Town of 1770

Seventeen Seventy, also written as 1770 and also known as the Town of 1770, is a coastal town and locality in Gladstone Region, , Australia, built on the site of the second landing in Australia by James Cook and the crew of HM Bark Endeavour in May 1770.
Latitude
-24.16° or 24° 9' 36" south
Longitude
151.88° or 151° 52' 48" east
Population
76

Also Known As

  • Chinese: 1770 (昆士兰州)
  • Chinese: 1770 (昆士蘭州)
  • Chinese: 1770
  • Chinese: 一七七〇
  • Chinese: 探索海岸
  • Dutch: Town of 1770
  • English: 1770
  • English: Round Hill
  • English: Seventeen Seventy, Queensland, Australia
  • English: Seventeen Seventy, Queensland
  • English: Seventeen Seventy
  • Finnish: 1770 (Queensland)
  • German: 1770
  • German: Seventeen Seventy
  • Greek: Σεβεντίν Σέβεντι (Κουίνσλαντ)
  • Greek: Σεβεντίν Σέβεντι
  • Literary Chinese: 一七七〇 (昆士蘭州)
  • Norwegian: 1770
  • Norwegian Bokmål: 1770 (Queensland)
  • Norwegian Nynorsk: 1770 i Queensland
  • Persian: سونتین سونتی، کوئینزلند
  • Polish: Seventeen Seventy
  • Swedish: 1770, Queensland
  • Swedish: 1770
  • Swedish: Round Hill

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