List of mountains in Australia

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This is a list of mountains in Australia.

State/territory high points[edit]

Looking east back down the chimney on Mount Ossa towards Pelion East, in Tasmania.
States and Territories of Australia[1]
Flag State/country

Territory name

Highest point Altitude Notes
Ashmore and Cartier Islands
Australia Australian Antarctic Territory Mount McClintock 3,490 metres (11,450 ft) [2]
Australian Capital Territory Australian Capital Territory Bimberi Peak 1,912 metres (6,273 ft)
Christmas Island Christmas Island Murray Hill 361 metres (1,184 ft) [3]
Cocos (Keeling) Islands Cocos (Keeling) Islands
Coral Sea Islands Heralds-Beacon Islet, Mellish Reef 1.5 metres (4 ft 11 in) [4]
Heard Island and McDonald Islands Mawson Peak 2,745 metres (9,006 ft) the summit of the Big Ben massif
Jervis Bay Territory Cape St George, Booderee National Park
New South Wales New South Wales Mount Kosciuszko 2,228 metres (7,310 ft)
Norfolk Island Norfolk Island Mount Bates 319 metres (1,047 ft)
Northern Territory Northern Territory Mount Zeil 1,531 metres (5,023 ft)
Queensland Queensland Mount Bartle Frere 1,622 metres (5,322 ft)
South Australia South Australia Mount Woodroffe 1,435 metres (4,708 ft)
Tasmania Tasmania Mount Ossa 1,614 metres (5,295 ft)
Victoria (Australia) Victoria Mount Bogong 1,986 metres (6,516 ft)
Western Australia Western Australia Mount Meharry 1,253 metres (4,111 ft)

Australian Capital Territory[edit]

The following is a list of mountains and prominent hills in the Australian Capital Territory in order, from the highest peak to the lowest peak, for those mountains and hills with an elevation above 750 metres (2,460 ft) AHD :

Order Highest peak Range/nature reserve Altitude AHD Image Notes
1 Bimberi Peak Brindabella Ranges,
Great Dividing Range
1,913 metres (6,276 ft) Bimberi Peak summit 1.jpg [5]
2 Mount Gingera 1,857 metres (6,093 ft) The most prominent snow covered peak to be seen from Canberra in winter.[6]
3 Mount Kelly 1,814 metres (5,951 ft)
4 Mount Scabby 1,790 metres (5,870 ft)
5 Mount Namadgi 1,782 metres (5,846 ft)
6 Ginger Ale 1,766 metres (5,794 ft)
7 Mount Ginini 1,762 metres (5,781 ft) Mount Ginini - Namadgi National Park - 2.jpg [7]
8 Mount Burbidge 1,730 metres (5,680 ft)
9 Mount Gudgenby 1,719 metres (5,640 ft)
10 Sentry Box Mountain 1,718 metres (5,636 ft)
11 Little Bimberi 1,654 metres (5,427 ft)
12 Mount Franklin 1,646 metres (5,400 ft) [8]
13 Mavis Ridge 1,618 metres (5,308 ft)
14 Mount McKeahnie 1,588 metres (5,210 ft)
15 Mount Tidbinbilla 1,583 metres (5,194 ft)
16 The Pimple 1,501 metres (4,925 ft)
17 Mount Majura Canberra Nature Park 890 metres (2,920 ft)
18 Mount Taylor 856 metres (2,808 ft) MtTaylorWodenValley.JPG
19 Tuggeranong Hill 855 metres (2,805 ft) Tuggeranong Hill viewed from Chisholm March 2013.jpg
20 Mount Ainslie 842 metres (2,762 ft) Mount Ainslie.jpg
21 Black Mountain 812 metres (2,664 ft) Black Mountain and Black Mountain Tower.jpg
22 Mount Wanniassa 809 metres (2,654 ft) Tuggeranong Valley from Mt Wanniassa July 2013.jpg
23 Mount Stromlo 770 metres (2,530 ft) Mount Stromlo.jpg

New South Wales[edit]

Barrington Tops[edit]

Mount Allyn in the background, viewed from Mount Cabrebald.

Blue Mountains[edit]

Mount Banks on the Explorer's Range in the Blue Mountains.

Budawang Range[edit]

Gibraltar Range[edit]

Great Dividing Range[edit]

Central Tablelands[edit]

Mount Canobolas as viewed from the Pinnacles, near Orange.

Mid North Coast region[edit]

Monaro region[edit]

Mount Kembla viewed from Mount Nebo.

Illawarra escarpment[edit]

Lord Howe Island[edit]

McPherson Range[edit]

Nandewar Range[edit]

New England Tableland[edit]

The view from Point Lookout.

Nightcap Range[edit]

Snowy Mountains[edit]

The view from Mount Tate, looking towards Guthega.

Sugarloaf Range[edit]

Tweed Range[edit]

Warrumbungles[edit]

Siding Spring Observatory on Siding Spring Mountain

Other mountains[edit]

Queensland[edit]

South East Queensland[edit]

Central and North Queensland[edit]

South Australia[edit]

Flinders Ranges[edit]

Gammon Ranges and Arkaroola[edit]

Gawler Ranges and Eyre Peninsula[edit]

Mount Lofty Ranges[edit]

Musgrave Ranges[edit]

Tasmania[edit]

Victoria[edit]

Mount William, looking east towards Ararat.
From the summit of Mount Bogong, in winter.
Ascending to the summit of Mount Feathertop, in winter.
Mount Buller ridge in summer.
Mount Tambo, in summer.

Grampians[edit]

  • Mountains located within the Grampians
    • Mount William (1,167 m or 3,829 ft)
    • Mount Difficult
    • Mount Wilson
    • Mount Zero

Victorian Alps[edit]

Mount Alexander, in summer.
Hanging Rock, in summer.
Corhanwarrabul, in winter.
Mount Napier, in summer.
Mount Elephant, in spring.

Other Victorian mountains[edit]

Western Australia[edit]

Northern Territory[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ References and details on data provided in the table can be found within the individual state and territory articles.
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  7. ^ "Mount Ginini, Australia". Peakbagger.com. 
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  32. ^ "Mount McKay, Australia". Peakbagger.com. 
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