Tomki, New South Wales

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Tomki is a locality in northern New South Wales, Australia in Richmond Valley Shire. The name Tomki is derived from Bundjalung damgay, meaning "greedy". [1]

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  1. Sharpe, Margaret. "Bundjalung". Macquarie Aboriginal Words. Sydney: Macquarie Library. p. 21.

Coordinates: 28°52′S153°08′E / 28.867°S 153.133°E / -28.867; 153.133