New South Wales
Location in New South Wales
Lands administrative divisions around Bligh Napier Pottinger Buckland Lincoln Bligh Brisbane Gordon Wellington Phillip
Bligh County was one of the original Nineteen Counties in New South Wales and is now one of the 141 Cadastral divisions of New South Wales. The Cudgegong River and the Goulburn River are its southern boundaries; the Krui River is the eastern boundary, and the Burragundy River the northern boundary. It includes the villages of Cassilis and Dunedoo.
The county was named after William Bligh, Admiral and Governor of New South Wales (1805-1808). The Electoral district of Phillip, Brisbane and Bligh was the first electoral district for the area, between 1856 and 1859.
Parishes within this county
A full list of parishes found within this county; their current LGA and mapping coordinates to the approximate centre of each location is as follows:
Parish LGA Coordinates Bellaleppa Upper Hunter Shire Berenderry Upper Hunter Shire Bligh Mid-Western Regional Council Bobadeen Mid-Western Regional Council Booyamurna Warrumbungle Shire Borambil Upper Hunter Shire Bowman Warrumbungle Shire Bulga Upper Hunter Shire Bungaba Mid-Western Regional Council Collaroy Upper Hunter Shire Collieblue Warrumbungle Shire Collier Warrumbungle Shire Cope Mid-Western Regional Council Cunna Upper Hunter Shire Curryall Upper Hunter Shire Doulagunmala Upper Hunter Shire Durridgere Mid-Western Regional Council Goodiman Mid-Western Regional Council Goolma Mid-Western Regional Council Guroba Wellington Council Lorimer Upper Hunter Shire Merotherie Mid-Western Regional Council Moan Upper Hunter Shire Munmurra Mid-Western Regional Council Nagora Upper Hunter Shire Nandoura Warrumbungle Shire Nanima Wellington Council Narragamba Mid-Western Regional Council Puggoon Mid-Western Regional Council Rotherwood Warrumbungle Shire Rotherwood Warrumbungle Shire Rouse Mid-Western Regional Council Stubbo Mid-Western Regional Council Talbragar Warrumbungle Shire Tallawang Mid-Western Regional Council Terraban Warrumbungle Shire Tomimbil [[Upper Hunter Shire] Turee Warrumbungle Shire Turill Upper Hunter Shire Uarbry Warrumbungle Shire Ulan Mid-Western Regional Council Wargundy Warrumbungle Shire Warung Warrumbungle Shire Wondaby Wellington Council Worobil Mid-Western Regional Council Wuuluman Wellington Council Yarragal Wellington Council Yarrobil Mid-Western Regional Council
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