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New Addition to our Collections: Samuel Marsden

  • by Antony Ramm, Local and Family History, Central Library

The broad outline of Samuel Marsden‘s life and works are well-known: born Farsley, 1764, Samuel emigrated to the Australian colonies in 1793 after accepting an appointment as assistant to the Chaplain of New South Wales. 463 more words

Antony Ramm

The Spit Middle Harbour

The image above is a beautiful glimpse into the history of place which many Sydneysiders and visitors to Sydney alike will be familiar with – The Spit in Middle Harbour. 244 more words

New South Wales

Top 10 Sightseeing in New South Wales

Discover the top 10 spots not to be missed during your visit to NSW!

  • Byron Bay: famous, it’s a very touristy spot to learn how to surf and generally relax.
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"Oh Mumma, I Wanna Go Surfin'" 

Was New South Wales actually named because of what it reminded settlers of? I assumed not until the rain storm we drove through leaving Sydney heading south down the coast. 1,657 more words

Travel

Next stop... Newcastle!

Heading to Newcastle for a well earned rest and to catch-up with a special trio…

Located 162kms north-northeast of Sydney, at the mouth of the Hunter River, it is the predominant city within the Hunter Region. 144 more words

Youth Opportunities Program closing 26 June 2017 (NSW)

The NSW Minister responsible for Youth, the Hon Ray Williams MP, has announced the next round of funding for the Youth Opportunities Program.

The Program provides one-off, time-limited grants of up to $50,000 to not-for-profit organisations and local councils for youth-led and youth-driven community projects that have a positive youth development focus. 146 more words

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