BANZAREBritish Australian and New Zealand Antarctic Research Expedition
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BANZARE (British, Australian and New Zealand Antarctic Research Expeditions) were two international expeditions in the 1930s and confirmed the interest of these countries in Antarctic scientific research.
The BANZARE voyages achieved limited success in reaching the continent to raise the flag at four sites, but large gaps still remained in the charting of the continuous coastline.
However, Christensen's earlier exploration work is included and Norwegian names are intertwined with those of Mawson from BANZARE in the western part of the Australian Antarctic Territory as is shown along the coast of MacRobertson Land (Fig.