Geographical Names Board of New South Wales

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international sporting

for a place name Category:Geography of New South Wales Category:Government agencies of New South Wales Category:Names of places in Oceania Category:Toponymy It has hosted major international sporting events, including the 1938 British Empire Games and the 2000 Summer Olympics. The main airport serving Sydney is Sydney Airport


major international

for a place name Category:Geography of New South Wales Category:Government agencies of New South Wales Category:Names of places in Oceania Category:Toponymy It has hosted major international sporting events, including the 1938 British Empire Games and the 2000 Summer Olympics. The main airport serving Sydney is Sydney Airport


important traditional

policy and recognising important traditional Aboriginal placenames alongside longstanding introduced names. The Board's policy mirrors the U.S. Board of Geographical names in that it seeks to eliminate possessive names from all place names in NSW. Roads called Smith's


prominent buildings

bot H3llBot (sometimes referred to as ''South Cronulla Beach''), is a patrolled beach on Bate Bay, in Cronulla (Cronulla, New South Wales), New South Wales, Australia. The Cronulla Pavilion and the Cronulla Lifesaving Club are two prominent buildings located close to the sand. Cronulla Park sits behind the beach. The Cronulla Rock Pools are between Cronulla Beach and North Cronulla beach. ''The Alley'' is the local name given to the area between Cronulla Beach and North Cronulla Beach. ''Shark Island (Shark Island, Cronulla Beach)'' is a dangerous reef break, located off Cronulla Beach.


sydney

for a place name Category:Geography of New South Wales Category:Government agencies of New South Wales Category:Names of places in Oceania Category:Toponymy It has hosted major international sporting events, including the 1938 British Empire Games and the 2000 Summer Olympics. The main airport serving Sydney is Sydney Airport

Geographical Names Register Extract: Sydney (Kingsford Smith) Airport work Geographical Names Register (GNR) of NSW publisher Geographical Names Board of New South Wales accessdate 28 September 2010 and the main port in the city is Sydney Harbour (Port Jackson). thumb right Entrance near Berowra railway station (File:Ku-ring-gai Chase National Park entrance Berowra.jpg) '''Ku-ring-gai Chase''' is a national park in New South Wales, Australia, 25 km north

of Sydney located largely within the Ku-ring-gai (Ku-ring-gai Council), Hornsby (Hornsby Shire), Warringah (Warringah Council) and Pittwater (Pittwater Council) municipal areas. Ku-ring-gai Chase is also officially classed as a suburb by the Geographical Names Board of New South Wales. The villages of Cottage Point, Appletree Bay, and Bobbin Head are located within park boundaries. An isolated portion of the park; Barrenjoey Headland, is located to the north of Palm Beach east


amp water

Board of New South Wales accessdate 30 January 2011 '''Burning Mountain''', the common name for '''Mount Wingen''', is a hill near Wingen, New South Wales

publisher Geographical Names Board of New South Wales accessdate 30 January 2011 Akuna Bay sits in the Kuring-gai Chase National Park and takes its name from


title traditional

policy and recognising important traditional Aboriginal placenames alongside longstanding introduced names. The Board's policy mirrors the U.S. Board of Geographical names in that it seeks to eliminate possessive names from all place names in NSW. Roads called Smith's


large natural

(GNR) of NSW publisher Geographical Names Board of New South Wales accessdate 2008-06-02 parish Viney Creek Coweambah '''Port Stephens''' is a large natural harbour located about It lies wholly within


work

policy and recognising important traditional Aboriginal placenames alongside longstanding introduced names. The Board's policy mirrors the U.S. Board of Geographical names in that it seeks to eliminate possessive names from all place names in NSW. Roads called Smith's

Geographical Names Register Extract: Sydney (Kingsford Smith) Airport work Geographical Names Register (GNR) of NSW publisher Geographical Names Board of New South Wales accessdate 28 September 2010 and the main port in the city is Sydney Harbour (Port Jackson). thumb right Entrance near Berowra railway station (File:Ku-ring-gai Chase National Park entrance Berowra.jpg) '''Ku-ring-gai Chase''' is a national park in New South Wales, Australia, 25 km north

?transaction savefile&placename &status &designation CITY&lga None&map &parish title Geographical Names Register Extract: List of placenames acknowledged as a CITY format .CSV (Comma-separated values) work Geographical Names Register (GNR) of NSW publisher Geographical Names Board of New South Wales accessdate 31 August 2008 and Local Government Areas that have been proclaimed as cities but are not acknowledged on the Geographical Names Register


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Plains''', named after Dr. Gibson, a settler in the district in 1839. Kiandra Geographical Names Board of New South Wales For a Century (until the establishment of Cabramurra), Kiandra was Australia's highest town. Headland and Point Stephens The irregularly shaped headland, which is sometimes mistakenly called "Fingal Island", covers an area of approximately

Geographical Names Board of New South Wales

The '''Geographical Names Board of New South Wales''', a statutory authority of the Land and Property Information (New South Wales Land and Property Information) division, Department of Finance and Services (New South Wales Department of Finance and Services) in the Government of New South Wales, is the official body for naming (Geographic Names Board) and recording details of place (Location (geography))s and geographical names in the state of New South Wales, Australia.

Whilst the Board is an independent body, it is responsible to the General Manager of Land and Property Information, currently Des Mooney (presently Chairman of the Board); who reports to the Director General of the Department of Finance and Services, currently Michael Coutts-Trotter. Both the General Manager for Land and Property Information and the Director General of the Department report to the Minister for Finance and Services (Minister for Finance and Services (New South Wales)), currently the Honourable Greg Pearce (Greg Pearce (politician)) MLC.

The Board was established in 1966 pursuant to the Geographical Names Act, 1966 (NSW).

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