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Tarbuck Crag is one of a group of three high points about 0.75 nautical miles (1.4 km) southwest of Club Lake in the Vestfold Hills, Antarctica. The feature is 140 m high and has steep sides to the south and east. The feature was the terminal tellurometer station of the 1969 ANARE Prince Charles Mountains survey. Named by Antarctic Names Committee of Australia (ANCA) for J. Tarbuck, cook at Wilkes Station in 1965, cook at Davis Station in 1969, and expedition assistant with ANARE at Wilkes in 1967.
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