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  • Kembla — I. /ˈkɛmblə/ (say kembluh) noun Mount, a mountain in south eastern NSW, west of Port Kembla; coalmining; site of Australia s worst mining disaster, in which 95 men died (1902). 534 m. II. /ˈkɛmblə/ (say kembluh) noun Colloquial → change (def. 23) …  

  • Kembla Heights, New South Wales — Kembla Heights is a village suburb of Wollongong, New South Wales. It is situated on Harry Graham Drive which is part of a tourist route and runs along the Illawarra Escarpment for a distance between Mount Kembla and Mount Keira …   Wikipedia

  • Kembla Grange Racecourse railway station, New South Wales — Cityrail Station alt|station name=Kembla Grange| South Coast line colour|servicearea textcolor=white code=KGG|town=Kembla Grange|street=Grange St|distance=91.59|altitude=?|traintype=Intercity|platforms=1|tracks=1|platform arr=1… …   Wikipedia

  • Kembla — small change …   Dictionary of Australian slang

  • Electoral district of Kembla — Kembla was a former electoral district for the Legislative Assembly in the Australian State of New South Wales for a single term from 1968 to 1971, named after the Mount Kembla or Port Kembla. It replaced part of Wollongong Kembla and Illawarra… …   Wikipedia

  • Kembla Grange — small change …   Dictionary of Australian slang

  • kembla grange — Australian Slang small change …   English dialects glossary

  • Mount Kembla — Wollongong, New South Wales View of Mount Kembla from Mount Nebo …   Wikipedia

  • Port Kembla, New South Wales — Infobox Australian Place | type = city name = Port Kembla city = Wollongong state = New South Wales caption = View of Port Kembla from Hill 60 Park lga = Wollongong City Council postcode = 2505 est = pop = 5000 elevation= maxtemp = 32 mintemp =… …   Wikipedia

  • Port Kembla Port Corporation — The Port Kembla Port Corporation is a corporation owned by the Government of New South Wales providing wharf and other maritime facilities at Port Kembla, near Wollongong.In the 2003 2004 financial year, the port handled 22.1 million tonnes of… …   Wikipedia

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