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Thursday, February 10, 2011
Living In Melbourne[6] - Topography of Melbourne

Melbourne is located in the south-eastern part of mainland Australia, within the state of Victoria. Geologically, it is built on the confluence of Quaternary lava flows to the west, Silurian mudstones to the east, and Holocene sand accumulation to the south-east along Port Phillip. The southeastern suburbs are situated on the Selwyn fault which transects Mount Martha and Cranbourne.





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GEO-graphy
play around with the sheep on top :). Scroll down.