List of islands of Australia Last updated January 21, 2019 Largest islands
The islands larger than
1,000 square kilometres (390 sq mi) are:   Mainland Tasmania (Tas) 64,519 square kilometres (24,911 sq mi); Melville Island, Northern Territory (NT), 5,786 square kilometres (2,234 sq mi); Kangaroo Island, South Australia (SA), 4,416 square kilometres (1,705 sq mi); Groote Eylandt (NT), 2,285 square kilometres (882 sq mi); Bathurst Island (NT), 1,693 square kilometres (654 sq mi); Fraser Island, Queensland (Qld), 1,653 square kilometres (638 sq mi); Flinders Island (Tas), 1,359 square kilometres (525 sq mi); King Island (Tas), 1,091 square kilometres (421 sq mi); and Mornington Island (Qld), 1,002 square kilometres (387 sq mi). New South Wales Bird Island, 1996 Cockatoo Island, the largest island in Sydney Harbour, 2008 Lord Howe Island, 2006 Bare Island, near the north headland of Botany Bay Bird Island, located near Budgewoi, 1.4 kilometres (0.87 mi) east of the Central Coast Boondelbah Island, at the mouth of Port Stephens Broughton Island, located north of Port Stephens Broulee Island, located off the coast at Broulee Cabbage Tree Island, at the mouth of Port Stephens Chatsworth Island, in the Clarence River Clark Island, in Sydney Harbour Cockatoo Island, in Sydney Harbour, originally used as a prison and later developed as a shipyard Cook Island, located near Tweed Heads Dangar Island, a small forested island in the Hawkesbury River Dumaresq Island, a small island in the Manning River downstream of Taree Darling Island, a former island subsequently bridged by land, in Sydney Harbour Esk Island, in the north arm of the Clarence River Fatima Island, a tidal island of the Cook's RIver Fort Denison, also known as Pinchgut Five Islands Nature Reserve, a group of islands off the coast near Wollongong Garden Island (no longer an island) Glebe Island (no longer an island) Goat Island, a rocky island in Sydney Harbour Goodwood Island Green Island, a small island north of Smoky Cape Harwood Island, in the Clarence River Joass Island, located in Little Swan Bay, Port Stephens Lion Island, at the entrance to the Hawkesbury River Long Island, in the Hawkesbury River Lord Howe Island, a small island in the Tasman Sea, 600 kilometres (370 mi) east of the Australian mainland Milson Island, in the Hawkesbury River Montague Island, 9 kilometres (5.6 mi) east of Narooma on the south coast Moon Island, 1 km off Swansea Heads Muttonbird Island, off Coffs Harbour Oxley Island Pinchgut - see Fort Denison, a former penal site and defensive facility in Sydney Harbour Pulbah Island, the largest island in Lake Macquarie Rodd Island, a small island in the Parramatta River Scotland Island, in the north of Sydney Shark Island, in Sydney Harbour Snapper Island, in Sydney Harbour Spectacle Island, in the Hawkesbury River Spectacle Island, in Sydney Harbour Solitary Islands Wasp Island, the only island in Durras Inlet near Batemans Bay  Wedding Cake Island, a small island of the coast of Coogee Windang Island, a small island at the entrance to Lake Illawarra Woodford Island, in the Clarence River on the far north coast South Australia Remarkable Rocks on Kangaroo Island, 2007 Greenly Island; a distant view taken from the sea (circa 1903) (State Library of South Australia PRG 280/1/1/120) Chinamans Hat Island as viewed from the nearby coastline View of Pearson Island from its south end circa 1914 (State Library of South Australia PRG-280-1-12-263) Tasmania Macquarie Island Currie harbour on King Island, 2007
Tasmania is a large island state off the south-east coast of mainland Australia. The main island of Tasmania (which includes 94% of the state's land area) does not have a defined name but can be referred to as the "Tasmanian mainland". There are 334 islands (or islets) within the state of Tasmania; with the main islands listed below, each having a land area greater than  100 hectares (250 acres). A full list of all 334 islands is located at the list of islands of Tasmania. Australian territories Australian Capital Territory
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