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Meadowbank, New South Wales, 2114

Meadowbank History

Previously Known As: Meadow Bank

Description: A suburb about 1 km E of Ermington and about 1 km W by S by Ryde. Boundaries as shown on map marked GNB 3618

Origin: MEADOWBANK - Property name of Surgeon William Balmain P 309 (Infor. from RASH Journal Vol 46 Pt 6)

Postal Information

Meadowbank is located in the state of New South Wales If you were getting mail sent to Meadowbank it should go via North Ryde Dc. If you are sending a package or letter to Meadowbank it has a Parcel Zone number of N1 .

Meadowbank is categorised as a Delivery Area. The Barcode Sort Plan Name of Meadowbank is Pymble. Meadowbank has a Presort Indicator shown as 207. The BSP Name for Meadowbank is PYMBLE. The BSP Number for Meadowbank is 4.

Questions & Answers about Meadowbank

Q: What is the postcode for Meadowbank?

A: The postcode for Meadowbank is 2114.

Q: What is the BSP number for Meadowbank?

A: The BSP Number for Meadowbank is 4.

Q: What is the BSP Name for Meadowbank?

A: The BSP Name for Meadowbank is PYMBLE.

Q: What Parcel Zone is Meadowbank in?

A: The Parcel Zone Name for Meadowbank is N1 .

Q: What is the Presort Indicator for Meadowbank?

A: The Presort Indicator for Meadowbank is 207.

Q: What is the Barcode Sort Plan Name for Meadowbank?

A: The Barcode Sort Plan Name for Meadowbank is Pymble.

Q: What is Meadowbank categorised as?

A: Meadowbank is categorised as a Delivery Area.

Q: Which State is Meadowbank located in?

A: Meadowbank is located in the state of New South Wales.

Q: Where is the closest Delivery Office to Meadowbank?

A: The closest Delivery Office to Meadowbank is North Ryde Dc.

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