Wynyard may refer to: Australia:

  • Wynyard, the district of Sydney CBD around Wynyard railway station, Sydney
  • Wynyard Park, Sydney
  • Wynyard, Tasmania

United Kingdom:

  • Wynyard Park, County Durham
  • Wynyard Woods a housing estate in Stockton-on-Tees
  • Wynyard School, a former school in Watford


  • Wynyard is the name of a town in east-central Saskatchewan

Other articles related to "wynyard":

Teddy Wynyard
... Source Edward George Wynyard DSO OBE (1 April 1861, Saharanpur, India – 30 October 1936, Knotty Green, Buckinghamshire) was a British Army officer and an English cricketer who ... Wynyard was also a successful amateur football player ...
Wynyard, Sydney - Transport
... Wynyard railway station is located underground and is a major CityRail station, serviced by six lines, and all major bus routes in Sydney's CBD stop at Wynyard ... Kings Cross Macdonaldtown Railway Square Strawberry Hills Wynyard List of Sydney suburbs ...
Wynyard (provincial Electoral District)
... Wynyard is a former provincial electoral district for the Legislative Assembly of the province of Saskatchewan, Canada ... Renamed "Wynyard" in 1917, the constituency was abolished before the 8th Saskatchewan general election in 1934 ...
List Of Violent Spectator Incidents In Sports - 1967
... In the Tasmanian State Premiership Grand Final between Wynyard and North Hobart at West Park in Burnie, hundreds of Wynyard fans invaded the field and tore down the goalposts as North Hobart full-forward ...
Wynyard Football Club - Club History
... The Wynyard Football Club was believed to be formed in 1885 as Table Cape and adopted the name of Wynyard in 1890 ... The Wynyard Cats entered the North West Football Union (NWFU) in 1925 after playing in a variety of competitions for the first four decades ... Hobart full-forward David "Dickie" Collins went back to take a kick after the siren with Wynyard leading by one point ...