Baudin Rocks



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About Baudin Rocks

Baudin Rocks, also previously known as the Godfrey Islands, is a group of islets on the south east coast of in the Australian state of South Australia about 8.3 kilometres (5.2 miles) North-northwest of Robe. The islet group was discovered and named by Matthew Flinders in 1802 after Nicolas Baudin. The group has had protected area status since 1965 and since 1972, the group has been part of the Baudin Rocks Conservation Park.

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  • Country: Australia
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      Sources: DBpedia
       — Date merged: 7/19/2021, 11:53:22 AM