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ⓘ Moama




Moama
                                     

ⓘ Moama

Moama is a town in the Riverina district of southern New South Wales, Australia, in the Murray River Council local government area. The town is directly across the Murray River from the larger town of Echuca in the neighbouring state of Victoria, to which it is connected by a bridge. At the 2011 census, Moama had a population of 5.559.

                                     
  • in a south - southwesterly direction past the border settlement of Echuca Moama into Bendigo, before turning south - southeast towards Melbourne, terminating
  • the 141 Cadastral divisions of New South Wales. It contains the city of Moama Cadell County was named in honour of Francis Cadell 1822 - 1879 river
  • in Australia, finishing at the Victorian NSW border towns of Echuca and Moama The race, held on the second weekend in February, currently attracts around
  • Football Club in the Australian Football League AFL Originally from Moama Schultz played for the Bendigo Pioneers in the TAC Cup. He was drafted
  • both are on the Victorian side of the river, so not in this region with Moama near the centre. The town of Womboota is near the northwestern extent of
  • The 2000 World Outdoor Bowls Championship Women s Triples was held in Moama Australia from 8 25 March 2000. The gold medal was won by Sharon Sims
  • The 2000 World Outdoor Bowls Championship - Women s Pairs was held in Moama Australia from 8 25 March 2000. The gold medal was won by Margaret Letham
  • then won the pairs title at the 2000 World Outdoor Bowls Championship in Moama Australia. Lindores remained in Melbourne after the 2006 Commonwealth Games

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