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Westpac Banking Corporation (Westpac) was founded in 1817 and was the first bank established in Australia.

Westpac began trading on 8 April, 1817 as the Bank of New South Wales with a single office in Macquarie Place, Sydney. In 1982, with the merger of the Commercial Bank of Australia, it changed its name to Westpac Banking Corporation. On 23 August 2002, Westpac was registered as a public company limited by shares under the Australian Corporations Act (2001). In December 2008, Westpac merged with St.George Bank Limited.

Westpac - ATM - Rosny

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GPS Coordinates Decimal Decimal Deg Min & Sec Deg & Decimal Min
Latitude -42.8662° S 42.8662° S 42° 51' 58.32" -42° 51.972'
Longitude 147.369° E 147.369° E 147° 22' 8.4" 147° 22.14'
Address
3-4 2 Bayfield Street
Rosny
Tasmania
Australia
Phone No.
03 6282 2588
If calling from outside Australia: +61 3 6282 2588

Fax No.
No fax number available

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Huntingdale Golf Club, located in the heart of Melbourne's world famous 'sandbelt' region is one of Australia's most prestigious private golf courses.

Rising to fame in 1979 with the inaugural hosting of The Australian Masters, Huntingdale has emerged as one of the most recognisable golf courses in Australia, and the world. Since 1979, Huntingdale has played host to some of the most famous names in world golf, including Jack Nicklaus, Arnold Palmer, Seve Ballesteros, Greg Norman, Nick Faldo, Geoff Ogilvy and Tiger Woods.

In 2008 Huntingdale celebrated the 30th consecutive year of hosting the Australian Masters and was justifiably recognised as 'Home of the Australian Masters'.

Consistently rated as one of the best golf courses in Australia, Huntingdale greets players with superbly manicured fairways, strategic fairway bunkering and large undulating greens. This combination of features at Huntingdale ensures this course challenges the best professionals and the latest technology. The greens at Huntingdale are true and fast and are generally kept in "Masters" condition throughout the year. Players hitting wayward shots to the far side of the greens can anticipate long undulating putts. The final stretch of holes contain some of the toughest and finest finishing holes in the world.

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