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Points on parallel 30° south

The 30th parallel south is a circle of latitude that is 30 degrees south of the Earth's equatorial plane. It crosses the Atlantic Ocean, Africa, the Indian Ocean, Australasia, the Pacific Ocean and South America.
Starting at the Prime Meridian and heading eastwards, the parallel 30° south passes through:

Co-ordinates Country, territory or sea Notes
30°0′S 0°0′E / 30°S 0°E / -30; 0 (Prime Meridian) Atlantic Ocean
30°0′S 17°9′E / 30°S 17.15°E / -30; 17.15 (South Africa)  South Africa
30°0′S 27°14′E / 30°S 27.233°E / -30; 27.233 (Lesotho)  Lesotho
30°0′S 29°1′E / 30°S 29.017°E / -30; 29.017 (South Africa)  South Africa Passing just south of Durban
30°0′S 30°57′E / 30°S 30.95°E / -30; 30.95 (Indian Ocean) Indian Ocean
30°0′S 114°57′E / 30°S 114.95°E / -30; 114.95 (Australia)  Australia Western Australia
South Australia
New South Wales
30°0′S 153°13′E / 30°S 153.217°E / -30; 153.217 (Pacific Ocean) Pacific Ocean Passing between islands in the Kermadec chain,  New Zealand
30°0′S 71°24′W / 30°S 71.4°W / -30; -71.4 (Chile)  Chile
30°0′S 69°55′W / 30°S 69.917°W / -30; -69.917 (Argentina)  Argentina
30°0′S 57°20′W / 30°S 57.333°W / -30; -57.333 (Brazil)  Brazil Rio Grande do Sul
30°0′S 50°7′W / 30°S 50.117°W / -30; -50.117 (Atlantic Ocean) Atlantic Ocean

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