Australian geography by letter: H

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City named after the British Secretary of State for war and the colonies
Hobart
Victorian town known for its mineral water spas and Swiss Italian heritage
Hepburn Springs
Australia's largest island national park
Hinchinbrook
Artificial island in Melbourne's Yarra river that used to be a scout camp and is now a sculpture park
Herring Island
Mountain and ski resort in Victoria; also the early name for North Melbourne
Hotham
Called Pulu Selma by the locals, this is the most populated island in
the Cocos (Keeling) Islands
Home Island
The city of Townsville lies on this bay
Halifax
Aboriginal community founded as a Lutheran mission and famous for its painters and potters
Hermannsburg
Named for its shape, this bay is the northernmost suburb on Magnetic Island
Horseshoe
Provincial town on the Murrumbidgee River, in the NSW Riverina district
Hay
Town in the Grampians National Park, Victoria
Hall's Gap
Small town south of Darwin, and home of the Big Boxing Crocodile
Humpty Doo
Town northeast of Melbourne famous for its native animal sanctuary
Healesville
Largest inhabited island in the Whitsundays
Hamilton
Victor, Sydney or Coffs
Harbour
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