Australian cities in song

Can you identify the city or town from these lyrics?
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Rob Clarkson: We don't need no laws, abolish the courts
It makes Devonport look like Camelot
Hobart
Paul Kelly: And the streets are so wide, everybody's inside
Sitting in the same chairs they were sitting in last year

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Redgum: And it looks like everybody must have died
There's no one on the streets and nothing on TV
Adelaide
Billy Bragg: I barrack for St. Kilda; In that funny game they play
Melbourne
Hunters and Collectors: Well I blasted my way through the barrier range
I ripped up the ground but nothing has changed
Bromide, sulphide, oxide, slag
Broken Hill
REM: You wake up in the morning; To warm Pacific breeze
Brisbane
Pavement: A groovy scene in Australia, I will move
Take my surfboard, maybe I'll groove
Perth
Bob Hudson: Bloke on the footpath said, "D'ya want a go, do ya mate, eh?"
Norm said, "Yeah, d'you want a go, mate?"
Bloke on the footpath said, "Yeah I'll have a go"
Norm said, "D'you know who you're picking?"
The bloke on the footpath said, "Nah, who am I picking?"
Norm said, "You find out"
Newcastle
Milk: Where I heard the streets were paved with gold
Bendigo
The Farrelly Brothers: I've been everywhere man,
I've been everywhere, I've been to...
Dapto Dapto Dapto Dapto, and...
Wollongong
Midnight Oil: nights are warm
Daytime telly, blue rinse dawn
Dad's so bad he lives in the pub,
It's underarms and football clubs
Sydney
Jack O'Hagan: There’s a track winding back to an old fashioned shack along the road to...
Gundagai
Tom Waits: There's nothing sadder than a town with no cheer
Vic Rail decided the canteen was no longer necessary there
No spirits, no bilgewater and 80 dry locals
And the high noon sun beats a hundred and four
Serviceton
Jack Lumsdaine: Like a jewel so rare in a setting that’s fair
A city of white was born
With its gardens of blooms and its fair perfumes
Canberra
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Level 71
Jul 11, 2021
There's also Temma Harbour, a 1970 song by Mary Hopkin.