New South Wales
Named after the city of Newcastle which was named by Governor King in 1804.
Newcastle covers an area of approximately 335 sq km from Williamtown, Heatherbrae, Millers Forest and Thornton in the north, Lenaghan in the west to Kotara and Adamstown Heights in the south. The main suburbs include Adamstown, Birmingham Gardens, Broadmeadow, Carrington, Cooks Hill, Hamilton, Heatherbrae, Islington, Lambton, Mayfield, Merewether, Newcastle, New Lambton, Sandgate, Shortland, Stockton, The Junction, Tighes Hill, Waratah, Wickham, Williamtown and parts of Adamstown Heights, Jesmond, Kotara, Maryland, Millers Forest, Salt Ash, Thornton and Wallsend.
Ship-building and repairs, transport equipment, tourism, tertiary education, food-processing, railway goods, chemicals and heavy engineering. Newcastle is the second largest city in NSW and is a busy port, handling imports and exports.
Please refer to the Parliament of Australia website
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