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Croudace Bay, New South Wales

Summary
Croudace Bay is a suburb of the City of Lake Macquarie in New South Wales, Australia, located southwest of Newcastle's central business district on the eastern side of Lake Macquarie. History It was named after Thomas Croudace, a mining engineer for the Scottish-Australian Mining Company. The town has Croudace Bay Sports where rugby league , netball , cricket and tennis are played. In 2016 574 people lived there with the median age of 41. 27.8 5 had No Religion, 25.3% Anglican, 21.0% Catholic, 6.9% United Church and 6.4% Not Stated. 93.2% only speak English at home with 1% speaking Afrikaans and 0.5% speaking Polish.
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