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Badu is a village in northwest Queensland. Its closest capital city is actually Darwin (show me) in the Northern Territory about 1260km to the west-southwest (the capital of Queensland is Brisbane (show me), about 2230km away to the south-southeast of Badu). With a population of around 690, Badu is one of the smaller towns in Australia. Badu is at an altitude of about 18m above sea level. Badu is one of the northernmost villages in Australia.
Badu is located within the Australia Papua New Guinea Protected Zone. There are 7 other villages within the Australia Papua New Guinea Protected Zone: Darnley, Mabuiag, Murray Island, Saibai, Saint Pauls, Talbot Islands and Warraber.
The nearest more populous place is the town of Thursday Island which is 47km away with a population of around 2,700 (show me a map with Badu and Thursday Island).
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