1. Eggs and Bacon Bay, Tasmania Google Maps, @thorogood86 / Via instagram.com Fun fact: The Bay is not named after an iconic breakfast pairing, but rather a species of wildflower that grows nearby. 2. Banana, Queensland Google Maps, @ra3magram / Via instagram.com Fun fact: This Australian town has nothing to do with bananas, and was instead named in honour of a yellow-coloured bullock named Banana. 3. Mount Buggery, Victoria Google Maps, Wikimedia: Dashers/ Creative Commons / Via commons.wikimedia.org Fun fact: It's been rumoured that Mount Buggery was given its name after a group of already-exhausted explorers were faced with the prospect of another laborious climb. 4. Deception Bay, Queensland Google Maps, Flickr: Bertnot/ Creative Commons / Via Flickr: bertknot Fun fact: Deception Bay earned its name as a result of a mix-up by its discoverer, Lieutenant John Oxley, who initially thought that the area was a river. 5. Cream Puff Corner, South Australia MapCarta, @alannathredgold / Via instagram.com Fun fact: Although sounding very sweet, Cream Puff Corner is difficult to find. You won't see it on Google Maps, but according to this website it's located somewhere around Garfield School. 6. Humpty Doo, Northern Territory Google Maps, Flickr: Daniel Remler/ Creative Commons / Via Flickr: ellyah Fun fact: The town of Humpty Doo takes its name from a station property called "Umpity Doo". As to why the station was given that name, well, no one really knows. 7. Come By Chance, New South Wales Google Maps, @cockingjack / Via instagram.com Fun fact: After buying a sheep farm in the area, George and William Colless decided to name it "Come By Chance" to reflect their surprise at being able to purchase anything in this remote area. The town was eventually renamed after the sheep station. 8. Break-Me-Neck Hill, Tasmania Mapcarta, @jackson_beach / Via instagram.com Fun fact: The exact origins of Break-Me-Neck Hill are unknown, but it's thought to have come from early settlers attempting to navigate the steep sections of the road. 9. Boyland, Queensland Google Maps, @sneekysweety / Via instagram.com Fun fact: Unfortunately the town of Boyland was not named for its ample variety of the male gender. Instead, the name was taken from a railway station, which was originally named after George Boyland, the former chairman of Tamborine Shire Council. 10. Cranky Corner Road, New South Wales Google Maps, @elizabethaed / Via instagram.com Fun fact: There is a town by the name of Cranky Corner located in Louisiana as well. 11. No Where Else Road, South Australia Google Maps, @jase_semmler / Via instagram.com Fun fact: The road sign to No Where Else Road is a frequent target for thieves and souvenir hunters. 12. Dicky Beach, Queensland Google Maps, Flickr: Brian Yap/ Creative Commons / Via Flickr: yewenyi Fun fact: Dicky Beach was named after an iron steamboat, the SS Dicky, which became grounded on the beach in 1893 to avoid damage during severe storms. 13. Look At Me Now Headland, New South Wales Google Maps, http://@jessica.elaine / Via instagram.com Fun fact: The Headland boasts some fabulous views of the sea, so it's no wonder that its name comes from a rumoured story of a proud Englishman who was trying to show off his horseback skills. 14. Devils Kitchen, Tasmania Google Maps, @kenyau36 / Via instagram.com Fun fact: This ghoulish-sounding feature is named after the swells of the Great Southern Ocean which crash into the base of the tall cliffs. Supposedly, this looks like a "cauldron" bubbling full of foam. 15. Useless Loop, Western Australia Google Maps, @davidgohla / Via instagram.com Fun fact: Useless Loop is actually a closed company town populated by 70 Australian employees of Japan's Mitsui Group. 16. Yorkeys Knob, Queensland. Google Maps, @mis___aki / Via instagram.com Fun fact: Hilariously, the origins of this Aussie town are entirely wholesome. "Yorkeys" comes from a Yorkshire-born fisherman named George Lawson, and "Knob" refers to the rounded headland surrounding the area. 17. Dismal Swamp, Tasmania Google Maps, @stelly120 / Via instagram.com Fun fact: Dismal Swamp is home to the world's only Blackwood sinkhole. 18. Coffin Bay, South Australia Google Maps, @varvarenji / Via instagram.com Fun fact: A British Naval explorer by the name of Matthew Flinders named the Bay in honour of his friend, Sir Isaac Coffin. 19. Titwobble Lane, Victoria Google Maps, @bronsonsborgnine / Via instagram.com Fun fact: To be honest, there's not much information on Titwobble Lane. It's just a really hilarious name for a road.