New South Wales
New South Wales
"Orta Recens Quam Pura Nites"
"Newly Risen, How Brightly You Shine"
Ethel Andland
Headstead Sydney
Inwonername New South Welshman
- Highthane
- Firstthane
Margaret Beazley
Gladys Berejiklian
Landswathe 809,444 fourside miles
- In full
- Huddlemete
10.08/fourside mile

New South Wales (shortened to NSW) is a rike on the eastern shore of Andland. It borders Queensland to the north, Winora to the south, and South Andland to the west. Its shore hems the Tasman Sea to the east. The Andlandish Revetown Landdeal is an inside-land of the rike. New South Wales' rike revetown is Sydney, which is also Southland's most befolkered stead. In Miremonth 2019, the befolking of New South Wales was over 8 micklered, making it Andland's most befolkered rike. A little under two-thirds of the rike's befolking, 5.1 micklered, live in the Greater Sydney landship. Indwellers of New South Wales are called New South Welshmen.

The Settlement of New South Wales was founded as a inmate's settlement in 1788. It first was made up of over half of the Andlandish mainland with its western border marked at the 129th highnoon east in 1825. The settlement also inheld the iland landdeals of New Sealand, Tasmanland, Lord Howe Iland, and Norfolk Iland. Bewhile the 19th Yearhundred, most of the settlement's land was broken away to make other British settlement that in time became New Sealand and the sundry rikes and landdeals of Andland. However, the Swan Ea Settlement has never been led as a bit of New South Wales. 

Lord Howe Iland is still a bit of New South Wales, while Norfolk Iland has become a bound landdeal, as have the landships now known as the Andlandish Revetown Landdeal and the Jervis Bight Landdeal.

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