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North West Shelf

                                               

South coast of Western Australia

                                               

Warnbro Sound

                                               

Cape Hawke

Cape Hawke is a coastal headland in Australia on the New South Wales coast, just south of Forster/Tuncurry and within the Booti National Park. The cape was named by Captain Cook when he passed it on his Endeavour voyage on 12 May 1770, honoring E ...

                                               

Laggers Point

Laggers Point is a headland on the Mid North Coast of New South Wales, Australia. It is the end of the north pointing peninsula which is the eastern side of Trial Bay. The beach on the inside of the bay is sheltered and the National Parks and Wil ...

                                               

Cape Grafton

Cape Grafton is a cape located to the north-east of Cairns in Queensland, Australia. The cape was named by Lieutenant James Cook during his first voyage of discovery in 1770. It was named after Augustus FitzRoy, 3rd Duke of Grafton, the British p ...

                                               

Cape Grenville

Cape Grenville, is a small, east-facing promontory along the Queensland, Australia coast of Cape York Peninsula. It lies between Shelburne Bay to the north and Temple Bay to the south. The nearest significant settlement is Weipa, along the wester ...

                                               

Inskip Point

Inskip Point is a peninsula in the north of the locality of Inskip to the north of the town of Rainbow Beach in south-east Queensland, Australia. It is the vehicular gateway to Fraser Island, a popular recreational area. It lies between Tin Can B ...

                                               

Cape Melville

Cape Melville is a headland on the eastern coast of the Cape York Peninsula in Australia. To its west lies Princess Charlotte Bay. It is part of the Cape Melville National Park. Pipon Island is about six km north of the cape and Hales Island abou ...

                                               

Cape Moreton

Cape Moreton is a rocky headland at the north eastern tip of Moreton Island in South East Queensland, Australia. The surrounding area is part of the Moreton Island National Park. Flinders Reef is 5 kilometres north-west of Cape Moreton. The outcr ...

                                               

Cape Banks

Cape Banks is a headland in the Australian state of South Australia located in the gazetted locality of Carpenter Rocks at the south end of Bucks Bay and the north end of Bungaloo Bay on the states south east coast about 36 kilometres west south ...

                                               

Cape Douglas (South Australia)

                                               

Cape Northumberland (South Australia)

Cape Northumberland is a headland in the southeast of the Australian state of South Australia. It is the southernmost point of South Australia. It is located about 3 kilometres from the town of Port MacDonnell, 28 kilometres south southwest from ...

                                               

Cape Bridgewater (Victoria)

                                               

Cape Paterson

Cape Paterson is a cape and seaside village located near the town of Wonthaggi, 132 kilometres south-east of Melbourne via the South Gippsland and Bass Highways, in the Bass Coast Shire of Gippsland, Victoria, Australia. Known originally for the ...

                                               

Cape Domett

Cape Domett is at the eastern side of the mouth of the Cambridge Gulf in the Kimberley region of Western Australia. It is opposite Cape Dussejour, which lies to the north west of Cape Domett, with Lacrosse Island located between the capes. In 197 ...

                                               

Cape Dussejour

Cape Dussejour is located at the western side of the entrance to the Cambridge Gulf in the Kimberley region of Western Australia. The Cape to the south east, on the eastern side of the mouth, is Cape Domett, with Lacrosse Island located between t ...

                                               

Cape Clairault

Cape Clairault is located south of Yallingup in the coastal region between Cape Naturaliste and Cape Leeuwin. It was named after French mathematician Alexis Claude Clairault by the French expedition of 1801-1803 along the western coast of Austral ...

                                               

Cape Hamelin

Cape Hamelin is a headland seven kilometres south of Hamelin Bay in the capes region of south Western Australia. Except for Cape Leeuwin, it is the southernmost of over 1.000 kilometres of features named by the French in their travels along the c ...

                                               

Cape Leeuwin

Cape Leeuwin is the most south-westerly mainland point of the Australian continent, in the state of Western Australia. A few small islands and rocks, the St Alouarn Islands, extend further in Flinders Bay to the east of the cape. The nearest sett ...

                                               

Cape Naturaliste

Cape Naturaliste is a headland in the south western region of Western Australia at the western edge of the Geographe Bay. It is the northernmost point of the Leeuwin-Naturaliste Ridge which was named after the cape. Also the Leeuwin-Naturaliste N ...

                                               

Cape Preston

Cape Preston is a rocky headland located in the Pilbara region of Western Australia, situated 67 kilometres West South West of Karratha. It lies on the tribal land of the indigenous Nhuwala. Cape Preston is a standard Bureau of Meteorology refere ...

                                               

Cape Leeuwin, Western Australia

                                               

Direction Island, Cocos (Keeling) Islands

                                               

Home Island

                                               

Horsburgh Island

                                               

West Island, Cocos (Keeling) Islands

                                               

Cook Island, New South Wales

                                               

Martin Islet (New South Wales)

The Five Islands, of which Martin Islet is one, were named Martins Isles by Matthew Flinders and George Bass after Basss navy servant William Martin. Martin was part of their three-man crew when they anchored by the island on 25 March 1796 in the ...

                                               

Mitchells Island

Mitchells Island is the largest of several islands in the mouth of the Manning River. It is roughly triangular in shape and has an area of approximately 130 km 2. It is bordered on the north by the main channel of the Manning River, on the southw ...

                                               

Muttonbird Island Nature Reserve

Muttonbird Island Nature Reserve is a nature reserve off the shore of Coffs Harbour, New South Wales, Australia, on the southern boundary of the Solitary Islands Marine Park. It is linked to the mainland by a causeway, which acts as the northern ...

                                               

Peat Island

Peat Island is a small island of approximately eight hectares in the Hawkesbury River, just north of Sydney, New South Wales, Australia. It forms part of the suburb called Mooney Mooney, and is located just upstream from the Sydney – Newcastle Fr ...

                                               

Speewa Island

                                               

Maria Island, Gulf of Carpentaria

Maria Island, in the Marra language known as Gurrululinya, is located in the Gulf of Carpentaria, and comes under the jurisdiction of the Northern Territory. It is sacred to local indigenous Australian people, an important ecological niche for va ...

                                               

Vernon Islands

Vernon Islands, also known as the Potinga Islands, is an island group in the Northern Territory of Australia located in the Clarence Strait about 55 kilometres north-east of the territory capital of Darwin. The group consists of three islands whi ...

                                               

Barber Island

Barber Island is a tiny island just south of Great Palm Island, part of the Palm Islands group in Queensland, Australia. The Aboriginal name for this island is Boodthean. Barber Island is one of the ten islands in the local government area of the ...

                                               

Esk Island

Esk Island is one of the small uninhabited islands in the Palm Islands group. The nearest island is Falcon Island. The Aboriginal name for the island is Soopun. Along with nine of the other islands within the Palm Islands group, it falls under th ...

                                               

Great Keppel Island

Great Keppel Island lies 15 kilometres from the coast off Yeppoon in the Shire of Livingstone, Queensland, Australia. It is part of the Capricorn Coast of Central Queensland. The island is the largest of the eighteen islands in the Keppel Group, ...

                                               

Paddy Island

Paddy Island is an island situated on the Burnett River, northeast of the city of Bundaberg in Queensland, Australia.

                                               

Ross Island (Townsville, Queensland)

Ross Island is the land that lies between Ross Creek and Ross River and the Coral Sea. Ross Creek is itself a small estuarine portion of the Ross River which creates a bay inlet at the Coral Sea. Ross Island is divided into two suburbs of Townsvi ...

                                               

Sir Charles Hardy Islands

Sir Charles Hardy Islands is in the reef of the same name adjacent to Pollard Channel & Blackwood Channel about 40 km east of Cape Grenville off Cape York Peninsula.

                                               

Thorpe Island

Thorpe Island is one of the middle islands of the Family Islands group within the locality of Dunk in the Cassowary Coast Region, Queensland. Australia. It is about 15 km east of Tully Heads. It is also known as Timana Island. In 1770 Captain Jam ...

                                               

Three Islands Group National Park

                                               

Islands of Far North Queensland

                                               

Great Keppel Island

                                               

Boston Island

Boston Island is a 960-hectare privately owned island in Boston Bay, Spencer Gulf, South Australia. It has been primarily used for grazing sheep and was also once the location of a proposed township called Kerrillyilla at the southern end of the ...

                                               

Eba Island

                                               

Grindal Island

Grindal Island is a 90 ha island of the Taylor Islands Group, located between the Jussieu Peninsula and Thistle Island near the mouth of Spencer Gulf, South Australia. It was purchased by G. Dorwald in 1895. It has been used for the grazing of sh ...

                                               

Isles of St Francis

                                               

Lipson Island

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