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Victoria, Australia (-36.59861 144.67801)
Victoria contains many topographically, geologically and climatically diverse areas, ranging from the wet, temperate climate of Gippsland in the southeast to the snow-covered Victorian alpine areas which rise to almost 2,000 m (6,600 ft), with Mount Bogong the highest peak at 1,986 m (6,516 ft). There are extensive semi-arid plains to the west and northwest. There is an extensive series of river systems in Victoria. Most notable is the Murray River system. Other rivers include: Ovens River, Goulburn River, Patterson River, King River, Campaspe River, Loddon River, Wimmera River, Elgin River, Barwon River, Thomson River, Snowy River, Latrobe River, Yarra River, Maribyrnong River, Mitta River, Hopkins River, Merri River and Kiewa River. The state symbols include the pink heath (state flower), Leadbeater's possum (state animal) and the helmeted honeyeater (state bird).
Box Hill District, Blackburn, Melbourne, City of Whitehorse, Victoria, 3130, Australia (-37.81370 145.12381)
Coordinates: -37.83481 145.07924 -37.79294 145.17624 - Minimum elevation: 39 ft - Maximum elevation: 601 ft - Average elevation: 259 ft
Grampians National Park, Victoria Range Road, Dunkeld, Shire of Southern Grampians, Barwon South West, Victoria, Australia (-37.34792 142.29011)
Coordinates: -37.63857 142.18032 -36.86873 142.68508 - Minimum elevation: 364 ft - Maximum elevation: 3,777 ft - Average elevation: 787 ft