Australian geography by letter: D

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Last updated: July 10, 2021
First submittedJuly 9, 2021
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Low, forested mountain range on the eastern edge of Melbourne
Dandenongs
City bombed by Japan in WWII
Darwin
Major river stressed by irrigation, pesticides and drought
Darling
Largest island in Western Australia, named after a Dutch sea captain who visited in 1616
Dirk Hartog Island
Mountain named by Hume and Hovell after Hume was injured and trees impeded the view of their intended route
Disappointment
Regional city in NSW, known for its open-plains zoo
Dubbo
Island off Mission Beach that operated as a resort for decades
Dunk Island
Riverina town that hosts the annual Ute Muster
Deniliquin
River that flows through Hobart
Derwent
Animal that probably arrived in Australia between 3000 and 4000 years ago
Dingo
About 35% of the Australian mainland
Desert
Town in the Kimberley bombed by Japan in WWII
Derby
Archipelago named after an English buccaneer who sailed through the area in 1699
Dampier
Wimmera town that gave its name to a play and a film
Dimboola
Common name for a genus of snakes native to Australia and New Guinea
Death adder
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Level 76
Jul 10, 2021
Dirk Hartog, not HartHog
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Level 63
Jul 10, 2021
Fixed, thank you