an inlet of the Pacific Ocean in southeastern Australia: the harbor of Sydney.
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How to use Port Jackson in a sentence
This little animal, the smallest and most beautiful of the opossum tribe, is exceedingly numerous in the vicinity of Port Jackson.
Burrah-Burrah, about 90 miles in the interior, west of Port Jackson.
Limestone Creek, about 140 miles in the interior, west of Port Jackson.
He established a settlement at Port Jackson, and founded a city which he called Sydney, after the then secretary for home affairs.The Political History of England - Vol. X. | William Hunt
They are supposed to be late deserters from the colony at Port Jackson.Voyage of H.M.S. Pandora | Edward Edwards
British Dictionary definitions for Port Jackson
an inlet of the Pacific on the coast of SE Australia, forming a fine natural harbour: site of the city of Sydney, spanned by Sydney Harbour Bridge
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