List of twin towns and sister cities in Australia

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This is a list of places (local government areas) in Australia which have standing links to local communities in other countries. In most cases, the association, especially when formalised by local government, is known as "town twinning" (usually in Europe) or "sister cities" (usually in the rest of the world).

A[edit]

Adelaide[1]

Albany[2]

B[edit]

Ballarat[3]

Banana[4]

Bathurst[5]

Bayside, New South Wales[6]

Bayside, Victoria[7]

Bega Valley[8]

Belmont[9]

Blacktown[10]

Bland[11]

  • United States Boring, United States
  • Scotland Dull, Scotland, United Kingdom
  • England Whitby, England, United Kingdom

Blue Mountains[12]

Brisbane[13]

Bunbury[14][15]

Bundaberg[16]

Burwood[17]

Busselton[18]

C[edit]

Cairns[19]

Camden[20]

Campaspe[21]

Campbelltown[22]

Canberra[23]

Canterbury-Bankstown[24]

Central Coast[25]

Central Highlands[26]

Charters Towers[27]

Clarence[28]

Coffs Harbour[29]

Cockburn[30]

D[edit]

Darwin[31]

Devonport[32]

Dubbo[33]

F[edit]

Fairfield[34]

Federation[35]

Frankston[36]

Fraser Coast[37]

Fremantle[38]

G[edit]

Gladstone[39]

Gold Coast[40]

Goulburn Mulwaree[41]

Greater Bendigo[42]

Greater Dandenong[43]

Greater Geelong[44]

Greater Geraldton[45]

Greater Shepparton[46]

Griffith[47][48][34]

Gunnedah[49]

H[edit]

Hawkesbury[50]

Hilltops[51]

Hobart[52]

Hobsons Bay[53]

I[edit]

Inner West – Marrickville[54]

Ipswich[55]

Isaac[56]

J[edit]

Joondalup[57]

L[edit]

Lake Macquarie[58][59][60]

Lane Cove[61]

Latrobe[62]

Launceston[63]

Lismore[64]

Liverpool[65]

Logan[66]

Lockyer Valley[67]

M[edit]

Macedon Ranges[68]

Mackay[69][56]

Manjimup[70]

Marion[71]

Melbourne[72]

Mildura[73]

Moreland[74]

Moreton Bay[75]

N[edit]

North Burnett – Gayndah[76]

Northern Beaches[77]

O[edit]

Oberon[78]

Orange[79]

P[edit]

Parkes[80]

Penrith[81]

Perth[82]

Port Lincoln[83]

Port Macquarie-Hastings[84]

Port Phillip[85]

Port Stephens[86]

R[edit]

Randwick[87]

Redland[88]

Richmond Valley[89]

Rockhampton[90]

Rockingham[91]

S[edit]

Salisbury[92]

Strathfield[93]

Subiaco[94]

Sunshine Coast[95]

Sutherland[96]

Sydney[97]

T[edit]

Tamworth[98]

Tea Tree Gully[99]

Temora[100]

Tenterfield[101]

Toowoomba[102][103]

Townsville[104]

W[edit]

Wagga Wagga[105]

Warrnambool[106]

Whitehorse[107]

Whitsunday[56]

Willoughby[108]

Wollongong[109]

Wyndham[110]

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