New England, which GenWeb calls "North" and the Open Directory Project calls "North West", is one of a dozen regions into which people commonly divide New South Wales, a former British colony that is now the most populous state of Australia.

Location and geography[]

Inland from Richmond-Tweed, New South Wales, Mid North Coast, New South Wales, and Hunter, New South Wales; east of Orana, New South Wales; south of Queensland.


Other localities[]


Counties in New South Wales, as in most of Australia, have no statutory function except that they are used for defining land ownership and transfer. They may overlap region boundaries. This region contains all or part of the following counties:


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