Australian geography by letter: M

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Town and thermal springs in the Northern Territory
Mataranka
Easternmost town in Victoria
Mallacoota
Harbour in western Tasmania and location of the Sarah Island penal colony
Macquarie Harbour
Major river that forms most of the NSW/Victorian border and continues well into South Australia
Murray
Part of Townsville that has wild koalas and bats, the ruins of a WWII fort, and a national park, as well as residential neighbourhoods
Magnetic Island
Hot, sandy region of northern Victoria and South Australia
Mallee
Where dolphins and people go to see each other
Monkey Mia
The Woiworrung and most commonly used name for the yam daisy, a significant source of food for Indigenous people until yields and access were destroyed by grazing and agriculture
Murnong
Largest of the Tiwi islands
Melville Island
One of the two peninsulas that hug Port Phillip Bay, and a popular tourist and retirement destination
Mornington Peninsula
A Spanish breed of sheep successfully developed into Australian variants by John Macarthur
Merino
Intelligent songbird that can recognise the people who live in its territory
Magpie
Acacia aneura, an outback tree
Mulga
Northernmost city in Victoria
Mildura
Town and tourist destination on the far south coast of NSW
Merimbula
Large suburb on the Sunshine Coast
Maroochydore
The very useful paperbark tree
Melaleuca quinquenervia
Forest and weir east of Perth
Mundaring
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