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John McDouall Stuart (1815-1866)

Born is Dysart, Scotland. He became one of Australia’s most accomplished explorers, being the first to traverse the country’s centre from Adelaide in the south, to what is now known as Darwin in the north. It allowed construction of the Australian Overland Telegraph Line and the Stuart Highway which was named in his honour.

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