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Port Jackson

n
(Placename) an inlet of the Pacific on the coast of SE Australia, forming a fine natural harbour: site of the city of Sydney, spanned by Sydney Harbour Bridge

Port` Jack′son


n.
an inlet of the Pacific in SE Australia: the harbor of Sydney.
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-- Early in the morning a light air carried us towards the entrance of Port Jackson. Instead of beholding a verdant country, interspersed with fine houses, a straight line of yellowish cliff brought to our minds the coast of Patagonia.
The Port of Sydney is arranged in two distinct areas: Port Jackson (commonly named Sydney Harbour), home to the famous and distinct Sydney Opera House and heritage-listed Sydney Harbour Bridge and Port Botany.
"Funding of $100,000 will also be provided to explore whether the Westport and Greymouth ports could be put under one ownership and governance model, and also look at options regarding Port Jackson.
The case is different in respect of the three incidents that the author alleges were a direct outcome of the Stephens/Cook conspiracy--the concealment of Foveaux Strait, of Bass Strait and of Port Jackson. Having crossed into the twilight zone of speculation, it becomes the duty of an historian to explore all other possible scenarios.
They found Port Jackson sharks would swim towards spots where they played jazz more than any other genre of music.
Celebrated annually on January 26, it marks the anniversary of the 1788 arrival of the First Fleet of British ships at Port Jackson, New South Wales and the raising of the Flag of Great Britain at Sydney Cove by Governor Arthur Phillip.
26, is the anniversary of the first landing of the British Fleet in 1788 on the shores of Port Jackson in what is now New South Wales.
Some of the places that you shouldnt miss would be the Port Jackson, Harbor Bridge and the world-renowned Sydney opera House.
O'Flynn arrived at Port Jackson, Sydney Town in November 1817 with dubious credentials.
But Whitlock sidelines Rousseau to focus instead upon the life narratives of Rousseau's less canonical contemporaries, Olaudah Equiano and Watkin Tench (both 1789), the former a freed slave who participated in the movement to abolish the slave trade and the latter a Marine officer best known for his first-hand account of the new penal settlement at Port Jackson, New South Wales.
26 marks "Australia Day," the anniversary of the first fleet of British ships arriving at Port Jackson, New South Wales, in 1788.
A potential new rail project linking Tennant Creek to Mount Isa has taken another step forward with the Northern Territory Government awarding a tender for a scoping study on the project to Port Jackson Partners.