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Wildwood, Victoria

Wildwood is a rural locality in Victoria, Australia, 31 km north-west of Melbournes central business district. Its local government area is the City of Hume. At the 2016 census, Wildwood had a population of 216. Wildwood is bordered by Konagaderr ...

Yannathan, Victoria

Yannathan is a bounded rural locality in Victoria, Australia, 75 kilometres south-east of Melbournes Central Business District, located within the Shire of Cardinia local government area. Yannathan recorded a population of 238 at the 2016 Census.

Yellingbo, Victoria

Yellingbo is a town in Victoria, Australia, 48 km east from Melbournes central business district. Its local government area is the Shire of Yarra Ranges. At the 2016 census, Yellingbo had a population of 534.

Yuroke, Victoria

Yuroke is a bounded rural locality within Greater Melbourne in Victoria, Australia. It is adjacent to the Melbourne Metropolitan Area beyond the Urban Growth Boundary. It is 26 km north from Melbournes central business district and its local gove ...

Beeliar Wetlands

The Beeliar Wetlands are made up of two chains of lakes and wetlands that run parallel to the west coast of Western Australia. They are situated on the Swan Coastal Plain between the Darling Escarpment and the Indian Ocean. Beeliar was the name g ...

Booragoon Lake

Booragoon Lake is a small freshwater lake in suburban Perth, Western Australia. The lake is located in the suburbs of Booragoon and is bordered by Leach highway, street lang and Aldridge road. He is part of the Eastern wetlands of Beeliar regiona ...

Glen Forrest, Western Australia

Glen Forrest is a suburb within the Shire of Mundaring, south of John Forrest National Park, west of Mahogany Creek, east of Darlington, and north of the Helena River. Its northern boundary is determined by the Great Eastern Highway. Originally k ...

Jualbup Lake

The lake is contained within Shenton Park, a parkland in the suburb of Shenton Park, bounded by Lake Avenue, Excelsior Street, Evans Street and Herbert Road. As well as the lakes themselves, the park area includes open grassed space, barbecues an ...

Melville Water

Melville Water is a significant section of the Swan River in Perth, Western Australia. It is located west and downstream of Perth Water, from which it is separated by the Narrows Bridge.

Stirling Gardens

Stirling Gardens is a small public park in Perth, Western Australia. Located on the corner of Saint Georges terrace and barrack street, West of the government House and North of the Supreme court building, it contains a group of significant eleme ...

Supreme Court Gardens

Supreme Court Gardens is a park in the central business district of Perth, Western Australia, bounded by Riverside Drive, Barrack Street, Governors Avenue, and the buildings of the Supreme Court of Western Australia. In the late 1880s Perth water ...

Waylen Bay

Waylen Bay is a small embayment on the west coast of Australia, situated in the Perth suburb of Applecross between Point Dundas to Point Heathcote. One of the main features Waylen Bay scout hall, located right on the beach. It is home to the Wayl ...

Lake Alabaster

Lake Alabaster, also known by the Maori name of Waiwahuika, lies at the northern end of Fiordland, in the southwest of New Zealands South Island. The lake runs from northeast to southwest, is six kilometres in length, and covers 7 km². Lake alaba ...

Lake Alice (Southland)

Lake Alice is a small lake at the eastern end of Te Houhou / George Sound approximately 52 km north west of Te Anau in the Southland region of the South Island. The lake is fed by the Edith River and flows into George Sound via Alice Falls.

Bligh Sound

Hāwea / Bligh Sound is a fiord of the South Island of New Zealand. It is located in Fiordland, 30 kilometres southwest of Milford Sound, and is 15 kilometres in length. The fiord forms a crooked "Z" shape. Wild Natives River flows into the innerm ...

Breaksea Sound

Te Puaitaha / Breaksea Sound is a small fiord on the southwestern coast of South Island, New Zealand in the Tasman Sea. Breaksea Island in Fiordland National Park lies at its entrance. In the 1850s, early settlers Henry Hirst and John Charles Wat ...

Dagg Sound

Te Rā / Dagg Sound is a narrow fiord located in Fiordland, New Zealand. It lies south of Doubtful Sound and north of Breaksea Sound. Whales frequent the waters out from the entrance of the fiord, close to the edge of the continental shelf where t ...

Green Lake (Southland)

Green Lake is a lake in Hunter Mountains in the Southland Region of New Zealand located to the north of Lake Monowai. The lake has no surface outlets but probably feeds several streams draining to lake Monowai via springs. The lake is a basin in ...

Mount Grono

Mount Grono is a 1.196-metre peak on Secretary Island, part of New Zealands Fiordland National Park. It was named for early 19th century sealer John Grono. Grono mountain is the highest peak in new Zealand the main island in the nor North, nor So ...

Lake Innes

Lake Innes is a lake in the South Island of New Zealand. The lake is part of the river An. He was named surveyor John hay after his colleague John Innes.

Lake McKerrow

Lake McKerrow, also known by the Māori name of Whakatipu Waitai, lies at the northern end of Fiordland, in the southwest of New Zealands South Island. The lake runs from southeast to northwest, is 15 kilometres in length, and covers 28 km². Lake ...

Mirror Lakes

Mirror Lakes are a set of lakes lying north of Lake Te Anau and immediately to the west of the road from Te Anau to Milford Sound in New Zealand. 56 kilometers 35 miles North from Te Anau, the lakes are about halfway to Milford sound and the Park ...

Mount Moturau

Mount Moturau is a mountain at height 1.497 m, rising south west of the Hope Arm of Lake Manapouri and clearly visible from Manapouri township. Note: Topographic map C44, Hunter Mountains, GR 2080950E 5497500N. Not named on official mapping pre 1 ...

Lake Poteriteri

Lake Poteriteri is the southernmost of the large lakes in Fiordland National Park in New Zealands South Island. Only Lakes Hakapoua and Innes lie further south on the southern of New Zealands two main islands. It is located 40 kilometres to the w ...

Puysegur Point

Puysegur Point is located in the far southwest of the South Island of New Zealand. It lies within Fiordland National Park on the southern head of Preservation Inlet. It lies 145 kilometres west-northwest of Invercargill. It is the site of a light ...

Sutherland Sound

Te Hāpua / Sutherland Sound is a fiord of the South Island of New Zealand. It is the smallest of the fiords that make up the coast of Fiordland, and the only one with limited sea access. It is the second most northerly of the fiords, 22 kilometre ...

Thompson Sound (New Zealand)

The fiord is connected at its farthest extent with Pendulo Reach, part of Doubtful Sound, and between them Thompson and Doubtful Sounds form the non-Tasman Sea coast of Secretary Island. It is 21 kilometres in length. Bradshaw Sound, which extend ...

West Cape

West Cape is the westernmost point in the main chain of islands of New Zealand. It is located in the far southwest of the South Island, within Fiordland National Park, between Dusky Sound and Chalky Inlet. The Western Cape is one of 4 New Zealand ...

Currulao, Antioquia

Currulao is a Colombian coregiment of the municipality of Turbo in the Department of Antioquia. Currulao became a municipality by ordinance 13 segregating from the town of Turbo as a Special Portuary District. But some months later the Court of A ...

San Marcos, Antioquia

San Marcos is a town in Antioquia department in Colombia. It is approximately 175 miles north of Medellin, in the heart of Colombias coffee-growing region. San Marcos is 8°38 N. lat. 75°10 West longitude. Symbol airport-SRS.

Central Boyaca Province

The Central Boyaca Province is a province of the Colombian Department of Boyaca. The province is formed by fifteen municipalities, including the departmental capital Tunja.

Eastern Boyaca Province

The Eastern Boyaca Province is a province of the Colombian Department of Boyaca. The province is formed by 8 municipalities. The Tenza Valley is located in the Eastern Boyaca Province. The province hosts the eastern belt containing rich emerald d ...

Gutierrez Province

The Gutierrez Province is a province of the Colombian Department of Boyaca. The province is formed by six municipalities. The province is named after Colombian president Jose Santos Gutierrez. The highest mountains of the Eastern Ranges of the Co ...

La Libertad Province

La Libertad Province is a province of the Colombian Department of Boyaca. The province is formed by 4 municipalities. The province bears its name for the liberty gained from the Spanish Empire after the independence of Gran Colombia.

Neira Province

The Neira Province is a subregion of the Colombian Department of Boyaca. The subregion is formed by 6 municipalities. The province is named after Juan Nepomuceno Neira.

Ricaurte Province

The Ricaurte Province is a province of the Colombian Department of Boyaca. The province, named after independence hero Antonio Ricaurte, is formed by 13 municipalities.

Valderrama Province

The Valderrama Province is a subregion of the Colombian Department of Boyaca. The subregion is formed by 7 municipalities. The province is named after Antonio Valderrama.

Western Boyaca Province

The Western Boyaca Province is a province of the Colombian Department of Boyaca. The province is formed by 15 municipalities. The province hosts the western belt of the rich emerald deposits of Boyaca.

Almeidas Province

Almeidas Province is one of the 15 provinces in the Cundinamarca Department, Colombia. Almeidas borders to the east with the Boyaca Department to the north with the Ubate Province, to the west with the Central Savanna Province and to the south wi ...

Central Magdalena Province

Central Magdalena Province is one of the 15 provinces in the Cundinamarca Department, Colombia. Central Magdalena borders to the west the Tolima Department and the Magdalena River, to the north the Lower Magdalena Province, to the east the Gualiv ...

Central Savanna Province

Central Savanna Province is one of the fifteen provinces of Cundinamarca, in the country of Colombia. It is located in the central area of the department, and has 11 municipalities. The province capital is the city of Zipaquira.

Gualiva Province

Gualiva Province is one of the 15 provinces in the Cundinamarca Department, Colombia. Gualiva borders the Lower Magdalena Province to the west, to the north the Rionegro Province, to the east and southeast the Western Savanna Province, to the sou ...

Guavio Province

The Guavio Province is one of the 15 provinces in the Cundinamarca department, Colombia. Guavio borders the Capital District of Bogota and the Central Savanna Province to the west, to the north the Almeidas Province, to the east the Boyaca Depart ...

Lower Magdalena Province

Lower Magdalena Province is one of the 15 provinces in the Cundinamarca Department, Colombia. Lower Magdalena borders to the west with the Magdalena River, the Departments of Tolima and Caldas, to the north with the Antioquia Department, to the e ...

Medina Province, Cundinamarca

Medina Province is one of the 15 provinces in the Cundinamarca Department, Colombia. Medina borders to the west the Guavio Province, to the north, northeast and east the Boyaca Department and to the southeast and south the Meta Department. Medina ...

Upper Magdalena Province

Upper Magdalena Province is one of the 15 provinces in the Cundinamarca Department, Colombia. Upper Magdalena borders to the west with the Magdalena River and the Tolima Department, to the north with the Central Magdalena Province, to the east wi ...

Guanenta Province

Guanenta Province is a province in the Santander Department, in Colombia. The province was named after the Amerindian Chief Guanenta, leader of the Guanes, who were the original inhabitants of the region.

Nariño culture

They made artwork out of materials such as wood, strings, and wool. Their work sometimes took the form of shaft burials. Their pottery reached important artistic development, being recognizable by its forms and decoration, emphasizing the negativ ...

BCC-RAPID

Brisbane City Council - Realtime Advanced Priority and Information Delivery is a bus priority and passenger information system developed by Brisbane City Council that is in use on the South-East and Inner-Northern busways and will be implemented ...

Bribie Island Coaches

Bribie Island Coaches is an Australian operator of bus services on Bribie Island. It operates five services under contract to the Government of Queensland under the TransLink banner.