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Three Hummock Island, Circular Head, Tasmania, Australia (-40.43606 144.89650)
The island is named after its three most prominent hills, North, Middle and South Hummock, the latter being the highest with an elevation of 237 metres (778 ft) above mean sea level. Part of the island is a nature reserve, with the rest a pastoral lease where farming took place from the mid-1800s to at least the mid-1970s. The focus of human settlement on the island is the homestead at Chimney Corner at the westernmost point. There is an automated lighthouse at Cape Rochon in the north-east, as well as roads, three airstrips, fencing and a wharf. Seasonal muttonbirding occurs in March and April.
Cradle Mountain, Cradle Mount Summit Track, Cradle Mountain, Kentish, Tasmania, Australia (-41.68464 145.95130)
Coordinates: -41.68469 145.95125 -41.68459 145.95135 - Minimum elevation: 648 m - Maximum elevation: 1,534 m - Average elevation: 1,066 m