Is Watanobbi a good place to live?

Is Watanobbi a good place to live?

The area of Watanobbi itself is fine but there is some influence from the neighbouring suburbs. Like most suburbs there are good and bad areas but the people you meet running shops, servos, shopping centres are really nice and friendly.

What does ettalong mean in Aboriginal?

place for drinking
Ettalong: aboriginal for “place for drinking”. Booker Bay: named after William Booker, an early settler of the area who died in 1850.

What does ettalong mean?

Ettalong is an aboriginal word meaning “place for drinking”. It was named as such because fresh water was available from a hole submerged in sand close to shore. Early crews would stop in this town to get water from that hole.

What does tuggerah mean in Aboriginal?

Etymology. Not to be confused with Togara, Queensland (near Emerald), Tuggerah was originally an Aboriginal word but its true meaning is not agreed upon by all sources. Some say that it originally meant ‘cold’ or ‘cold place’, and some say its original meaning was ‘savannah grasslands’.

What does Woy mean in Aboriginal?

The words ‘Woy Woy’ reputedly come from the language of the Guringgai (or Kuringgai) Aborigines. The expression is said to mean ‘much water’ or ‘big lagoon’ – an obvious reference to Brisbane Water.

What does Wyong mean in Aboriginal?

Wyong is an indigenous word meaning either ‘an edible yam’ or ‘place of running water’.

What does Woy Woy mean in Aboriginal?

big lagoon
Origin of name The double name is a corruption of the indigenous term apparently taken from the local Darkinjung Aboriginal people, and reputedly means ‘big lagoon’ or ‘much water’, referring to the deep tidal channel adjacent to the town centre.

What does Terrigal mean in Aboriginal?

uncertain
The name Terrigal is said to mean “uncertain”. Possibly “a place of, or where one can find wild figs” (if based on the Aboriginal word “Tarriga”), or “a place of little birds” (if based on the Aboriginal word “Tarragal”). Many different spellings of Terrigal appear on maps over the years.

What is the meaning of Woy Woy?

Origin of name The double name is a corruption of the indigenous term apparently taken from the local Darkinjung Aboriginal people, and reputedly means ‘big lagoon’ or ‘much water’, referring to the deep tidal channel adjacent to the town centre.

Is Wyong safe?

The area is safe for families. We happily recommend our new Neighborhood to anyone.

What does Nanga mean in Aboriginal?

What does Nanga mean? nanga. Australian slang word/term for an “idiot”.

What is Terrigal used for?

Located only 90 minutes north of Sydney, this beach town is a popular holiday destination for Sydneysiders. Terrigal offers many accommodation options, boutique shops, a vibrant nightlife and trendy cafes. Enjoy swimming, surfing, kayaking, fishing, snorkelling or scuba diving.

Is the Watanobbi a family friendly place?

Is Watanobbi family friendly? It is a disgraceful cesspit of human misery. It is most certainly *not* family friendly, unless by family friendly you mean full of hoodlums, meth addicts and domestic violence. Avoid it like the plague. It is full of grubs.

Where is Watanobbi New South Wales, Australia located?

Watanobbi, New South Wales. Jump to navigation Jump to search. Suburb of Central Coast, New South Wales, Australia. Watanobbi. Watanobbi is a suburb of the Central Coast region of New South Wales, Australia. It is part of the Central Coast Council local government area, and is part of the Warnervale development precinct.

Where does the last name Watanabe come from?

Watanabe ( 渡辺) is the fifth most common Japanese surname. Watanabe is derived from the Watanabe clan, a branch of the Minamoto clan, who derived their name from a port called Watanabe no Tsu in Settsu Province, located near the mouth of the Yodo River in present-day city of Osaka . The emblem ( mon) of the Watanabe clan.

What was the dirt track in Watanobbi used to be?

The dirt around Watanobbi used to be unofficial race tracks for the local hoons, a long term resident proudly boasted. The covering of them with bitumen, and placing homes with families in them by the sides doesn’t seem to have given the hoodlums the message that perhaps they need to head back down to Tuggerah straight.