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Moonta, South Australia
Moonta, South Australia The town of Moonta (34°06′S ... located on the Yorke Peninsula of South Australia 163 kilometres north-northwest of Adelaide. It ... he was navigating the coastline of Southern Australia in 1802, Matthew Flinders explored the coastline ... richest mines in the whole of South Australia by 1917, exceeding the total wealth created ... 1836, the year of establishment of South Australia. The population of Moonta in 1875 ...
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Kadina, South Australia
Kadina, South Australia The town of Kadina (33°57′S ... located on the Yorke Peninsula of South Australia 144 kilometres north-northwest of Adelaide, the capital of South Australia. It is one of the three Copper ... division of Grey. See also Wallaroo, South Australia Moonta, South Australia References and external links District of ...
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1945 in Australia
1945 in Australia See also: 1944 in Australia, other events of 1945, 1946 in Australia and the Timeline of Australian history. Incumbents ... South Wales - William McKell Premier of South Australia - Thomas Playford IV Premier of Queensland - Frank ... of Tasmania - Robert Cosgrove Premier of Western Australia - John Willcock (til July 31) then ...
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1944 in Australia
1944 in Australia See also: 1943 in Australia, other events of 1944, 1945 in Australia and the Timeline of Australian history. Incumbents ... South Wales - William McKell Premier of South Australia - Thomas Playford IV Premier of Queensland - Frank ... of Tasmania - Robert Cosgrove Premier of Western Australia - John Willcock Premier of Victoria - Albert ...
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60 Minutes (Australia)
60 Minutes (Australia) The Australian 60 Minutes premiered February 11 ... List of Australian television series External links Australia's 60 Minutes official website from Nine Network 60 Minutes (Australia) at The Internet Movie Database
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Bindoon, Western Australia
Bindoon, Western Australia Bindoon is a suburb of Perth, Western Australia, located within the Shire of Chittering. Its ...
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Edinburgh, South Australia
Edinburgh, South Australia Edinburgh ' (34°42′S 138°37′E ... a northern suburb of Adelaide, in South Australia. It is an industrial suburb dominated by ...
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Stratton, Western Australia
Stratton, Western Australia Stratton is a suburb of Perth, Western Australia, located within the City of Swan. Its ...
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Open Universities Australia
Open Universities Australia It has been suggested that this article ... merged into Distance education. (Discuss) Open Universities Australia (OUA) is a flexible way to study ... when you want, from any location in Australia or overseas. This is a flexible way ... from Griffith University studied through Open Universities Australia uses the same content, same exams, and ... Griffith University. Who we are Open Universities Australia is owned and partnered by seven ...
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Stoneville, Western Australia
Stoneville, Western Australia Stoneville is a town near Perth, Western Australia. It is named after Sir Albert Edward ... Stone , who was Chief Justice of Western Australia when the place was named in 1905 ... proportion of personal computer users in Western Australia at 55.7%. Suburbs of the Shire ...
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