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The New South Wales Waratahs .
The Waratah Football Club, nicknamed, Warriors or Tahs, is a member club of the Northern Territory Football League.
The Waratah Shield is a rugby union knock-out competition for high school teams from New South Wales, Australia. First contested in 1963, it is organised by New South Wales Rugby Union in conjunction with NSW Schools' Rugby Union and NSW Combined High Schools and attracts around 100 entries each year.
SS Waratah was a passenger and cargo steamship built in 1908 for the Blue Anchor Line to operate between Europe and Australia. In July 1909, on only her second voyage, the ship, en route from Durban to Cape Town, disappeared with 211 passengers and crew aboard.
Waratah is an Australian-endemic genus of five species of large shrubs or small trees, native to the southeastern parts of Australia (New South Wales, Victoria and Tasmania). The most well-known species in this genus is Telopea speciosissima, which has bright red flowers and is the NSW state emblem.
Waratah is a north-western residential suburb of Newcastle, New South Wales, Australia 6 kilometres from Newcastle's central business district and bounded on the north by the Main North railway line. Waratah station was opened in 1858 and is served by NSW TrainLink's Hunter line.
The Waratah is the genus Telopea, of shrubs native to southeastern Australia.
Waratah motorcycles were manufactured in Sydney, Australia, from before 1911 to around 1948, although Waratah badged motorcycles were sold into the 1950s. Initially Waratah motorcycles were manufactured by the Canada Cycle & Motor Agency, Ltd.
Waratah St is the tenth studio album by Australian country music artist John Williamson. The album was released in September 1991 and peaked at number 14 on the ARIA Charts.
Waratah Park is a heritage-listed former Aboriginal land and fauna sanctuary and now Aboriginal title claim at 13 Namba Road, Duffys Forest in the Northern Beaches Council local government area of New South Wales, Australia. It is also known as Skippy the bush kangaroo - television set, TV set and Duffy's Forrest.
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