ⓘ Dalgety, New South Wales

Dalgety, New South Wales

ⓘ Dalgety, New South Wales

Dalgety is a small town in New South Wales, Australia, on the banks of the Snowy River between Melbourne and Sydney.

The city is located on what was once an important crossing along the travelling stock route from Gippsland to the snowy mountains since 1840-ies.

  • New South Wales Australia. It was designed by Laird Buchan and built in 1918 by Frederick Coulson. The property is owned by the New South Wales Office
  • new capital city of Australia. The act repealed the earlier Seat of Government Act 1904 which had previously selected a site at Dalgety for the new capital
  • Hunt was born in Kiama, New South Wales in 1870, the youngest son of George Hunt. He trained as an architect in New South Wales In 1896 and 1897, he was
  • protected national park that is located in the Far West region of New South Wales in eastern Australia. The 19, 386 - hectare 47, 900 - acre national park
  • Country region spanning both the Australian Capital Territory and New South Wales Australia. Ginninderra is derived from the Aboriginal word, meaning
  • government area located in the Snowy Mountains and Monaro regions of New South Wales Australia. The council was formed on 12 May 2016 through a merger
  • After attending Scots College and Sydney Grammar School he was employed by Dalgety s Ltd and then began farming on the Tweed River. During World War I he
  • Berridale Brothers Dalgety Dry Plain Ingebyra Jindabyne Jindabyne East Wollondibby Located in the central west and Orana regions of New South Wales spanning the
  • Dalgety Farmers Limited, Hawker de Havilland and Australian Aircraft Consortium before entering politics. In 1994 Debnam was elected to the New South
  • later played for New South Wales from 1888 until 1892. Braddon had a commercial and political career in Australia, working for Dalgetys and representing

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