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Top 5 highest mountains in Australia

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Australia may not have contenders for the highest mountains in the World, but some of them provide amazing views of the world.

Here are top 5 highest mountains in Australia;

    5. Unnamed peak on Etheridge Ridge: 2,180 meters (7,152 feets)

This mountain isn’t officially named, it is located on Etheridge Ridge in the snowy mountains. Hiking this mountain provides breathtaking views of the surrounding mountains and valleys. 

    4. Rams Head: 2,190 meters (7,185 feets)

Rams Head is the mountain located in the Kosciuszko National Park. It is a popular destination for the hikers and nature lovers. 

    3. Mount Twynam: 2,195 meters (7,201 feets)

Mount Twynam is situated in the Snowy Mountains of New South Wales. It offers hiking opportunities for those seeking to immerse themselves the beauty of the Snowy Mountains 

    2. Mount Townsend: 2,209 meters (7,247 feet)

Mount Townsend is located in the Snowy Mountains. This is the second highest mountain in Australia. Hiking this mountain requires a moderate level of fitness and offers the opportunity to explore the rugged beauty os of the Snowy Mountains. 

    1. Mount Kosciuszko: 2,228 meters (7,310 feet)

Mount Kosciuszko is the highest mountain in Australia. It is located in the Snowy Mountains of New South Wales, it is part of Kosciuszko National Park. It’s a good destination for the hikers as it has well maintained walking track to the summit. The view from Mount Kosciuszko showcase the beauty of the Australian alpine region.

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