The Cupola, one of the peaks in the range.
|Elevation||1,083 m (3,553 ft)  AHD|
The Frankland Range is a mountain range that is located in the south-west region of Tasmania, Australia. The range forms part of a natural south-western border to the impounded Lake Pedder, formed by the damming of the Serpentine and Huon rivers.
As part of the South West Wilderness area, it is a less popular site of bushwalking than other, more famous, ranges in Tasmania's South West, and is for much more advanced walkers due to its length, isolation and terrain. Access routes to the range are by boat from the lake, or the roads at Strathgordon or Scotts Peak Dam.
|1||Frankland Peak||1,083 metres (3,553 ft)|||
|2||Secheron Peak||1,068 metres (3,504 ft)|
|3||The Lion||988 metres (3,241 ft)|
|4||Mount Lloyd Jones||982 metres (3,222 ft)|
|5||The Cupola||970 metres (3,182 ft)|||
|6||Right Angle Peak||954 metres (3,130 ft)|
|7||Cleft Peak||946 metres (3,104 ft)|
|8||Redtop Peak||935 metres (3,068 ft)|
|9||The Citadel||929 metres (3,048 ft)|
|10||Greycap||898 metres (2,946 ft)|
|11||Murpheys Bluff||881 metres (2,890 ft)|
|12||Terminal Peak||785 metres (2,575 ft)|
- Solitary (Map) (1st ed.). 1:25000. Tasmania: Tasmap. 2001.
- "Frankland Peak (TAS)". Gazetteer of Australia online. Geoscience Australia, Australian Government.
- Chapman, John. South West Tasmania (4th ed.). pp. 173–175.
- "The Cupola (TAS)". Gazetteer of Australia online. Geoscience Australia, Australian Government.