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Amungula Parish
New South Wales
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Early 20th Century cadastral map with highlights:      The two sections of Amungula parish since 1909      Formerly part of the parish; transferred to the Commonwealth for the ACT in 1909
LGA(s) Queanbeyan-Palerang Regional Council
County Murray
Division Eastern
Lands administrative divisions around Amungula Parish:
Goorooyarroo Wamboin Majura
Pialligo Amungula Parish Majura
Queanbeyan Carwoola Molonglo

Amungula Parish is a parish of Murray County, New South Wales, a cadastral unit for use on land titles. It is located in two non-contiguous sections, divided by the Australian Capital Territory, as most of the parish was transferred to the ACT in 1909. The northern section, the larger of the two, is located just to the south of Wamboin around 35°15′50″S 149°17′29″E / 35.26389°S 149.29139°E / -35.26389; 149.29139; the southern, a section of land between the Goulburn-Queanbeyan railway and the Molonglo River around 35°20′48″S 149°19′49″E / 35.34667°S 149.33028°E / -35.34667; 149.33028. Before 1909, the Molonglo River was the southern boundary of the parish. The Kings Highway passes through a small part of the southern remaining portion. It was formerly located in Yarrowlumla Shire, but is now located in Queanbeyan-Palerang Regional Council.

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