New South Wales
Named after Sir John Robertson 1816–91, former Premier of New South Wales.
Robertson covers an area of approximately 785 sq km from the Hawkesbury River in the south, west to Wiseman's Ferry, north along the Gosford City Council boundary to Mangrove Creek, generally east by Warre Warren Creek to again meet the Gosford City Council boundary. Then south-east following the Wyong Shire Boundary to the Sydney/Newcastle freeway, east to Serpentine Road and to Terrigal and then south by the coast to Broken Bay and the Hawkesbury River. The main centres include Gosford, Terrigal, Woy Woy and Erina.
Citrus, vegetable and flower growing, poultry products, tourism, retail, service industries, light manufacturing and boat building.
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