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Menindee (frequently but erroneously spelled "Menindie") is a small town in the far west of New South Wales, Australia, in Central Darling Shire, on the banks of the Darling River, with a sign-posted population of 980 and a 2016 census population of 551. Menindee was the first town to be established on the Darling River. There are two distinct theories for the derivation of the township’s name: (a) from the Barkindji word “minandichi” for the shallow ephemeral lake north-west of the present-day township; (b) from the Barkindji word ‘milhthaka’, meaning "yolk of an egg".
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