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ⓘ Nimmitabel




Nimmitabel
                                     

ⓘ Nimmitabel

Nimmitabel is a small town in the Monaro region in southeast New South Wales, Australia, in the Snowy Monaro Regional Council local government area. At the 2016 census, Nimmitabel had a population of 320.

The city is located 37 kilometers 23 miles South of Cooma and 75 km 47 miles to the West of Bega. Nimmitabel on the part of the route is divided between the snowy mountains highway B72 or Monaro highway Q23.

It is located on the southern tip of the Great Dividing range in the West of the Monaro, and is located 20 km 12 miles West of Wadbilliga National Park.

Nimmitabel means "the place where a lot of water, start or divide" in the local aboriginal language. Many various spellings were adopted for the city, including: Nimmytabell 1837, Nimmitabool 1841, 1844 Nimmittybel, Nimmitabel1845, Nimmitybelle, Nimithybale,Nymytable all in 1848, Nimmitabil1851, Nimitabille and Nimithy Bell1856, Nimaty-Bell1857, Nimmitabel1858

The area around Nimmitabel is only true Chernozem soils in Australia, very rich, fertile and dark earth.

                                     
  • formally described in 2006 by David Jones from a specimen he collected near Nimmitabel and the description was published in Australian Orchid Research. The specific
  • National Park E. holopetalus left and southern sassafras right near Nimmitabel Black olive berry at its best development: 25 m tall at Mount Imlay, Australia
  • are multiple towns and villages along the highway, including Bombala, Nimmitabel and Cooma. The terrain within the Monaro is largely hilly, and there
  • this metric than notable mainland sites of a similar elevation such as Nimmitabel 15.6  C 60.1  F and Cooma 19.4  C 66.9  F as well as Thredbo village
  • was first surveyed in March 1849. It also included the small towns of Nimmitabel Numeralla, Bredbo and Michelago. Other populated areas included the villages
  • Queanbeyan September 1887 Michelago December 1887 Cooma May 1889 Nimmitabel April 1912 and Bombala November 1921 The line is used by NSW TrainLink
  • include Queanbeyan, Bungendore, Braidwood, Cooma, Bombala, Captains Flat, Nimmitabel Bredbo, Michelago, Berridale, Jindabyne and Adaminaby. The electorate
  • distance until it meets the Monaro Highway at Steeple Flat, south of Nimmitabel This intersection is a T - intersection, through traffic continues north
  • Monaro Regional Council: Adaminaby Berridale Bombala Cooma Jindabyne Nimmitabel The following localities are located within Snowy Monaro Regional Council:

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