Lieutenant George Gravatt (1815–1843) was an officer in the British Army. In May 1839, he succeeded Sir Sydney Cotton as commander of the Moreton Bay settlement in what is now Brisbane, Australia. He held the position for three months.
A local hill was named Mount Gravatt, and later this name was transferred to the local suburb.
- "Pioneers Dinner. Back to Mt Gravatt Wednesday 26 July 1933". The Brisbane Courier. p. 12. Retrieved 30 December 2011.
- Cranfield, Louis (24 October 1963). "Early Commandants Of Moreton Bay" (PDF). UQ Library. Retrieved 7 August 2016.
- Appleton, Richard and Barbara (1992). The Cambridge Dictionary of Australian Places. Melbourne: Cambridge University Press. ISBN 0-521-39506-2.
- Some Information about Morton Bay Penal Settlement
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