List of mountains in Australia

List of mountains in Australia
See also: List of mountains: Australia.

This is a list of mountains in Australia. These are some of the highest mountains in Australia


Highest point in each State/Territory

Looking east back down the chimney on Mount Ossa towards Pelion East, in Tasmania.
States and Territories of Australia[1]
Flag State/Territory name Highest point Altitude (metres) Notes
Ashmore and Cartier Islands
Australia Australian Antarctic Territory Mount McClintock 3,490 [2]
Australian Capital Territory Australian Capital Territory Bimberi Peak 1,912
Christmas Island Christmas Island Murray Hill 361 [3]
Cocos (Keeling) Islands Cocos (Keeling) Islands
Coral Sea Islands Heralds-Beacon Islet, Mellish Reef 1.5 [4]
Heard Island and McDonald Islands Mawson Peak 2,745 the summit of the Big Ben massif
Jervis Bay Territory Cape St George, Booderee National Park
New South Wales New South Wales Mount Kosciuszko 2,228
Norfolk Island Norfolk Island Mount Bates 319
Northern Territory Northern Territory Mount Zeil 1,531
Queensland Queensland Mount Bartle Frere 1,622
South Australia South Australia Mount Woodroffe 1,435
Tasmania Tasmania Mount Ossa 1,614
Victoria (Australia) Victoria Mount Bogong 1,986
Western Australia Western Australia Mount Meharry 1,253

Australian Capital Territory

New South Wales

  • Barrington Tops
    • Brumlow Top (1586m)
    • Mount Barrington
    • Careys Peak


South East Queensland

  • Teviot Range
    • Flinders Peak
  • Lamington Plateau
    • Mount Bithongabel
    • Mount Cominan
    • Mount Hobwee (1,175m)
    • Mount Merino
    • Mount Wanungara
    • Mount Roberts (Queensland)
    • Throakoban
    • Mount Toolona
    • Mount Westray
    • Lost World
  • Glass House Mountains
    • Mount Beerburrum, 276 m
    • Mount Beerwah, 555 m
    • Mount Coochin, 235 m
    • Mount Coonowrin or Crookneck, 377 m
    • Mount Elimbah, 129 m
    • Mount Miketeebumulgrai, 199 m
    • Mount Ngungun, 253 m
    • Round Mountain
    • Mount Tibberoowuccum, 220 m
    • Mount Tibrogargan, 364 m
    • Mount Tunbubudla or the Twins, 312 and 293 m
    • Wild Horse Mountain, 123 m
  • Northern Tablelands
    • Mount Norman
    • First Pyramid
    • Second Pyramid
    • Bald Rock
    • South Bald Rock

Central and North Queensland

  • Lamb Range
    • Lambs Head (Kahlpahlim Rock)
  • Basilisk Range
    • Mount Tyson
    • Mount Mackay
  • Cardwell Range

South Australia

  • Flinders Ranges
    • St Mary Peak (Ngarri Mudlanha) (1,189 m)
    • Pompeys Pillar (1,168 m)
    • Point Bonney (1,158 m)
    • Beatrice Hill (Wilkalanha) (1,148m)
    • Mount Aleck (Urdlu-warlpunha) (1,095 m)
    • Mount Hack (1,086 m)
    • Mount Tilley (1,018 m)
    • Patawarta Hill (1,015 m)
    • Mount Boorong
    • Mount Karawarra
    • Harold Hill
    • Beacon Hill (1,003m)
    • Rawnsley Bluff (950 m)
    • Mount Brown (970 m)
    • Mount Remarkable (960 m)
    • Mount Caernarvon (921 m)
    • Mount Hayward (865 m)
    • Dutchmans Stern (820 m)
    • Moockra Tower (758 m)
    • Devils Peak (675 m)
    • Wonoka Hill (630 m)
    • Mount Chambers (409 m)
  • Gammon Ranges and Arkaroola
    • Benbonyathe Hill (1,064 m)
    • Mount McKinlay (Wayanha) (1,050 m)
    • Gammon Hill (1,012 m)
    • Freeling Heights (944 m)
    • Mount Serle (912 m)
    • Mount Rowe (900 m)
    • Mount John Roberts (880 m)
    • Cleft Peak (850m)
    • Mount Painter (765 m)
    • The Armchair (700 m)
  • Musgrave Ranges
    • Mount Woodroffe (Ngarutjaranya) (1,435m)
    • Mount Charles (1,332m)
    • Mount Morris (1,285m)
    • Mount Whinham (1,228m)
    • Mount Berry, South Australia (1,227m)
    • Mount Woodward (1,224m)
    • Mount Edwin (1,193m)
    • Mount Spec (Kali-Kalinya) (1,186m)
    • Mount Davenport (1,135m)
    • Mount Everard (Uwalinyi) (1,083m)
    • Mount Kintore (1,066m)
    • McNamara Hill (Marnilytjanya) (1,064m)
    • Mount Hardy (1,061m)
    • Mount Davies (1,053m)
    • Ayliffe Hill (Altjinytjanya) (1,041m)
    • Mount Caroline (Ulkiyanya) (1,039m)
    • Mount Cuthbert (Atarkanya) (1,030m)
    • Mount Cooparinna (1,014m)
    • Dulgunja Hill (1,009m)
    • Gosse Pile (1,002m)



  • Grampians
    • Mount Difficult
    • Mount Wilson
    • Mount William (1,167m)
    • Mount Zero

Western Australia

  • King Leopold Range

Northern Territory


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