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Ty in New Burramudgee
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New Burramudgee was built from scraps salvaged from Burramudgee's destruction after said town was obliterated during the first wave of the Quinkan invasion. It still contains all the amenities that you would expect in a normal town including a Police Station and a Rang' Shop. Regardless, it is a stark contrast to the original town, being built into desert cliffs, and generally being run down, and a testament to the threat the Quinkan pose to the world.
The town boasts a large defense force due to the dangerous nature of the world, with many heavily armed guards walking the streets and large groups of them guarding the gates, shooting at Zombie Frills and other enemies that get too close.
As of Ty the Tasmanian Tiger 4, New Burramudgee (and old Burramudgee's ruins) has also been destroyed; Boss Cass flooded the area so he could charge the locals for air conditioning. New Burramudgee thus now lies beneath the waters of Lake Burramudgee.
|Ty the Tasmanian Tiger||Beach • Beyond the Black Stump • Billabong • Bli Bli Station • Bridge On the River Ty • Bull's Pen • Cass' Pass • Crikey's Cove • Fluffy's Fjord • Julius' Lab • Lake Burril • Lyre, Lyre, Pants On Fire • Mangrove • Outback Safari • Pippy Beach • Rainforest • Rex Marks the Spot • Ship Rex • Snow Worries • Southern Rivers • Talisman Tower • The Dreaming • Two Up • Walk In the Park|
|Ty the Tasmanian Tiger 2||Burramudgee • Cassopolis • Dusty Burrows • Faire Dinkum • Frill Neck Forest • Greenwood Forest • Gruesome Bottom Manor • Lake Burramudgee • Min Min Mine • Mount Boom • Muddy Bottom • Gunna Gunna • Old Stony Creek • Outback Oasis • Sly's Shack • Southern Rivers • Steele Springs • Sulphur Rocks • The Never Never • The Wetlands • Wobbygon Bay • Wulli Wulli Oil Rig|
|Ty the Tasmanian Tiger 3||Cassopolis • Kakaboom Island • New Burramudgee • Southern Rivers|
|Ty the Tasmanian Tiger 4||Coolarangah • Southern Rivers|