Inglis Island is the largest of a group called The English Company's Islands, Northern Territory, Australia. It is 23.4 km long and up to 7 km wide. Its area is 83.5 km², and it reaches a height of 70 meters. The distance to the mainland south of it is 2.5 km at the closest place, across Nalwarung Strait, which is the southwestern continuation of Malay Road.
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