Great Western Tiers
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|Great Western Tiers|
Great Western Tiers From Chudleigh
|Elevation||1,444 m (4,738 ft)|
They stretch from Western Bluff, near the town of Mole Creek, towards the east, passing south of the town of Meander, north of the Great Lake, and ending at Millers Bluff, approximately 25 km west of Campbell Town, near the Macquarie River.
The highest of the peaks is Ironstone Mountain, at 1,444m.
The Tiers form the border between the fertile valleys of eastern Tasmania, and the high, rocky, sparsely inhabited and infertile Central Plateaux.
The lend their name to the Great Western Tiers tourist route, signposted along the Bass Highway.
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