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Poole County is one of the 141 Cadastral divisions of New South Wales. It is located in the extreme north-west of the state, abutting Cameron Corner. It includes parts of Sturt National Park.

Poole County was named in honour of James Poole (explorer), (born?-1845), Charles Sturt's second-in-command.[1]

Parishes within this county[]

A full list of parishes found within this county; their current LGA and mapping coordinates to the approximate centre of each location is as follows:

Parish LGA Coordinates
Blackwood Unincorporated 29°34′51″S 141°08′05″E / -29.58083, 141.13472 (Blackwood)
Fort Grey Unincorporated 29°17′31″S 141°03′07″E / -29.29194, 141.05194 (Fort Grey)
Lang Unincorporated 29°30′25″S 141°31′10″E / -29.50694, 141.51944 (Lang)
Mount King Unincorporated 29°02′40″S 141°41′46″E / -29.04444, 141.69611 (Mount King)
Mount Poole Unincorporated 29°32′40″S 141°41′11″E / -29.54444, 141.68639 (Mount Poole)
Nantomoko Unincorporated 29°21′43″S 141°08′05″E / -29.36194, 141.13472 (Nantomoko)
Patterson Unincorporated 29°35′41″S 141°21′10″E / -29.59472, 141.35278 (Patterson)
Pinaroo Unincorporated 29°08′04″S 141°06′55″E / -29.13444, 141.11528 (Pinaroo)
Stewart Unincorporated 29°29′37″S 141°08′05″E / -29.49361, 141.13472 (Stewart)
Sturt Unincorporated 29°25′59″S 141°31′11″E / -29.43306, 141.51972 (Sturt)
Tindara Unincorporated 29°12′51″S 141°29′26″E / -29.21417, 141.49056 (Tindara)
Yarraba Unincorporated 29°12′59″S 141°11′13″E / -29.21639, 141.18694 (Yarraba)


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