Cape Batterbee

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Cape Batterbee is a small, rocky point on the coast, the most northerly cape of Enderby Land. It is located 92 km north of Mount Elkins.

Discovery and naming[edit]

Cape Batterbee was discovered by BANZARE (1929–31) on 13 January 1930. Named by Sir Douglas Mawson after Sir Henry Fagg Batterbee, Assistant Secretary of the Dominions Office, London, at the time of the expedition.[1]

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Coordinates: 65°51′S 53°48′E / 65.850°S 53.800°E / -65.850; 53.800