfield (Tenterfield, New South Wales) and Uralla (Uralla, New South Wales). The northern boundary of the electorate is the Queensland border. At the 2003 election, there were 42,886 enrolled voters. After leaving Parliament, Foll became a grazier near Armidale, New South Wales, but retired in 1957 to Port Macquarie (Port Macquarie, New South Wales), where he died, survived by his wife and daughters. '''Peter Cousens''' (born in 1955) is an Australian actor, born in Tamworth NSW. He attended The Armidale School in Armidale (Armidale, New South Wales) (1969–73) www.as.edu.au current_happenings publications Binghi138.pdf and then Gordonstoun School, Scotland. He then spent a year reading Arts at St Paul's College (St. Paul's College, Sydney), Sydney University before studying at the National Institute of Dramatic Art (NIDA), graduating in 1978. '''HMAS ''Armidale'' (J240)''', named for the city of Armidale, New South Wales, was one of 60 ''Bathurst''-class (Bathurst class corvette) corvettes constructed during World War II, and one of 36 initially manned and commissioned solely by the Royal Australian Navy (RAN). Royal Australian Navy, ''HMAS Armidale (I)'' The '''Presbyterian Ladies' College, Armidale''' ('''PLC Armidale''') is an independent (Independent school), Presbyterian, day (Day school) and boarding school for girls. The school is located in Armidale (Armidale, New South Wales), a large rural town with a population of 28,000 in the New England region (New England (Australia)) of New South Wales, Australia. Willow Tree is on the Main North railway line (Main North railway line, New South Wales), 375 km from Sydney. The station opened in 1877 as Warrah, and was renamed Willow Tree in 1879. Willow Tree Railway Station. NSWrail.net. Accessed 1 April 2008. It continues to be served by a daily rail service operated by a Countrylink Xplorer (Xplorer (train)) train to and from Sydney and Armidale (Armidale, New South Wales) Moree (Moree, New South Wales). The train to Armidale Moree stops at 3:02pm and the train to Sydney stops at 12:03pm. They only stop on request.

Armidale, New South Wales

'''Armidale''' is a city in the Northern Tablelands, New South Wales, Australia. Armidale Retrieved 23 October 2010 Armidale had a population of 23,578 as at 30 June 2011. It is the administrative centre for the Northern Tablelands (Northern Tablelands, New South Wales) region. It is located approximately half way between Sydney and Brisbane at the junction of the New England Highway, national route 15, and Waterfall Way. Armidale traditional owners are Anaiwan people. Many Gumbaynggirr people have settled in Armidale since colonisation.

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