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List of mountains in Australia

Highest points by state and territoryEdit

List of mountains in Australia by topographic prominenceEdit

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.

  Peak Absolute
height (m)
Topographic
prominence
(m)
Prominence parent State Location
1 Mount Kosciuszko 2228 2228 none — HP Australia NSW HP New South Wales, Snowy Mountains
Mount Hotham 1862 242 VIC Victorian Alps
Mount Feathertop 1922 562 VIC Victorian Alps
2 Mount Ossa 1617 1617 none — HP Tasmania TAS HP Tasmania, Central Highlands
3 Mount Bartle Frere 1622 1327 Mount Kosciuszko QLD HP Queensland, Bellenden Ker Range, Cairns
4 Mount Zeil 1531 1322 Mount Bartle Frere NT HP Northern Territory, MacDonnell Ranges
5 Legges Tor 1574 1297 Mount Ossa TAS Ben Lomond Range
6 Bellenden Ker 1590 1240 Mount Bartle Frere QLD Bellenden Ker Range
7 Mount Bogong 1986 1233 Mount Kosciuszko VIC HP Victoria, Victorian Alps
8 Mount Elliot 1235 1187 Mount Bartle Frere QLD Bowling Green Bay National Park, Townsville
9 Mount Bowen 1121 1121 none — HP Hinchinbrook Island QLD Hinchinbrook Island
10 Brumlow Top 1600 1112 Mount Kosciuszko NSW Barrington Tops
11 Thornton Peak 1351 1089 Mount Bartle Frere QLD Daintree
12 Mount Picton 1327 1024 Mount Ossa TAS Southwest National Park
13 St Mary Peak 1168 1024 Mount Bogong SA Flinders Ranges
14 Mount William 1270 1008 Mount Bartle Frere QLD Clarke Range, Mackay
15 Bell Peak North 1026 1008 Bellenden Ker QLD Grey Peaks National Park, Cairns
16 Mount Carbine Tableland 1383 1000 Bellenden Ker QLD Daintree
17 Mount Field West 1434 980 Mount Ossa TAS Mount Field National Park
18 Frenchmans Cap 1445 962 Mount Ossa TAS Franklin-Gordon Wild Rivers National Park
19 Mount Anne 1425 960 Mount Ossa TAS Southwest National Park
20 Mount Warning 1155 948 Brumlow Top NSW Tweed Range
21 Mount Woodroffe 1435 945 Mount Zeil SA HP South Australia, Musgrave Ranges
22 Snowy South 1393 923 Mount Anne TAS Snowy Range
23 Mount Jukes 1168 911 Frenchmans Cap TAS West Coast Range
24 Consuelo Tableland 1251 906 Mount William QLD Carnarvon National Park
25 Mount William 1167 892 Mount Bogong VIC Grampians National Park
26 Mount Finnigan 1148 870 Thornton Peak QLD Far North Queensland
27 Mount Abbot 1056 870 Mount Elliot QLD Bowen
28 Mount Kaputar 1509 859 Brumlow Top NSW Nandewar Range
29 Bluff Knoll 1099 854 Mount Woodroffe WA Stirling Range
30 Mount Buller 1805 844 Mount Bogong VIC Victorian Alps
31 Hartz Peak 1254 838 Mount Picton TAS Hartz Mountains
32 Mount Meharry 1250 835 Mount Woodroffe WA HP Western Australia
33 Mount Superbus 1381 821 Brumlow Top QLD South East Queensland
34 Mount Bithongabel 1200 819 Brumlow Top QLD/NSW Macpherson Range, Lamington National Park
35 HP Blue Mountains 1058 809 Mount William QLD Isaac Region, nr Mackay
36 Mount Weld 1344 805 Snowy South TAS Southwest National Park
37 Mount Barrow 1414 796 Legges Tor TAS Tasmanian Northern Slopes, nr Launceston
38 Propsting Range 875 795 Mount Anne TAS Southwest National Park
39 Mount Dryander 820 793 Mount William QLD Whitsunday Region
40 Federation Peak 1224 785 Mount Picton TAS Southwest National Park, Arthur Range
41 HP Normanby Range 805 777 HP Blue Mountains QLD Shoalwater Bay
42 Mount Owen 1146 774 Mount Jukes TAS West Coast Range, nr Queenstown
43 Clear Hill 1198 768 Mount Field West TAS Lake Gordon
44 Strzelecki Peaks 764 764 none - HP Flinders Island TAS Strzelecki National Park, Flinders Island
45 Frankland Peak 1060 749 Mount Anne TAS Southwest National Park, Frankland Range
46 Round Mountain 1586 746 Brumlow Top NSW New England, Northern Tablelands
47 Mount Latrobe 755 741 Mount Buller VIC Wilsons Promontory, Gippsland
48 Mount Barney 1354 733 Mount Superbus QLD Scenic Rim, South East Queensland
49 St Pauls Dome 1030 728 Legges Tor TAS Fingal Valley, South Esk River
50 Mount Buffalo 1723 722 Mount Bogong VIC Victorian Alps
51 Mount Bindo 1352 NSW topo Hampton City of Lithgow
52 Mount Trickett 1362 NSW topo Edith Oberon Shire

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Australian Capital TerritoryEdit

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   [9]
2 Mount Gingera 1,857 6,093 The most prominent snow-covered peak to be seen from Canberra in winter.[10]
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   [11]
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 [12]
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 WalesEdit

Barrington TopsEdit

 
Mount Allyn in the background, viewed from Mount Cabrebald.

Blue MountainsEdit

 
Mount Banks on the Explorer's Range in the Blue Mountains.

Budawang RangeEdit

Gibraltar RangeEdit

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

Great Dividing RangeEdit

Central TablelandsEdit

 
Mount Canobolas as viewed from the Pinnacles, near Orange.

Mid North Coast regionEdit

Monaro regionEdit

Illawarra escarpmentEdit

  • 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 RangeEdit

Lord Howe IslandEdit

McPherson RangeEdit

Moonbi RangeEdit

Nandewar RangeEdit

New England TablelandEdit

 
The view from Point Lookout.

Nightcap RangeEdit

Snowy MountainsEdit

 
The view from Mount Tate, looking towards Guthega.

Sugarloaf RangeEdit

Tweed RangeEdit

WarrumbunglesEdit

 
Siding Spring Observatory on Siding Spring Mountain

Other mountainsEdit

  • Mountains located within New South Wales, but not within a specific mountain range

QueenslandEdit

South East QueenslandEdit

Central and North QueenslandEdit

Darling DownsEdit

South AustraliaEdit

Eyre PeninsulaEdit

Flinders RangesEdit

Gammon RangesEdit

Gawler RangesEdit

Mount Lofty RangesEdit

Musgrave RangesEdit

TasmaniaEdit

Order Highest peak Range /
nature reserve
Elevation AHD Image Notes
m ft
1 Mount Ossa Du Cane 1,617 5,305   [21][34]
2 Legges Tor Ben Lomond 1,572 5,157   [35][36][37][38]
3 Giblin Peak Ben Lomond 1,569 5,148 [39][40][41]
4 Mount Pelion West Pelion 1,560 5,118   [42][43][44]
5 Barn Bluff Cradle Cirque -
Bluff Cirque
1,559 5,115   [45][46][47]
6 Cradle Mountain 1,545 5,069   [48][49][50]
7 Markham Heights Ben Lomond 1,542 5,059 [51]
8 Hamilton Crags Ben Lomond 1,540 5,052
9 Smithies Peak 1,527 5,010 [52][53]
Stacks Bluff Ben Lomond 1,527 5,010   [54][55][56]
11 unnamed peak Du Cane 1,520 4,987   [57]
12 Mount Geryon North Du Cane 1,516 4,974   [58]
13 Mount Massif Du Cane 1,514 4,967 [59][60][61]
14 Misery Bluff Ben Lomond 1,510 4,954
15 Mount Geryon South Du Cane 1,509 4,951 [58]
King Davids Peak 1,509 4,951 [62]
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   [63][64]
20 Castle Crag Du Cane 1,482 4,862   [65]
Mount Thetis Du Cane 1,482 4,862 [66][67]
22 The Acropolis Du Cane 1,481 4,859   [68][69][70]
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   [71]
26 Mount Jerusalem 1,459 4,787 [72][73]
27 Mount Olympus 1,449 4,754 [74]
Cumner Bluff 1,449 4,754
29 Mount Gell 1,447 4,747 [75][76]
30 Solomons Throne 1,446 4,744 [77]
Frenchmans Cap 1,446 4,744   [78][79]
32 Ironstone Mountain Great Western
Tiers
1,443 4,734   [80][81]
33 Eldon Peak Eldon Range 1,440 4,724 [82][83]
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   [84]
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 [85][86]
52 Kunanyi /
Mount Wellington
Wellington 1,269 4,163   [87][88][89]
53 Hartz Peak Hartz 1,255 4,117  
Mother Cummings
Peak
1,255 4,117  
55 Mount Roland 1,234 4,049  
56 Quamby Bluff 1,228 4,029  
57 Adamsons Peak 1,225 4,019
58 Federation Peak Arthur 1,224 4,016  
59 Artillery Knob 1,216 3,990
60 Mount Victoria 1,207 3,960
61 Interview Pinnacle 1,200 3,937
62 Mount Geikie Tyndall 1,191 3,907 [90][91]
63 Mount Arthur 1,188 3,898   [92]
64 Mount Tyndall Tyndall 1,179 3,868
65 Mount Jukes West Coast 1,168 3,832   [93]
66 Mount Sedgwick West Coast 1,147 3,763   [94]
67 Mount Owen West Coast 1,146 3,760   [95]
68 Mount Sorell West Coast 1,144 3,753 [96]
69 Mount Dundas West Coast 1,143 3,750 [97]
70 Mount Read West Coast 1,123 3,684 [98]
71 Proprietary Peak West Coast 1,103 3,619
72 Pyramid Peak West Coast 1,080 3,543 [99][100]
unnamed peak Sticht 1,080 3,543 [99][100]
74 West Jukes Peak West Coast 1,062 3,484
75 Mount Darwin West Coast 1,033 3,389
76 South Jukes Peak West Coast 1,014 3,327
77 Mount Hamilton West Coast 1,005 3,297 [101][102]
78 Mount Black West Coast 950 3,117
79 Victoria Peak West Coast 949 3,114 [100][103]
80 Mount Huxley West Coast 926 3,038   [94]
81 Mount Lyell West Coast 917 3,009  
82 Mount Strahan West Coast 855 2,805 [94]
83 Mount Julia West Coast 843 2,766 [100][104]
84 South Darwin Peak West Coast 780 2,559 [100][105]
85 Mount Selina West Coast 760 2,493 [100][106]
86 Mount Munro Furneaux 715 2,346
87 Mount Farrell West Coast 711 2,333 [100][107]
88 Mount Hamilton Macquarie Island 433 1,421
- Mount Bischoff  
- Mount Pleasant

VictoriaEdit

Victorian AlpsEdit

 
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)[108] (Highest mountain in the state)
    • Mount Feathertop (1,922 m or 6,306 ft)[109] (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)[110]
      • Mount McKay, at 1,849 metres (6,066 ft)[111]
      • 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)[112][113]
      • 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
      • Green Hill
      • Sugarloaf Peak (923 m or 3,028 ft)
      • Cathedral Peak (845 m or 2,772 ft)
    • Mount Wills (1,755 m or 5,758 ft)
    • The Horn at Mount Buffalo (1,723 m or 5,653 ft)
    • Mount Gibbo (1,750 m or 5,741 ft)
    • The Hump at Mount Buffalo (1,695 m or 5,561 ft)
    • Mount Baw Baw (1,567 m or 5,141 ft)
    • Mount Torbreck (1,516 m or 4,974 ft)
    • Mount St Gwinear (1,509 m or 4,951 ft)
    • Mount Benambra (1,480 m or 4,856 ft)
    • Lake Mountain (1,433 m or 4,701 ft)
    • Mount Selma (1,456 m or 4,777 ft)
    • Mount Useful (1,435 m or 4,708 ft)
    • Mount Tambo (1,430 m or 4,692 ft)
      • Little Mount Tambo (1,277 m or 4,190 ft)
    • Mount Selwyn (1,411 m or 4,629 ft)[114]
    • Mount Matlock (1,377 m or 4,518 ft)
    • Mount Terrible (1,325 m or 4,347 ft)
    • Mount Donna Buang (1,250 m or 4,101 ft)[115]
    • Mount Buggery (Wangaratta) (1,153 m or 3,783 ft)[116]
    • Pine Mountain (1,062 m or 3,484 ft)
    • Mount Dom Dom (740 m or 2,428 ft)
    • Brumby Point
 
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.

GrampiansEdit

[117]

Other Victorian mountainsEdit

Western AustraliaEdit

Northern TerritoryEdit

Order Highest peak Range /
nature reserve
Elevation AHD Image Notes
m ft
1 Mount Zeil MacDonnell Ranges 1,531 5,023   [118]
2 Mount Giles 1,389 4,557  
3 Mount Sonder 1,380 4,530   [119]
4 Mount Liebig 1,274 4,180   [120]
5 Mount Gillen
6 Kata Tjuta/Mount Olga Uluṟu-Kata Tjuṯa National Park 1,066 3,497   [121]
7 Uluru 863 2,831   [122]
8 Mount Conner 859 2,818   [123]
9 Central Mount Stuart Georgina Basin 846 2,776   [124]
10 Chambers Pillar Chambers Pillar Historical Reserve  
11 Mount Hermannsburg

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