Darling River, the main tributary of Australia's largest river, the Murray. The Darling has headwaters in the Great Dividing Range and flows southwestward about 1,810 miles (2,910 km), mainly through New South Wales.
Eyre, Lake, a large intermittent salt lake in south-central Australia. It covers about 3,600 square miles (9,300 km2) and lies 52 feet (16 m) below sea level—the lowest elevation on the continent. See more »
Kosciusko, Mount, the highest peak in Australia. It rises 7,310 feet (2,228 m) above sea level, in southeastern New South Wales, near the Victoria border, and forms part of the Australian Alps. See more »