Nicholls

Nicholls is a suburb in the , district of Gungahlin. It was named after Sir Douglas Nicholls who was born at Cummeragunja Aboriginal mission, New South Wales and who was a footballer, pastor, activist and a former Governor of South Australia and was gazetted on 18 October 1991.

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Museum
The is Australia's largest permanent display of prehistoric specimens… Photo: Photnart, CC0.

Tourist attraction
is a park of miniatures, situated in Nicholls, Australian Capital Territory. Photo: Wikimedia, CC BY-SA 3.0.

School
St John Paul II College is a systemic Roman Catholic co-educational high school located in the suburb of Nicholls in the of Australia.

Historic site
is situated 3 km northeast of Nicholls. Photo: Mark rattigan, CC BY-SA 4.0.

Localities in the Area

Suburb
is a suburb in Gungahlin, , Australia. is situated 4½ km north of Nicholls.

Suburb
is a suburb of the Belconnen district of , located within the , . is situated 9 km south of Nicholls.

Town
, also known as the Inner North, is a district of , the capital city of , comprising 14 suburbs. is situated 9 km south of Nicholls.

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