Australian geography by letter: W

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The largest state
Western Australia
Group of islands named by James Cook on a day he thought was Pentecost
Whitsunday Islands
Almost a ghost town, this stunning old mining settlement in the mountains of Gippsland has no Norse warriors in evidence
Walhalla
Peninsula, national park, and the southernmost point of continental Australia
Wilsons Promontory
Macropod
Wallaby
Wallaroo
Rare and endangered coniferous tree that was only known through fossils until a chance discovery in 1994
Wollemi Pine
Peoples indigenous to the Cape York Peninsula, and a landmark High Court ruling on Native Title
Wik
Outer Melbourne suburb known for sewage treatment plants, an open plains zoo, and veterinary training
Werribee
So good they named it twice
Wagga Wagga
Woy Woy
Common or hairy-nosed
Wombat
Massive flared slope in Western Australia
Wave Rock
This entire old gold town in the Victorian Alps is heritage listed, and the hedge maze is pretty good too
Wandiligong
The Gong
Wollongong
The Gabba
Woolloongabba
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