Outline of Urabba Parks

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This outline of Urabba Parks is an overview of and topical guide to various aspects of the country of Urabba Parks.

Urabba Parks refers to Urabba Parks Proprietary Limited, the charity in Australia.

The Flandrensian Ecological County of New Eurabba, is a region of Urabba Parks and an ecological sanctuary of the Grand Duchy of Flandrensis.

Places associated with Urabba Parks have been inhabited for at least 50,000 years by Aboriginal Australians.[1] After sporadic visits by fishermen from the north and then European discovery by Dutch explorers in 1606,[2] the eastern half of Australia was later claimed by the British in 1770 and initially settled through penal transportation as part of the colony of New South Wales (where Urabba is situated), commencing on 26 January 1788.

General reference


Plan of 4 Urabba Street, Rankins Springs, by PHL Surveyors, Griffith NSW
Boundary plan of Urabba

Geography of Urabba Parks


Environment of Urabba Parks

Administrative divisions

Jurisdictional divisions of Urabba Parks





Local government in Urabba Parks


Demographics of Urabba Parks

Government and politics

Corporate government

Government of Urabba Parks

Branches of the government

Separation of powers in Urabba Parks

Executive branch
Legislative branch
Judicial branch

Judiciary of Urabba Parks

Governance branch

Urabbaparcensian Governance Service


Urabbaparcensian Defence Service

Corporate service

Foreign relations

Law and order

Law of Urabba Parks

Divisional governments

Local government

Local government in Urabba Parks



Culture of Urabba Parks

Economy and infrastructure

Economy of Urabba Parks


Sport in Urabba Parks

International sporting organisation membership

Urabba Parks is a member of the:

See also


  1. Both Australian Aborigines and Europeans Rooted in Africa – 50,000 years ago
  2. MacKnight, CC (1976).The Voyage to Marege: Macassan Trepangers in Northern Australia. Melbourne University Press

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