Australian geography by letter: C

Featuring capital, coast and climate
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City designed by American architects Marion Mahony and Walter Burley Griffin
Canberra
Tropic region south of the equator
Capricorn
This Australian territory is known for its offshore detention centre, and an annual migration of red land crabs
Christmas Island
The highway (and partly freeway) that runs between Melbourne and Broken Hill
Calder
National Park in Queensland featuring limestone caves, Aboriginal rock art and abandoned mine smelters
Chillagoe-Mungana Caves
One end of the popular Overland Track bushwalking route in Tasmania
Cradle Mountain
Tropical town named after the first explorer to visit
Cooktown
Inner Melbourne suburb famed for its much loved and much loathed football team
Collingwood
Gulf between Arnhem Land and the Cape York Peninsula
Carpentaria
The closest town to Sliding Spring Observatory, a centre for astronomic and astrophysics research
Coonabarabran
70% of the population of this Australian territory speak Malay at home
Cocos (Keeling) Islands
Site in Launceston featuring a suspension bridge, a funicular railway, and the longest single-span chairlift in the world
Cataract Gorge
Tropical city close to the Great Barrier Reef
Cairns
Underground town
Coober Pedy
Large, heritage-listed strangler fig tree in the Atherton Tablelands
Curtin Fig Tree
Easternmost point of continental Australia
Cape Byron
Northernmost point of continental Australia
Cape York
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