Record Hill is the highest hill on North Island in the Houtman Abrolhos. It is located in the southwest of the island; its gazetted location is , but in fact it is located about 150 metres north of there at Coordinates: . It is about 13 metres (42 ft) high.
Record Island was discovered on 22 May 1840 by John Clements Wickham, Commander during the third voyage of HMS Beagle: "The highest hill on the south-west point, measuring 42 feet, received the name of Record Hill, from our leaving a paper in a bottle, giving an account of our cruise."
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