Paddys River (district)

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Paddys River is one of the original 18 districts of the Australian Capital Territory (ACT). [1] [2]

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References

  1. Australian Capital Territory Districts Act 1966 (repealed), last accessed 16 November 2014
  2. "ACT Legislative Assembly - Electoral Boundaries Redistribution Boundaries to remain unchanged". ACT electoral commission offices of the act legislative assembly. 12 September 2003. Retrieved 26 January 2019.