Synonyms for yarraman or Related words with yarraman

kojonup              murrurundi              crookwell              merriwa              marulan              dalwallinu              bungendore              wickepin              corrigin              naracoorte              bingara              barraba              bullsbrook              biggenden              muswellbrook              takaka              cooroy              maleny              narembeen              pingelly              mingenew              wyalkatchem              kedron              mittagong              jerramungup              merredin              bindoon              taralga              amamoor              boonah              pinjarra              omeo              waiau              nannup              manjimup              gingin              biloela              kununurra              renmark              dumbleyung              gnowangerup              orbost              hughenden              ravensthorpe              rylstone              balingup              wingecarribee              raetihi              forrestdale              goondiwindi             



Examples of "yarraman"
Yarraman Upper State School (formerly Yarraman Creek Upper) opened on 31 January 1905 and closed on 31 December 2002.
Ventura Bus Lines operate three routes via Yarraman station:
Yarraman is surrounded by the various components of the fragmentary Bunya Mountains and Yarraman Important Bird Area which contains the largest remaining population of the vulnerable black-breasted button-quail.
The nominative case, which is used with sentence subjects and objects of simple imperatives (such as "yarraman" ‘horse’ in "Kurri yarraman" ‘(You) Look at the horse.’) is not explicitly marked; uninflected nouns carry nominative case by default.
The name of Yarraman is derived from the aboriginal word meaning horse. Although the origin of the word Yarraman is unknown, it is thought to be derived from the word "yira" which means large teeth.
Upper Yarraman is a locality within the Toowoomba Region on the Darling Downs in Queensland, Australia. At the 2011 Census, Upper Yarraman and surrounding area had a population of 1,230.
There is a pine forest on the northern side of the Yarraman Creek Valley, just beyond the boundary of Upper Yarraman, which is a plantation of hoop pines planted in around 1939 to 1940.
Yarraman is a locality in north-west New South Wales, Australia around 4 kilometres north of Moree on the Carnarvon Highway. Yarraman is on the banks of the Gwydir River which has been known to flood.
Yarraman is very spread-out with the majority of people living on small acreages.
Extension of the Brisbane Valley railway line from Yarraman to Nanango, approved 1914
The Yarraman Memorial Pool is located in Margaret Street, on the New England Highway.
The Yarraman Library and Post Office are located on the corner of Toomey and Douglas Streets.
Note 5: Formerly known as 123 Yarraman Army Cadets, moved to Nanango and renamed 177 ACU in mid 2009.
Yarraman: Thowra's handsome chestnut father. The greatest stallion of the Highland Plains and king of the Cascade Brumbies.
On a road junction of Upper Yarraman became a meeting place. The Cedars hotel first licensee was Jack Thompson in 1913. The Hotel was used for the Ministerial Party Luncheon the day after the railway opening in Yarraman in 1913. The hotel burnt down in 1927, was rebuilt, then burnt down again in 1960.
Yarraman has one island platform with two faces. It is serviced by Metro Trains' Pakenham and Cranbourne line services.
Eucalyptus melanoleuca, commonly known as yarraman ironbark or nanango ironbark, is a eucalypt that is native to Queensland.
He was bred by the young breeder, Noel Thompson at the Yarraman Stud, west of Scone, New South Wales.
The Yarramalong Valley is in the land of the Darkinjung people. The name derives from the aboriginal words, "Yarraman," meaning horse, and "long" meaning place. Yarraman is thought to be derived from the word "yira" or "yera" which means large teeth, possibly from one of the Sydney languages.
The New England Highway is numbered as part of national route 15 between Hexham and Warwick and part of national route 42 from Warwick to Toowoomba, then Queensland state route 85 from Toowoomba to Hampton, and Queensland state route 61 from Hampton to Yarraman. The highway terminates at Yarraman.