Located on the tip of Cape York Peninsula, over 2700 kilometres north west of Brisbane, Seisia is the most northern community on the Australian mainland.
Traditionally the land of the Kaurareg Aboriginal people, Thursday Island is located 30 kilometres form the northern tip of Cape York, Queensland.
Wadeye is a large remote Aboriginal community 420 kilometres by road south-west of Darwin.
Weipa lies on the west coast of Cape York, about 200 kilometres south of the tip of Australia and 800 kilometres north west of Cairns by road.
Wilcannia is a small town in Far West New South Wales, located on the Darling River 195 kilometres east of Broken Hill.
Wiluna sits 950 kilometres north east of Perth and 534 km north of Perth in the traditional lands of the Martu people in central Western Australia.
Woorabinda is a town in central Queensland, 170 kilometres south-west of Rockhampton.
Beswick is on the banks of the Waterhouse river approximately 116 km, South East of Katherine and 31kms from the Barunga Community.
Wurrumiyanga is an Aboriginal community located on the southeast corner of Bathurst Island, part of the Tiwi Islands, 80 kilometres north west of Darwin.