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ⓘ Michelago




Michelago
                                     

ⓘ Michelago

Michelago is a locality in the Monaro region of New South Wales, Australia. The locality is in the Snowy Monaro Regional Council local government area, 54 kilometres south of Canberra on the Monaro Highway. It was founded in the 1820s, on the main route from Sydney to the Snowy Mountains. At the 2016 census, Michelago had a population of 562.

                                     
  • Murrumburrah Cootamundra Gundagai B squadron Goulburn Braidwood - Araluen Michelago - Bredbo Bungendore C squadron Mudgee Rylstone Lue D squadron Scone Belltrees
  • rubbish tip. This section of the reserve is bordered by the Queanbeyan - Michelago tourist railway, horse paddocks, a residential area, and a former rubbish
  • Bungendore, Braidwood, Cooma, Bombala, Captains Flat, Nimmitabel, Bredbo, Michelago Berridale, Jindabyne and Adaminaby. The electorate was created in 1856
  • of the ACT and surrounding areas of NSW including Queanbeyan, Yass and Michelago with FM repeaters at Wagga and Junee, and a streaming media on its web
  • and jodhpurs standing by her horse in her family s farming property at Michelago in New South Wales, Australia. Lambert had met Ryrie s father Major General
  • Jimenbuen Jingera Kalkite Kiandra Kybeyan Lords Hill Maffra Merriangaah Michelago Middle Flat Middlingbank Mila Moonbah Murrumbucca Myalla Nimmo Numbla
  • Mullumbimby Murwillumbah, Thirroul, Wollongong, Berry, Nowra, Tarago, Michelago Cooma, Nimmitabel, Bombala, Canberra, Queanbeyan, Bungendore, Botany
  • freedom of movement, except in Britain and Ireland and later lived in Michelago When the Government surveyor, Charles Scrivener, recommended Canberra
  • Register on 2 April 1999. The construction contract for the Bungendore to Michelago section was awarded to Alex Johnston on 27 May 1884. The station location
  • enters Michelago and crosses the railway a final few times as the railway winds through the area. It does not enter the urban area of Michelago itself
  • Thomas in Moonbah, and Our Lady of the Snow in Perisher and Michelago St Patrick in Michelago All Saints in Bredbo, and St Patrick in Jerangle The Northern

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