Baudin Expedition.

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A French scientific expedition under Captain Nicolas Baudin surveyed the coasts of Australia, 1800-1804. The expedition was on the Western Australian coast in 1801 and 1803, making detailed surveys in Geographe Bay, Shark Bay and the Swan River in 1801; and King George Sound, Geographe Bay and along the coast to the Swan River, then mainly along the north-west coast from Shark Bay to Cambridge Gulf, in 1803. The official report "Voyage de decouvertes aux terres Australes", published in Paris in 1807, was written and edited by M.F. Peron and Louis de Freycinet.

From the description of Records. 1801-1821. (Libraries Australia). WorldCat record id: 221875399

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