Foster Tuncurry Seal Rocks NSW Australia Aerial Photos

Foster Tuncurry Seal Rocks Great Lakes Council was a local government area in the Mid North Coast region of New South Wales Australia. The area is situated adjacent to the shores of Port Stephens, Myall Lakes and Wallis Lake and the Pacific Highway and the Lakes Way.
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Forster Tuncurry NSW Australia Aerial Photos portfolio Forster Tuncurry is a coastal town in the Mid North Coast region of New South Wales.
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Wallis Lake NSW Australia Aerial Photos portfolio Wallis Lake, an open and trained wave dominated barrier estuary, is located within the Great Lakes local government area in the Mid North Coast region of New South Wales, Australia.
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Elizabeth Boomerang Beach NSW Australia Aerial Photos portfolio Elizabeth beach Boomerang Beach or 'lizzy' as it is known by locals, is the only beach in the pacific palms which is patrolled in summer and is a part of the booti booti national park
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Seal Rocks NSW Australia Aerial Photos portfolio Seal Rocks is a small coastal settlement in the Great Lakes Council local government area, in the Mid North Coast/Hunter regions of New South Wales, Australia, 275 kilometres north-north-east of Sydney.
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Bulahdelah New South Wales Australia Aerial Photos portfolio Bulahdelah is a locality in the Hunter/Mid North Coast region of New South Wales, Australia in the Great Lakes Council local government area. At the 2011 census, the locality had a population of 1,519.
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Karuah New South Wales Australia Aerial Photos portfolio Karuah is a locality in both the Port Stephens and Great Lakes Councils in the Hunter Region of New South Wales, Australia. It is thought that the name means 'native plum tree' in the local Aboriginal dialect.
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Nerong New South Wales Australia Aerial Photos portfolio Karuah is a locality in both the Port Stephens and Great Lakes Councils in the Hunter Region of New South Wales, Australia. It is thought that the name means 'native plum tree' in the local Aboriginal dialect.