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The Eden Killer Whale Museum features displays on early whaling activities in the Twofold Bay/Eden area.  From the shore-based whaling sites of Boydtown, the museum features the involvement of local killer whales in herding whales, displaying the skeleton of "Old Tom" (1831).  The maritime history of the NSW South Coast is displayed together with the areas Aboriginal past, and the development of the fishing industry.  This museum is located at 182 Imlay Street, Eden NSW 2551.

Website: http://killerwhalemuseum.com.au/


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Site ID: 2046
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Maximum latitude: -37.0685 Minimum latitude:
Maximum longitude: 149.908 Minimum longitude:
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  Datum    Latitude    Longitude    Zone    Easting    Northing
AGD66 -37.06850519043040 149.90800000000000 55 758541.64438150800000 5893557.09035812000000
AGD84 -37.06850519043040 149.90800000000000 55 758541.64438150800000 5893557.09035812000000
GDA94 -37.06850003813470 149.90800000000000 55 758540.72194651600000 5893571.93000432000000
WGS84 -37.06850003722700 149.90800000000000 55 758540.72194805700000 5893571.92999570000000


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