"The Grampians mountain range."
The term The Grampians is, I think, more well known than the small, pretty town in it, Hall's Gap.
It was originally named so by the explorer, Major Mitchell. He being of Scottish origin, named the impressive mountain range after the one in his home country.
In recent times there was an endeavour by the well-meaning authorities, to rename it its Aboriginal name - which, I must confess, does not immediately come to my mind ! Home-work required.
I think the relevant government minister who tried the renaming was, himself, of Scottish origin. Something Freudian there perhaps.
That endeavour failed by public reaction and the name "The Grampians" is still in widespread, common use. The Scottish are stubborn. ??!!
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