I'm hoping you want to know who the Australian bases are named after. While it is possible that some people were named after the bases, I'm not sure how to find that out.
Davis Station was named after Captain John King Davis, a famous Antarctic navigator and captain.
Casey Station was named after Richard Gavin Gardiner Casey, Baron Casey, an Australian politician and diplomat.
another Australian born polar explorer was hubert wilkins..sold his plane to Charles kingsford smith
Sir Douglas Mawson was a famous Australian geologist who explored Antarctica.
The rugby Union is Australia's most famous sport.
Sir Douglas Mawson is Australia's most famous explorer. He has been to Antarctica and the south pole.
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There are no cities in Antarctica.
Mawson was Australia's most famous explorer
Dora The Explorer...
There are no Eskimos in Antarctica only in the Arctic.
There a quite a few cruise ships that visit Antarctica. Among the most popular are the Silver Explorer, Le Boreal and the National Geographic Explorer.
It would be difficult to pick between the Great Barrier Reef and Uluru/Ayers Rock.
The cast of Australias Most Wanted - 1999 includes: Robert Rabiah as Suspect
There are currently no famous singers in Antarctica. One of Antarctica's most famous explorers is Sir Edmund Hillary who is also known as the first man to summit Mt. Everest.