ⓘ Newnes, New South Wales

Newnes, New South Wales

ⓘ Newnes, New South Wales

Newnes, an abandoned oil shale mining site of the Wolgan Valley, is located in the Central Tablelands region of New South Wales, Australia. The site that was operational in the early 20th century is now partly surrounded by Wollemi National Park. The settlement was originally built by the Commonwealth Oil Corporation.

  • Sydney have been closed: Railways portal New South Wales portal List of Sydney railway stations Stations from Newnes Junction to Bottom Points of the Great
  • Davis Road to the east by the Wollemi National Park and to the south by the Newnes State Forest, the Wolgan Valley, and the Wolgan State Forest. The
  • Hartley is a historical village in the Central Tablelands region of New South Wales Australia, within the City of Lithgow local government area, located
  • is a railway line in New South Wales Australia. The line forms part of a cross country route between Cootamundra on the Main South line and Werris Creek
  • west to Newnes in New South Wales Cassinia cunninghamii Australian Plant Census. Retrieved 1 January 2020. J. Everett. New South Wales Flora Online:
  • the Central Tablelands of New South Wales Australia. The Colo River rises on the Great Dividing Range, northeast of Newnes formed by the confluence
  • heritage railway, situated near the town of Lithgow in the state of New South Wales The line climbs the western flank of the Blue Mountains, using railway
  • which served the South Maitland coalfields in the Hunter Region of New South Wales Australia and were the second last system in Australia to use steam

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