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Mount Victoria may refer to either peaks or communities named after Queen Victoria of the United Kingdom.
- In Australia
- Mount Victoria (New South Wales), Australia, a mountain located at S 37° 26′ 55″ E 149° 52′ 4″
- Mount Victoria (Queensland) mountain S 23° 39′ 0″ E 150° 21′ 0″ 
- Mount Victoria (Queensland) mountain S 18° 23′ 0″ E 140° 15′ 0″ 
- Mount Victoria (South Australia) mountain S 31° 58′ 0″ E 139° 52′ 0″
- Mount Victoria (Tasmania), Australia
- Mount Victoria (Western Australia) hill S 28° 11′ 0″ E 114° 21′ 0″
- Mount Victoria (Victoria) mountain S 37° 26′ 0″ E 148° 7′ 0″ 
- In Canada
- Mount Victoria (British Columbia), Canada, in the Jervist Inlet area of the British Columbia Coast
- Mount Victoria (Bow Range), on the Alberta-British Columbia border
- In New Zealand
- Mount Victoria, Wellington, New Zealand (a hill, and a suburb of Wellington)
- Mount Victoria, Auckland, New Zealand (a volcano)
- In Oceania and elsewhere
- Mount Victoria, Burma, also known as Nat Ma Taung, in western Myanmar/Burma
- Mount Tomanivi, formerly Mount Victoria, in Fiji
- Mount Victoria, Palawan, on Palawan island, Philippines
- Mount Victoria, Papua New Guinea in the Owen Stanley Ranges
- Victoria Peak, Hong Kong
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