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Location
New South Wales (NSW) is located in the southeastern corner of Australia. Offshore is Lord Howe Island.

Wartime History
During the Pacific War, Sydney was an important port
where many Allied warships and vessels arrived in Australia. During 1942, Sydney and Newcastle were attacked by Japanese midget submarines and shelled by Japanese submarines.

  Largest city in Australia, airfields and musuems
  Largest city in Australia, airfields and musuems
  Largest city in Australia, airfields and musuems
  Located 32km southwest of Sydney
  Located 32km southwest of Sydney
  Located to the west of Sydney wartime airfield
  South of Sydney includes Albion Park
  Coastal city shelled by Japanese sub on June 8-9, 1942
  Located north of Newcastle includes Williamtown Airfield (RAAF Base Williamtown)
  Wallgrove Airstrip near Sydney
  HMAS Albatross and Australian Museum of Flight
  POW Camp for Japanese and Italians during WWII and fatal riot.
  includes Wagga Wagga Airfield (RAAF Base Wagga)
  wartime airfield at Forest Hill
  located to the west of Wagga Wagga
  Former RAAF based that operated Wirraways
  Near the border with Victoria. Wartime airfield
  Located on the coast, airfield
  Town to the west of the state, wartime airfield
  Island east of Australia

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Last Updated
January 11, 2018

 

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