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This is a list of mountains in Australia.

Looking east back down the chimney on Mount Ossa towards Pelion East, in Tasmania.

Highest points by state and territory

States and Territories of Australia[1]
State / Territory Highest point Elevation AHD Notes
m ft
Ashmore and Cartier Islands Cartier Island 5 16 [2]
Australian Antarctic Territory Dome A 4,093 13,428 [3][4][5]
Australian Capital Territory Bimberi Peak 1,913 6,276
Christmas Island Murray Hill 361 1,184 [6]
Cocos (Keeling) Islands South Island 9 30 [7]
Coral Sea Islands Heralds-Beacon Islet, Mellish Reef 1.5 4 ft 11 in [8]
Heard Island and McDonald Islands Mawson Peak 2,745 9,006 the summit of the Big Ben massif
Jervis Bay Territory Cape St George, Booderee National Park 164 538
New South Wales Mount Kosciuszko 2,228 7,310
Norfolk Island Mount Bates 319 1,047
Northern Territory Mount Zeil 1,531 5,023
Queensland Mount Bartle Frere 1,622 5,322
South Australia Ngarutjaranya 1,435 4,708
Tasmania Mount Ossa 1,614 5,295
Victoria Mount Bogong 1,986 6,516
Western Australia Mount Meharry 1,253 4,111

List of mountains in Australia by topographic prominence

This is a list of the top 50 mountains in Australia ranked by topographic prominence. Most of these peaks are the highest point in their areas.

[9] [10] [11] [12]

Australian Capital Territory

Main article: List of mountains in the Australian Capital Territory

The following is a list of mountains and prominent hills in the Australian Capital Territory in order, from the highest peak to the lowest peak, for those mountains and hills with an elevation above 750 metres (2,460 ft) AHD :

Order Highest peak Range /
nature reserve
Elevation AHD Image Notes
m ft
1 Bimberi Peak Brindabella Ranges,
Great Dividing Range
1,913 6,276 [13]
2 Mount Gingera 1,857 6,093 The most prominent snow-covered peak to be seen from Canberra in winter.[14]
3 Mount Kelly 1,814 5,951
4 Mount Scabby 1,790 5,873
5 Mount Namadgi 1,782 5,846
6 Ginger Ale 1,766 5,794
7 Mount Ginini 1,762 5,781 [15]
8 Mount Burbidge 1,730 5,676
9 Mount Gudgenby 1,719 5,640
10 Sentry Box Mountain 1,718 5,636
11 Little Bimberi 1,654 5,427
12 Mount Franklin 1,646 5,400 [16]
13 Mavis Ridge 1,618 5,308
14 Mount McKeahnie 1,588 5,210
15 Mount Tidbinbilla 1,583 5,194
16 The Pimple 1,501 4,925
17 Mount Majura Canberra Nature Park 890 2,920
18 Mount Taylor 856 2,808
19 Tuggeranong Hill 855 2,805
20 Mount Ainslie 842 2,762
21 Black Mountain 812 2,664
22 Mount Wanniassa 809 2,654
23 Mount Stromlo 770 2,526

New South Wales

Barrington Tops[edit]

Mount Allyn in the background, viewed from Mount Cabrebald.

Blue Mountains[edit]

Blue Mountains.
Mount Banks on the Explorer's Range in the Blue Mountains.
  • Mountains located within the Blue Mountains
    • Mount Coricudgy, at 1,255 metres (4,117 ft)
    • Mount Pomany, at 1,109 metres (3,638 ft)
    • Mount Piddington, at 1,094 metres (3,589 ft)
    • Mount Boyce, at 1,093 metres (3,586 ft)[17]
    • Mount York, at 1,061 metres (3,481 ft)
    • Mount Victoria, at 1,059 metres (3,474 ft)
    • Mount Banks, at 1,049 metres (3,442 ft)
    • Mount Tomah, at 1,016 metres (3,333 ft)
    • Mount Wilson, at 1,008 metres (3,307 ft)
    • Narrow Neck, at 1,000 metres (3,300 ft)
    • Kings Tableland, at 1,000 metres (3,300 ft)
    • Castle Cliff, at 986 metres (3,235 ft)
    • Mount Solitary, at 950 metres (3,120 ft)
    • Mount Hay, at 944 metres (3,097 ft)
    • Podgers, at 890 metres (2,920 ft)
    • Mount Irvine, at 850 metres (2,790 ft)
    • Mount Debert, at 840 metres (2,760 ft)
    • Camp Cave Hill, at 800 metres (2,600 ft)
    • Warrigal Hill, at 760 metres (2,490 ft)
    • Notts Hill, at 750 metres (2,460 ft)
    • Harris Hill, at 736 metres (2,415 ft)
    • Centre Mount, at 620 metres (2,030 ft)
    • Mount Hall, at 617 metres (2,024 ft)
    • Mount Gibson, at 608 metres (1,995 ft)
    • Scorpion Hill, at 558 metres (1,831 ft)
    • Linda Rock, at 599 metres (1,965 ft)
    • Mount Cookem, at 569 metres (1,867 ft)
    • Gospers Mountain
    • Mount Bedford
    • Mount Cameron
    • Mount Coriaday
    • Mount Erskine
    • Mount Mistake
    • Mount Monundilla
    • Mount Whaite
    • Mount Wirraba
    • Pearces Mountain

Budawang Range[edit]

Pigeon House Mountain within the Budawang Range.

Gibraltar Range[edit]

  • Mountains located within the Gibraltar Range
    • The Summit 1,170 metres (3,840 ft)

Great Dividing Range[edit]

Central Tablelands[edit]

Mount Canobolas as viewed from the Pinnacles, near Orange.

Mid North Coast region[edit]

Monaro region[edit]

Mount Kembla viewed from Mount Nebo.


Illawarra escarpment[edit]

  • Mountains located within the Illawarra escarpment
    • Bells Hill, at 803 metres (2,635 ft)
    • Knights Hill, at 709 metres (2,326 ft)
    • Noorinan Mountain, at 663 metres (2,175 ft)
    • Saddleback Mountain, at 600 metres (2,000 ft)
    • Wanyambilli Hill, at 564 metres (1,850 ft)
    • Mount Kembla, at 534 metres (1,752 ft)
    • Burelli Mountain, at 531 metres (1,742 ft)
    • Mount Kembla West, at 512 metres (1,680 ft)
    • Mount Brisbane, at 469 metres (1,539 ft)
    • Mount Keira, at 464 metres (1,522 ft)
    • Warra Mountain, at 464 metres (1,522 ft)
    • Brokers Nose, at 440 metres (1,440 ft)
    • Mount Nebo, at 252 metres (827 ft)

Liverpool Range[edit]

  • Mountains located within the Liverpool Range
    • Crawney Mountain, at 1,446 metres (4,744 ft)
    • Wombramurra Mountain, at 1,418 metres (4,652 ft)
    • Bald Hill (NSW), at 1,280 metres (4,200 ft)
    • Mount Temi, at 1,256 metres (4,121 ft)
    • East Bluff, at 1,240 metres (4,070 ft)
    • Mount Tingaroo, at 1,224 metres (4,016 ft)
    • Towarri Mountain, at 1,140 metres (3,740 ft)
    • Mount Moan, at 1,130 metres (3,710 ft)
    • Wedding Cake Peak, at 1,022 metres (3,353 ft)

Lord Howe Island[edit]

Mount Lidgbird on Lord Howe Island

McPherson Range[edit]

Moonbi Range[edit]

  • Mountains located within the Moonbi Range
    • Black Jack Mountain, at 1,323 metres (4,341 ft)
    • Mount Gulligal, at 1,243 metres (4,078 ft)
    • Den Mountain, at 1,120 metres (3,670 ft)

Nandewar Range[edit]

Grattai Mountain in the Nandewar Range.

New England Tableland[edit]

The view from Point Lookout.
  • Mountains located within the New England Tableland
    • Round Mountain, at 1,585 metres (5,200 ft)
    • Point Lookout, at 1,564 metres (5,131 ft)
    • The Brothers (Ben Lomond), at 1,509 metres (4,951 ft)
    • Mount Rumbee, at 1,506 metres (4,941 ft)
    • Ben Lomond (New South Wales), at 1,505 metres (4,938 ft)
    • The Magistrate (Capoompeta), at 1,502 metres (4,928 ft)
    • Big Mount Spirabo, at 1,491 metres (4,892 ft)
    • Mount Duncan (New South Wales), at 1,478 metres (4,849 ft)
    • Mount Mitchell (New South Wales), at 1,476 metres (4,843 ft)
    • Chandlers Peak, at 1,473 metres (4,833 ft)
    • Mount Grundy, at 1,463 metres (4,800 ft)
    • Mount Bajimba, at 1,445 metres (4,741 ft)
    • Mount Hyland, at 1,434 metres (4,705 ft)
    • Mount Duval, at 1,393 metres (4,570 ft)
    • Mount MacKenzie, at 1,287 metres (4,222 ft)
    • Cunglebung Mountain, at 1,035 metres (3,396 ft)[22]
    • Bolivia Hill, at 1,010 metres (3,310 ft)

Nightcap Range[edit]

  • Mountains located within the Nightcap Range[23]
    • Mount Burrell, at 933 metres (3,061 ft)
    • Mount Neville, at 919 metres (3,015 ft)
    • Mount Nardi, at 812 metres (2,664 ft)
    • Mount Matheson, at 804 metres (2,638 ft)
    • Peates Mountain, at 604 metres (1,982 ft)

Snowy Mountains[edit]

Mount Kosciuszko.
Carruthers Peak on the Main Range.
The view from Mount Tate, looking towards Guthega.
  • Mountains located within the Snowy Mountains in New South Wales
    • Mount Kosciuszko, at 2,228 metres (7,310 ft)[24] (Highest mountain on the mainland)
    • Mount Townsend, at 2,209 metres (7,247 ft)[25] (Second highest mountain on the mainland)
    • Mount Twynam, at 2,196 metres (7,205 ft)[26] (Third highest)
    • Rams Head, at 2,190 metres (7,190 ft)[26] (Fourth highest)
    • Unnamed peak on Etheridge Ridge, at 2,180 metres (7,150 ft)[26] (Fifth highest)
    • Rams Head North, at 2,177 metres (7,142 ft)[26] (Sixth highest)
    • Alice Rawson Peak, at 2,160 metres (7,090 ft)[26] (Seventh highest)
    • Byatts Camp, at 2,159 metres (7,083 ft)[26] (Eighth highest)
    • Carruthers Peak, at 2,145 metres (7,037 ft)[25] (Equal ninth highest)
    • Abbott Peak, at 2,145 metres (7,037 ft)[26] (Equal ninth highest)
    • Mount Northcote, at 2,131 metres (6,991 ft)[25] (Eleventh highest)
    • Muellers Peak, at 2,120 metres (6,960 ft)
    • Watsons Crags, at 2,020 metres (6,630 ft)
    • Little Twynam, at 2,120 metres (6,960 ft)
    • Mount Clark, at 2,100 metres (6,900 ft)
    • Mount Lee, at 2,100 metres (6,900 ft)
    • Gungartan, at 2,068 metres (6,785 ft) (Equal eighteenth highest)
    • Mount Tate, at 2,068 metres (6,785 ft) (Equal eighteenth highest)
    • Mount Jagungal, at 2,061 metres (6,762 ft) (Twentieth highest)
    • Mount Perisher, at 2,054 metres (6,739 ft)
    • Mount Stilwell, at 2,040 metres (6,690 ft)
    • Back Perisher Mountain, at 2,014 metres (6,608 ft)
    • Mount Anton, at 2,000 metres (6,600 ft)
    • Mount Anderson, at 1,997 metres (6,552 ft)
    • Blue Cow Mountain, at 1,994 metres (6,542 ft)
    • The Granite Peaks, at 1,980 metres (6,500 ft)
    • Dicky Cooper Bogong, at 1,980 metres (6,500 ft)
    • Gills Knobs, at 1,940 metres (6,360 ft)
    • Guthega Peak, at 1,924 metres (6,312 ft)
    • Blue Calf Mountain, at 1,905 metres (6,250 ft)
    • Mount Sentinel, at 1,900 metres (6,200 ft)
    • Mount Piper, at 1,830 metres (6,000 ft)

Sugarloaf Range[edit]

  • Mountains located within the Sugarloaf Range

Tweed Range[edit]

Mount Warning and Clarrie Hall Dam

Warrumbungles[edit]

Siding Spring Observatory on Siding Spring Mountain

Other mountains[edit]

Queensland

South East Queensland[edit]

Mount Coolum
Mount Barney
Mount Lindesay
Mount Beerwah

Central and North Queensland[edit]

Mount Bartle Frere

Darling Downs[edit]

South Australia

Eyre Peninsula[edit]

Flinders Ranges[edit]

  • Flinders Ranges
    • St Mary Peak (Ngarri Mudlanha), at 1,169 metres (3,835 ft)
    • Pompeys Pillar, at 1,168 metres (3,832 ft)
    • Point Bonney, at 1,158 metres (3,799 ft)
    • Beatrice Hill (Wilkalanha), at 1,148 metres (3,766 ft)
    • Mount Aleck (Urdlu-warlpunha), at 1,095 metres (3,593 ft)
    • Mount Hack, at 1,086 metres (3,563 ft)
    • Mount Tilley, at 1,018 metres (3,340 ft)
    • Patawarta Hill, at 1,015 metres (3,330 ft)
    • Mount Boorong
    • Mount Karawarra
    • Harold Hill
    • Beacon Hill, at 1,003 metres (3,291 ft)
    • Rawnsley Bluff, at 950 metres (3,120 ft)
    • Mount Brown, at 970 metres (3,180 ft)
    • Mount Remarkable, at 960 metres (3,150 ft)
    • Mount Caernarvon, at 921 metres (3,022 ft)
    • Mount Hayward, at 865 metres (2,838 ft)
    • Mount Arden, at 844 metres (2,769 ft)[38]
    • The Dutchmans Stern, at 820 metres (2,690 ft)
    • Moockra Tower, at 758 metres (2,487 ft)
    • Devils Peak, at 675 metres (2,215 ft)
    • Wonoka Hill, at 630 metres (2,070 ft)
    • Mount Chambers, at 409 metres (1,342 ft)

Gammon Ranges[edit]

  • Gammon Ranges
    • Benbonyathe Hill, at 1,064 metres (3,491 ft)
    • Mount McKinlay (Wayanha), at 1,050 metres (3,440 ft)
    • Gammon Hill, at 1,012 metres (3,320 ft)
    • Freeling Heights, at 944 metres (3,097 ft)
    • Mount Serle, at 912 metres (2,992 ft)
    • Mount Rowe, at 900 metres (3,000 ft)
    • Mount John Roberts, at 880 metres (2,890 ft)
    • Cleft Peak, at 850 metres (2,790 ft)
    • Mount Painter, at 765 metres (2,510 ft)
    • The Armchair, at 700 metres (2,300 ft)

Gawler Ranges[edit]

Mount Lofty Ranges[edit]

Musgrave Ranges[edit]

  • Musgrave Ranges
    • Mount Woodroffe, at 1,435 metres (4,708 ft) (highest peak in SA)
    • Mount Charles, at 1,332 metres (4,370 ft)
    • Mount Morris, at 1,285 metres (4,216 ft)
    • Mount Whinham, at 1,228 metres (4,029 ft)
    • Mount Berry, at 1,227 metres (4,026 ft)
    • Mount Woodward, at 1,224 metres (4,016 ft)
    • Mount Edwin, at 1,193 metres (3,914 ft)
    • Mount Spec (Kali-Kalinya), at 1,186 metres (3,891 ft)
    • Mount Davenport, at 1,135 metres (3,724 ft)
    • Mount Everard (Uwalinyi), at 1,083 metres (3,553 ft)
    • Mount Kintore, at 1,066 metres (3,497 ft)
    • McNamara Hill (Marnilytjanya), at 1,064 metres (3,491 ft)
    • Mount Hardy, at 1,061 metres (3,481 ft)
    • Mount Davies, at 1,053 metres (3,455 ft)
    • Ayliffe Hill (Altjinytjanya), at 1,041 metres (3,415 ft)
    • Mount Caroline (Ulkiyanya), at 1,039 metres (3,409 ft)
    • Mount Cuthbert (Atarkanya), at 1,030 metres (3,380 ft)
    • Mount Cooparinna, at 1,014 metres (3,327 ft)
    • Dulgunja Hill, at 1,009 metres (3,310 ft)
    • Gosse Pile, at 1,002 metres (3,287 ft)

Tasmania

Order Highest peak Range /
nature reserve
Elevation AHD Image Notes
m ft
1 Mount Ossa Du Cane 1,617 5,305 [25][39]
2 Legges Tor Ben Lomond 1,572 5,157 [40][41][42][43]
3 Giblin Peak Ben Lomond 1,569 5,148 [44][45][46]
4 Mount Pelion West Pelion 1,560 5,118 [47][48][49]
5 Barn Bluff Cradle Cirque -
Bluff Cirque
1,559 5,115 [50][51][52]
6 Cradle Mountain 1,545 5,069 [53][54][55]
7 Markham Heights Ben Lomond 1,542 5,059 [56]
8 Hamilton Crags Ben Lomond 1,540 5,052
9 Smithies Peak 1,527 5,010 [57][58]
Stacks Bluff Ben Lomond 1,527 5,010 [59][60][61]
11 unnamed peak Du Cane 1,520 4,987 [62]
12 Mount Geryon North Du Cane 1,516 4,974 [63]
13 Mount Massif Du Cane 1,514 4,967 [64][65][66]
14 Misery Bluff Ben Lomond 1,510 4,954
15 Mount Geryon South Du Cane 1,509 4,951 [63]
King Davids Peak 1,509 4,951 [67]
17 Ossian’s Throne Ben Lomond 1,498 4,915
Coalmine Crag Ben Lomond 1,498 4,915
19 Mount Gould Du Cane 1,485 4,872 [68][69]
20 Castle Crag Du Cane 1,482 4,862 [70]
Mount Thetis Du Cane 1,482 4,862 [71][72]
22 The Acropolis Du Cane 1,481 4,859 [73][74][75]
23 Mount Hyperion 1,480 4,856
24 Magnet Crag Ben Lomond 1,464 4,803
25 Mount Pelion East Pelion 1,461 4,793 [76]
26 Mount Jerusalem 1,459 4,787 [77][78]
27 Mount Olympus 1,449 4,754 [79]
Cumner Bluff 1,449 4,754
29 Mount Gell 1,447 4,747 [80][81]
30 Solomons Throne 1,446 4,744 [82]
Frenchmans Cap 1,446 4,744 [83][84]
32 Ironstone Mountain Great Western
Tiers
1,443 4,734 [85][86]
33 Eldon Peak Eldon Range 1,440 4,724 [87][88]
34 Mount Field West 1,434 4,705
35 Mersey Crag Ben Lomond 1,432 4,698
36 Walled Mountain 1,431 4,695
37 Mount Anne 1,425 4,675
38 Western Bluff 1,420 4,659
Barrow Mountain 1,420 4,659
40 Mount Rufus 1,416 4,646
41 Macs Mountain 1,413 4,636
42 Mount Emmett 1,410 4,626
43 Fisher Bluff 1,408 4,619
44 Twin Spires 1,406 4,613
Mount Barrow 1,406 4,613 [89]
46 Mount Hugel 1,403 4,603
47 Cathedral Mountain Cathedral 1,387 4,551
48 Mount Achilles 1,363 4,472
49 Mount Ragoona 1,350 4,429
50 Mount Mawson 1,300 4,265
51 Mount Murchison West Coast 1,275 4,183 [90][91]
52 Kunanyi /
Mount Wellington
Wellington 1,269 4,163 [92][93][94]
53 Hartz Peak Hartz 1,255 4,117
Mother Cummings
Peak
1,255 4,117
55 Forty Lake Peak 1,248 4,094
56 Mount Roland 1,234 4,049
57 Quamby Bluff 1,228 4,029
58 Adamsons Peak 1,225 4,019
59 Federation Peak Arthur 1,224 4,016
60 Artillery Knob 1,216 3,990
61 Mount Victoria 1,207 3,960
62 Interview Pinnacle 1,200 3,937
63 Mount Geikie Tyndall 1,191 3,907 [95][96]
64 Mount Arthur 1,188 3,898 [97]
65 Mount Tyndall Tyndall 1,179 3,868
66 Mount Jukes West Coast 1,168 3,832 [98]
67 Mount Sedgwick West Coast 1,147 3,763 [99]
68 Mount Owen West Coast 1,146 3,760 [100]
69 Mount Sorell West Coast 1,144 3,753 [101]
70 Mount Dundas West Coast 1,143 3,750 [102]
71 Mount Read West Coast 1,123 3,684 [103]
72 Proprietary Peak West Coast 1,103 3,619
73 Pyramid Peak West Coast 1,080 3,543 [104][105]
unnamed peak Sticht 1,080 3,543 [104][105]
75 West Jukes Peak West Coast 1,062 3,484
76 Mount Darwin West Coast 1,033 3,389
77 South Jukes Peak West Coast 1,014 3,327
78 Mount Hamilton West Coast 1,005 3,297 [106][107]
79 Mount Black West Coast 950 3,117
80 Victoria Peak West Coast 949 3,114 [105][108]
81 Mount Huxley West Coast 926 3,038 [99]
82 Mount Lyell West Coast 917 3,009
83 Mount Strahan West Coast 855 2,805 [99]
84 Mount Julia West Coast 843 2,766 [105][109]
85 South Darwin Peak West Coast 780 2,559 [105][110]
86 Mount Selina West Coast 760 2,493 [105][111]
87 Mount Munro Furneaux 715 2,346
88 Mount Farrell West Coast 711 2,333 [105][112]
89 Mount Hamilton Macquarie Island 433 1,421
- Mount Bischoff
- Mount Pleasant

Victoria

Victorian Alps[edit]

looking to the summit of Mount Bogong, in winter.
Ascending to the summit of Mount Feathertop, in winter.
Mount Buller ridge in summer.
Mount Tambo, in summer.
  • Mountains located within the Victorian Alps
    • Mount Bogong (1,986 m or 6,516 ft)[113] (Highest mountain in the state)
    • Mount Feathertop (1,922 m or 6,306 ft)[114] (Second highest mountain in the state)
    • Bogong High Plains
      • Mount Nelse West (1,893 m or 6,211 ft)
      • Mount Loch (1,887 m or 6,191 ft)
      • Mount Nelse North (1,884 m or 6,181 ft)
      • Mount Fainter South (1,883 m or 6,178 ft)
      • Mount Nelse (1,882 m or 6,175 ft)
      • Mount Hotham (1,862 m or 6,109 ft)[115]
      • Mount McKay, at 1,849 metres (6,066 ft)[116]
      • Mount Cope (1,837 m or 6,027 ft)
      • Spion Kopje (1,837 m or 6,027 ft)
      • Mount Jim (1,818 m or 5,965 ft)
    • Cobberas Range
      • Mount Cobberas No. 1 (1,833 m or 6,014 ft)
      • Mount Cobberas No. 2
      • Moscow Peak
      • Middle Peak
      • Cleft Peak
    • Buller-Howitt Region
      • Mount Buller (1,805 m or 5,922 ft)
      • Mount Stirling (1,749 m or 5,738 ft)
      • Mount Howitt (1,742 m or 5,715 ft)
      • Mount Magdala (1,725 m or 5,659 ft)
      • The Bluff (1,725 m or 5,659 ft)
      • King Billy No. 1 (1,716 m or 5,630 ft)
      • King Billy No. 2 (1,696 m or 5,564 ft)
      • Mount Clear (1,695 m or 5,561 ft)
      • Mount Speculation (1,666 m or 5,466 ft)
      • Mount Cobbler (1,628 m or 5,341 ft)
      • Mount McDonald (1,620 m or 5,315 ft)
      • Mount Buggery (Alpine Shire) (1,583–1,598 m or 5,194–5,243 ft)[117][118]
      • Mount Koonika (1,594 m or 5,230 ft)
      • The Viking (1,519 m or 4,984 ft)
      • Mount Despair (1,460 m or 4,790 ft)
      • Eagles Peaks (1,446 m or 4,744 ft)
    • Moroka-Tarli Karng Region
      • Mount Reynard (1,705 m or 5,594 ft)
      • Mount Wellington (1,634 m or 5,361 ft)
      • Mount Tamboritha (1,509 m or 4,951 ft)
      • Long Hill (1,290 m or 4,232 ft)
      • Mount Ligar (The Crinoline) (1,165 m or 3,822 ft)
    • Cathedral Range
      • The Green Hill

(1,241 m or 4,072 ft)

Mount William, looking east towards Ararat.
Mount Alexander, in summer.
Hanging Rock, in summer.
Corhanwarrabul, in winter.
Mount Napier, in summer.
Mount Elephant, in spring.

Grampians[edit]

  • Mountains located within the Grampians
    • Mount William (1,167 m or 3,829 ft)
    • Durd-Durd (1,167 m or 3,829 ft)
    • Red Man Bluff (1,017 m or 3,337 ft)
    • Mount Rosea (1,006 m or 3,301 ft)
    • Mount Thackeray (979 m or 3,212 ft)
    • The Fortress (875 m or 2,871 ft)
    • Mount Abrupt (827 m or 2,713 ft)
    • Mount Difficult (806 m or 2,644 ft)
    • Sundial Peak (802 m or 2,631 ft)
    • Briggs Bluff (420 m or 1,378 ft)

[122]

Ballarat and surrounding Highlands

Other Victorian mountains[edit]

Western Australia

Northern Territory

Order Highest peak Range /
nature reserve
Elevation AHD Image Notes
m ft
1 Mount Zeil MacDonnell Ranges 1,531 5,023 [123]
2 Mount Giles 1,389 4,557
3 Mount Sonder 1,380 4,530 [124]
4 Mount Liebig 1,274 4,180 [125]
5 Mount Palmer Hart Range 1,117 3,665 [126]
6 Kata Tjuta/Mount Olga Uluṟu-Kata Tjuṯa National Park 1,066 3,497 [127]
7 Uluru 863 2,831 [128]
8 Mount Conner 859 2,818 [129]
9 Central Mount Stuart Georgina Basin 846 2,776 [130]
10 Chambers Pillar Chambers Pillar Historical Reserve
11 Mount Hermannsburg

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