Suburb Profile

Adelaide Sa

Adelaide is South Australia's capital city, the fifth largest city in Australia, and home to more than 1.2 million people. The city has been judged the fifth-most liveable city in the world by the Economist Intelligence Unit for two years running, and ninth in Lonely Planet's Top 10 Cities of 2014. Adelaide is undergoing major transformation with projects such as a new Royal Adelaide Hospital, redevelopment of the Adelaide Oval, including a new footbridge over the Torrens, extension of the…

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Baxter in the Shire of Mornington Peninsula. Public transport includes Baxter railway and the Stony Point Greater Metropolitan Line. Originally named Baxter\\\'s Flat, Baxter was founded by pastoralist Benjamin Baxter, who lived in a property named Carrup Carrup

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Daintree is in North Queensland 111 kilometres (69 miles) north of Cairns and 56 kilometres (35 mi)les from Port Douglas, Queensland.   The McDowell Ranges are close by and the Daintree River flows nearby. It takes its name from Richard Daintree, a pioneering geologist of British origin in North Queensland in the 1860s.   The local government area is the Shire of Douglas.…

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