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The La Perouse peninsula is the northern headland of Sydney Botany Bay. La Perouse was named after the French navigator Jean-François de Galaup, Comte de Lapérouse (1741–88). Lapérouse’s two ships sailed to New South Wales after 12 of his men had been attacked and killed in the Navigator Islands (Samoa). Astrolabe and Boussole arrived off Botany Bay on 24 January just six days after Captain Arthur Phillip and the first fleet of convicts had anchored.

La Perouse Beach – Original Watercolour

Violetta Kurbanova

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The La Perouse peninsula is the northern headland of Sydney Botany Bay. La Perouse was named after the French navigator Jean-François de Galaup, Comte de Lapérouse (1741–88). Lapérouse’s two ships sailed to New South Wales after 12 of his men had been attacked and killed in the Navigator Islands (Samoa). Astrolabe and Boussole arrived off Botany Bay on 24 January just six days after Captain Arthur Phillip and the first fleet of convicts had anchored.

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