35th parallel south
The 35th parallel south is a circle of latitude that is 35 degrees south of the Earth's equatorial plane. It crosses the Atlantic Ocean, the Indian Ocean, Australasia, the Pacific Ocean and South America.
Around the world
Starting at the Prime Meridian and heading eastwards, the parallel 35° south passes through:
Co-ordinates Country, territory or ocean Notes 35°0′S 0°0′E Atlantic Ocean 35°0′S 20°0′E Indian Ocean Passing just south of Cape Agulhas, South Africa 35°0′S 116°28′E Australia Western Australia 35°0′S 118°12′E Indian Ocean 35°0′S 135°56′E Australia South Australia - Eyre Peninsula and Thistle Island 35°0′S 136°10′E Indian Ocean Spencer Gulf 35°0′S 136°58′E Australia South Australia - Yorke Peninsula 35°0′S 137°45′E Indian Ocean Gulf St Vincent 35°0′S 138°30′E Australia South Australia - passing just south of Adelaide
New South Wales
35°0′S 150°47′E Pacific Ocean Tasman Sea 35°0′S 173°9′E New Zealand North Island 35°0′S 173°57′E Pacific Ocean 35°0′S 72°11′W Chile O'Higgins Region 35°0′S 70°21′W Argentina The parallel defines the border between Córdoba Province and La Pampa Province 35°0′S 57°35′W Atlantic Ocean Río de la Plata estuary - passing just south of Montevideo, Uruguay
Passing between Punta del Este and Isla de Lobos,