Robert Austin (explorer)
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Robert Austin (1825–1905) led the Austin expedition of 1854, one of the first European inland explanations of Western Australia with Kenneth Brown. They explored Geraldton, Mount Magnet, and the Murchison River area.
- Glen McLaren. "Austin, Robert (1825 - 1905)". Australian Dictionary of Biography. Retrieved 2009-10-15.
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