Goodwood Island

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Goodwood Island is an island situated between the main channel of the Clarence River and the river's north Arm near Iluka and Woombah, New South Wales Australia. It has a large wharf at the Port of Yamba where ocean traders collect cargo to take to New Zealand, Lord Howe Island and Norfolk Island.

The island is home to a museum, called the Shed Gallery, which features photographs and other objects related to the sugar industry in northern New South Wales.[1]

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  1. ^ Jolliffe, Lee (2012). Sugar Heritage and Tourism in Transition. Channel View Publications. p. 56. ISBN 184541389X. Retrieved 3 January 2014. 

Coordinates: 29°22′41″S 153°18′29″E / 29.378°S 153.308°E / -29.378; 153.308