Wollongong

city, coastal New South Wales, Australia, in the Illawara district. The village of Wollongong (founded 1816) became a town in 1843, a municipality in ... [1 related articles]
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Wollongong

The Wollongong is an Australian PCF 420 class patrol craft of 211 tons displacement and a top speed of 30 knots. She is armed with one Bofors AN 4 - 40 mm/60 gun; one 81 mm mortar and two 12.7 mm machine-guns. She carries a crew of three officers and 19 other ratings.
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Wollongong

Wollongong (wool'un-gong) , city (1991 pop. 211,417), New South Wales, SE Australia. It is an important iron and steel center. There are other industries, including copper refining and textile and chemical manufacturing. Port Kembla, which was absorbed by Wollongong in 1947, is a major port. The...
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Wollongong

Industrial city on the coast of New South Wales, Australia, 80 km/50 mi south of Sydney; population (2001) 228,800. Wollongong, the third-largest city in New South Wales, is the main residential and business centre of the Illawarra district. Its chief industries are steel production, tourism, fishing, dairying, and the manufacture of te...
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