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The LGA Map NSW templates in PowerPoint format include 7 slides. The Australian Statistical Geography Standard (ASGS) Local Government Areas (LGAs) are an ABS approximation of officially gazetted Local Government Areas as defined by each State and Territory Local Government Department.

Firstly we have New South Wales location map, outline Map, together with the outline dotted with populated cities and the capital of Sydney.

Secondly, you will have the Framed New South Wales LGA Map, which is with local government areas in, with largest Cities, LGA Map NSW with greater Sydney maps, with or without LGA names.

Finally comes LGA Map NSW with smaller Sydney maps, with or without LGA names, with 129 LGAs in total.

The New South Wales (NSW) state is the most populated one of Australia, with 7.95 million residents as of March 2018. About 64.5% of the state’s population lives in Greater Sydney. NSW is located in eastern Australia that is bordered by Victoria to the south, Queensland to the north, and South Australia to the west. The administrative structure of Australia is composed of 8 States and territories, which are New South Wales, Victoria, Queensland, South Australia, Western Australia, Tasmania, Northern Territory, and Australian Capital Territory. You can check the Australia Map with States Bundle.

The 129 LGAs are areas in new south wales as followed.

  • A~C, Albury (C), Armidale Regional (A), Ballina (A), Balranald (A), Bathurst Regional (A), Bayside (A), Bega Valley (A), Bellingen (A), Berrigan (A), Blacktown (C), Bland (A), Blayney (A), Blue Mountains (C), Bogan (A), Bourke (A), Brewarrina (A), Broken Hill (C), Burwood (A), Byron (A), Cabonne (A), Camden (A), Campbelltown (C) (NSW), Canada Bay (A), Canterbury-Bankstown (A), Carrathool (A), Central Coast (C) (NSW), Central Darling (A), Cessnock (C), Clarence Valley (A), Cobar (A), Coffs Harbour (C), Coolamon (A), Coonamble (A), Cootamundra-Gundagai Regional (A), Cowra (A), Cumberland (A)
  • D~L, Dubbo Regional (A), Dungog (A), Edward River (A), Eurobodalla (A), Fairfield (C), Federation (A), Forbes (A), Georges River (A), Gilgandra (A), Glen Innes Severn (A), Goulburn Mulwaree (A), Greater Hume Shire (A), Griffith (C), Gunnedah (A), Gwydir (A), Hawkesbury (C), Hay (A), Hilltops (A), Hornsby (A), Hunters Hill (A), Inner West (A), Inverell (A), Junee (A), Kempsey (A), Kiama (A), Ku-ring-gai (A), Kyogle (A), Lachlan (A), Lake Macquarie (C), Lane Cove (A), Leeton (A), Lismore (C), Lithgow (C), Liverpool (C), Liverpool Plains (A), Lockhart (A)
  • M~Q, Maitland (C), Mid-Coast (A), Mid-Western Regional (A), Moree Plains (A), Mosman (A), Murray River (A), Murrumbidgee (A), Muswellbrook (A), Nambucca Valley (A), Narrabri (A), Narrandera (A), Narromine (A), Newcastle (C), North Sydney (A), Northern Beaches (A), Oberon (A), Orange (C), Parkes (A), Parramatta (C), Penrith (C), Port Macquarie-Hastings (A), Port Stephens (A), Queanbeyan-Palerang Regional (A)
  • R~Y, Randwick (C), Richmond Valley (A), Ryde (C), Shellharbour (C), Shoalhaven (C), Singleton (A), Snowy Monaro Regional (A), Snowy Valleys (A), Strathfield (A), Sutherland Shire (A), Sydney (C), Tamworth Regional (A), Temora (A), Tenterfield (A), The Hills Shire (A), Tweed (A), Upper Hunter Shire (A), Upper Lachlan Shire (A), Uralla (A), Wagga Wagga (C), Walcha (A), Walgett (A), Warren (A), Warrumbungle Shire (A), Waverley (A), Weddin (A), Wentworth (A), Willoughby (C), Wingecarribee (A), Wollondilly (A), Wollongong (C), Woollahra (A), Yass Valley (A), and Unincorporated NSW

These 129 LGAs play a crucial role in the governance and administration of the regions they encompass. They are the third tier of government in Australia, after the federal and state governments, and are responsible for providing local services and facilities to the community.

Key Functions of NSW LGAs:

  • Infrastructure Management: LGAs are responsible for the maintenance of local roads, bridges, water supply systems, and public buildings.
  • Community Services: They provide libraries, community centers, parks, and sports facilities, ensuring the well-being of residents.
  • Environmental Conservation: Waste management, recycling programs, and the protection of local ecosystems fall under their purview.
  • Planning and Development: LGAs handle local planning applications, ensuring sustainable development that meets the community’s needs.
  • Local Legislation: Councils can create local policies and by-laws, covering aspects like parking regulations and pet ownership.

The LGAs in NSW vary in size and population, ranging from densely populated urban areas to vast, sparsely populated rural regions. Each council is led by elected representatives, including a mayor or shire president, who work together to address the specific needs of their communities. The collaboration between the LGAs and the state government is essential for the provision of consistent and efficient services across NSW.

In a word, you can change the texts, colors, sizes, and add your charts. Most important of all, our maps can help to reduce your efforts and create good-looking maps. So you can focus on your core competence and outsource the maps to our professionals. At the same time you can also refer to the detailed LGAs of New South Wales (NSW) state in Wikipedia.