List of mountains in Australia

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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[edit]

List of mountains in Australia by topographic prominence[edit]

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.

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Australian Capital Territory[edit]

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 :

New South Wales[edit]

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.

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]

Lord Howe Island[edit]

Mount Lidgbird on Lord Howe Island

McPherson Range[edit]

Moonbi Range[edit]

Nandewar Range[edit]

Grattai Mountain in the Nandewar Range.

New England Tableland[edit]

The view from Point Lookout.

Nightcap Range[edit]

Snowy Mountains[edit]

Mount Kosciuszko.
Carruthers Peak on the Main Range.
The view from Mount Tate, looking towards Guthega.

Sugarloaf Range[edit]

Tweed Range[edit]

Mount Warning and Clarrie Hall Dam

Warrumbungles[edit]

Siding Spring Observatory on Siding Spring Mountain

Other mountains[edit]

Queensland[edit]

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[edit]

Eyre Peninsula[edit]

Flinders Ranges[edit]

Gammon Ranges[edit]

Gawler Ranges[edit]

Mount Lofty Ranges[edit]

Musgrave Ranges[edit]

Tasmania[edit]

Victoria[edit]

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]

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Ballarat and surrounding Highlands

Other Victorian mountains[edit]

Western Australia[edit]

Northern Territory[edit]

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