Mount Victoria (Tasmania)
|Elevation||1,213 m (3,980 ft) AHD |
|Prominence||433 m (1,421 ft) |
|Isolation||9.96 km (6.19 mi) |
|Parent peak||Legges Tor|
|Listing||List of highest mountains of Tasmania|
|Parent range||Ben Lomond|
|Age of rock||Jurassic|
Mount Victoria is a mountain in the Mount Victoria Forest Reserve in north-east Tasmania, Australia, and also forms part of the Ben Lomond biogeographic region and withth the Ben Lomond National Park. The peak has an elevation of 1,213 metres (3,980 ft) above sea level and is the 58th highest mountain in Tasmania. It is a prominent feature of the reserve, and is a popular venue with bushwalkers.
Mount Victoria Forest Reserve has a picnic area, barbeque facilities and toilets. Ralph Falls can be accessed from the Reserve. Ralph Falls is one of Tasmania's highest waterfalls and Tasmania's highest single drop waterfall. It has a drop of 90 metres (300 ft) over a sheer cliff face.
- "Mount Victoria, Australia". Peakbagger.com. Retrieved 5 June 2017.
- "Mount Victoria (TAS)". Gazetteer of Australia online. Geoscience Australia, Australian Government.
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