Mount Murchison (Tasmania)
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|Location||West Coast, Tasmania|
|Range||West Coast Range|
Mount Murchison (Tasmania, Australia. Like most of the mountains in the West Coast Range - the taller were named after opponents or critics of Charles Darwin, the smaller after his supporters. A popular walking track leads to the summit.) is the tallest mountain in the West Coast Range
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