Sticht Range

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Sticht Range
Sticht Range is located in Tasmania
Sticht Range
Sticht Range
Location in Tasmania
Highest point
Peak unnamed peak
Elevation 1,080 m (3,540 ft) [1] AHD
Coordinates 41°54′S 145°39′E / 41.900°S 145.650°E / -41.900; 145.650
Country Australia
State Tasmania
Region West Coast
Range coordinates [2]
Parent range West Coast Range
Formed by Cambrian
Age of rock Jurassic
Type of rock Dolerite

The Sticht Range is a mountain range located in the West Coast region of Tasmania, Australia. The range runs between two tributaries of the Eldon River and is located within the eastern part of the West Coast Range and has an unnamed peak with an elevation of 1,080 metres (3,540 ft) above sea level.[1]

It was named after Robert Carl Sticht, the manager of the Mount Lyell Mining and Railway Company.

It was affected by the 2016 Tasmanian bushfires [3]

Features and access[edit]

The range can be viewed from the Hydro Tasmania built road (B24) at Lake Plimsoll. It is a cambrian formation range.[4][5][6]

The threatened flora Orites milliganii, a member of the proteaceae family, may be located in the range.[7]

See also[edit]


  1. ^ a b "Tasmanian Peak-Baggers' Guide". Hobart Walking Club Inc. 2013. Retrieved 21 June 2015. 
  2. ^ "Sticht Range (TAS)". Gazetteer of Australia online. Geoscience Australia, Australian Government. 
  3. ^ First reported 19th January, still burning 3rd February Tasmanian Fire service update | Tasmania Fire Service
  4. ^ Baillie, P. W.; Tasmania. Department of Mines (1989). "Stratigraphy, sedimentology and structural setting of the Cambrian Sticht Range formation, Western Tasmania" (PDF). Geological Survey Bulletin. Hobart, Tasmania: Department of Mines (65). ISBN 978-0-7246-2027-2. 
  5. ^ Baillie, P. W. (1987). "Stratigraphy, sedimentology and structural setting of the Cambrian Sticht Range Formation, Western Tasmania". Retrieved 19 June 2015. 
  6. ^ "Sticht Range Formation". Australian Stratigraphic Units Database. Australian Government, Geoscience Australia. 20 September 1989. Retrieved 18 June 2015. 
  7. ^ "Orites milliganii" (PDF). Threatened Flora of Tasmania. Department of Primary Industries, Water and Environment, Government of Tasmania. 12 May 2003. Retrieved 19 June 2015. 

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