Cape Londonderry

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Cape Londonderry is the northernmost point of mainland Western Australia.

It is a cape east of Cape Talbot, and north east of Kalumburu.

It is a reference point for various events that occur nearby.[1][2]

Due to its isolation, development has been proposed[by whom?] to place facilities and other projects at the location.[3][4]

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  1. ^ http://pandora.nla.gov.au/pan/13710/20120320-0918/home.st.net.au/_dunn/ozcrashes/wa21.htm
  2. ^ "CAPE LONDONDERRY.". The News. Adelaide: National Library of Australia. 20 May 1929. p. 1 Edition: HOME EDITION. Retrieved 21 December 2013. 
  3. ^ Benrama Pty. Ltd; Western Australia. Environmental Protection Authority (1991), Public environmental review of proposed airstrip and fishing base, Cape Londonderry, Environmental Protection Authority, retrieved 21 December 2013 
  4. ^ Western Australia. Environmental Protection Authority; Benrama Pty. Ltd (1992), Airstrip and fishing base, Cape Londonderry, Benrama Pty Ltd : report and recommendations of the Environmental Protection Authority, The Authority, ISBN 978-0-7309-4788-2