Australian Mountains

It may be a flat continent but there are still many Australian mountains.

Australia may be the flattest continent in the world, but it does not mean we have no mountains!


We have plenty of them :-)

Winter Sunset with Mist from Mt. Carruthers, Kosciuszko National Park, New South Wales, Australia
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Australian Mountains - Queensland
In Queensland only, there are plenty, and they are not the highest ones. In the south east of the state there are Mount Asplenium, Mount Huntley, Mount Mitchell, Mount Cordeaux, Mount Bithongabel, Mount Cominan, Mount Hobwee, Mount Merino, Mount Wanungara, Mount Roberts, Mount Toolona, Mount Westray, Mount Kiangarow, Mount Mowbullan, Mount Beerburrum, Mount Beerwah, Mount Coochin, Mount Coonowrin, Mount Elimbah, Mount Miketeebumulgrai, Mount Ngungun, Mount Tibberoowuccum, Mount Tibrogargan, Black Mountain, Camp Mountain, Cooroy Mountain, Mount Coolum, Mount Cooroora, Mount Cotton, Mount Crosby, Mount Gravatt, Mount Ninderry, Mount Petrie, Mount Stapylton, Tamborine Mountain, Mount Nebo, Mount Glorious, Mount Pleasant, Mount Mee, Mount Coot-tha, Mount French, Mount Edwards, Mount Greville, Mount Moon, Mount Barney, Mount Lindesay, Mount Ernest, Mount May, Mount Ballow, Mount Maroon, Springbrook Mountain, Mount Superbus, Mount Roberts, Lizard Point, Mount Steamer, Mount Tunbubudla, Wild Horse Mountain and Mount Norman.

In the central, and north Queensland, there are Mount Myrtle, Mount Pieter Botte, Mount Tempest, Mount Wheeler, Mount Warrumbullen, Mount Bartle Frere, Mount Bellenden Ker, Mount Tyson, Mount Archer, Mount Blackwood, Mount Bowen, Mount Cook, Mount Dalrymple, Mount Eliott, Mount Emerald, Mount Inkerman, Mount Jim Crow, Mount Larcom, Mount Mort, Mount Mulligan, and Mount Mackay.

Glasshouse Mountains (Mt. Beerwah, Mt. Coonowrin) at Sunset Sunshine Coast, Queensland, Australia
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Australian Mountains - New South Wales
In New South Wales, the mountains are higher. The state has Australia's highest mountain, Mount Kosciuszko, and the others include Mount Lidgbird, Mount Warning, Mount Townsend, Mount Twynam, Mount Sentinal, Mount Keira, Mount Kembla,      Mount Nebo, Saddleback Mountain, Bushy Mountain, Castle Top Mountain, Gins Mountain, Grattai Mountain, Mount Erskine, Mount Gibson, Mount Bedford, Mount Whaite, Centre Mount, Pearces Mountain, Mount Cookem, Mount Debert, Mount Trickett, Brown Mountain, Mount Canobolas, Mount Banda Banda, Mount Cenn Cruaich, Mount Duval, Mount Hopeless, Mount Gibraltar, Mount Gladstone, Mount Gulaga, Mount Lidgbird, Mount Moombil, Mount Nardi, Mount Oxley, Mount Piddington, Mount Sugarloaf, Mount Tilga, Mount Ulandra, Mount Warning, Mount Dowe, Mount Kaputar, Mount Lindesay, Mount Ningadhun, Mount Yulludunida, Round Mountain, Mount Polblue, Mount Barrington, Mount Royal, Mount Allyn, Mount Cabrebald, Round Mountain, Mount Grundy, Mount Mistake, Mount Cameron, Gospers Mountain, Mount Wirraba, Mount Coricudgy, Mount Coriaday, Mount Monundilla, Mount Pomany, Wedding Cake Mountain, Mount Wilson, Mount Victoria, Mount Solitary, Mount Hall, Pigeon House Mountain and Siding Spring Mountain.

The Three Sisters and Jamison Valley, Blue Mountains, Blue Mountains National Park, Nsw, Australia
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Australian Capital Territory
In the ACT, there are Mount Gingera, Mount Ginini, Mount Franklin, Black Mountain, Mount Majura, Mount Ainslie, Mount Stromlo and Mount Taylor.

Australian Mountains - Victoria
Victoria is one of the most mountainous states, and has the Mount Difficult, Mount Dandenong, Mount Corhanwarrabul, Mount Alexander, Mount Tarrengower, Mount Arapiles, Mount Buninyong, Mount Cooper, Mount Disappointment, Mount Diogenes, Mount Donna Buang, Mount Eccles, Mount Hopeless, Mount Horsfall, Mount Macedon, Mount Matlock, Mount Napier, Mount Noorat, Mount Riddell, Mount Wilson, Mount William, Mount Zero, Mount Baw Baw, Mount Bogong, Mount Buggery, Mount Buller, Mount Buffalo, Mount Dom Dom, Mount Donna Buang, Mount Feathertop,  Mount Gibbo, Mount Hotham, Mount Howitt, Mount Loch, Lake Mountain, Mount McKay, Mount St Gwinear, Mount Selma, Mount Speculation, Mount Stirling, Mount Terrible, Mount Torbreck, Mount Buffalo, Mount Useful, Mount Beckworth, Mount Ritchie, Mount Toorongo and Mount Warrenmang.

Landscape of Snow-Covered Snow Gums, Seen from Mount Buller, Victoria, Australia
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Australian Mountains - Tasmania
Tasmania is also a fairly mountainous state, and has Mount Ossa, Mount Owen, Mount Murchison, Mount Pelion East, Mount Pelion West, Mount Read, Mount Sedgwick, Mount Sorell, Mount Strahan, Mount Thetis, Mount Tyndall, Mount Victoria, Mount Wellington, Mount Pleasant, Mount Darwin, Mount Huxley, Mount Achilles, Mount Anne, Mount Arthur, Mount Barrow, Mount Bischoff, Cradle Mountain, Mount Darwin, Mount Dundas, Mount Field, Mount Geikie, Mount Geryon, Mount Gould, Hartz Mountains, Mount Huxley, Ironstone Mountain, Mount Jukes, Mount Lyell, Mount Massif, Mount Mawson, Mother Cumming, Mount Munro, Mount Jukes, Mount Lyell, Mount Owen, Mount Sedgwick and Mount Strahan.

Winter Dawn on Mt. Anne, South West National Park, Tasmania, Australia
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Australian Mountains - South Australia
South Australia is less mountainous, but still has the Mount Painter, Mount Woodroffe, Mount Charles, Mount Morris, Mount Whinham, Mount Berry, Mount Woodward, Mount Edwin, Mount Spec, Mount Davenport, Mount Everard, Mount Kintore, Mount Hardy, Mount Davies, Mount Caroline, Mount Bryan, Mount Lofty, Mount Bonython, Mount Crawford, Mount Misery, Mount Barker, Mount Wudinna, Mount Aleck, Mount Hack, Mount Tilley, Mount Boorong, Mount Karawarra, Mount Brown, Mount Remarkable, Mount Caernarvon, Mount Hayward, Mount Chambers, Mount McKinlay, Mount Serle, Mount Rowe, Mount John Roberts, Mount Cuthbert and Mount Cooparinna.

Flinders Ranges, Flinders Ranges National Park, South Australia, Australia, Pacific
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Australian Mountains - Western Australia
Western Australia is one of the flattest of all the states in the country, but still has Mount Magog, Mount Trio, Mount Hassell, West Mount Barren, Mount Augustus, Mount Dale, Mount Cook, Mount Meharry, Mount Bruce, Mount Nameless, Mount Lesueur, and East Mount Barren.

Natural Rock Formations of Bungle Bungles and Dirt Road Leading to It, Purnululu NP, Australia
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Australian Mountains - Northern Territory
Northern Territory is also one of the flattest, and still has Mount Giles, Mount Gillen, Mount Sonder, Mount Stuart, Mount Connor, Mount Hermannsburg, Mount Liebig, and Mount Zeil.






















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