What is The National Mountain of Australia?

What is The National Mountain of Australia?

Australia is the sixth largest country in the world by land mass with an area of 2.9 million square miles. It has a population of 24.3 million people spread out between the mainland, the island of Tasmania and several other smaller islands. Tallest Mountains In Australia:

1. Mount Kosciuszko- Mount Kosciuszko is part of the Main Range of the Snowy Mountains in New South Wales, Australia. It is the country’s tallest mountain with a height of 7,310 feet.

2. Mount Townsend- It is the second highest mountain in Australia’s Mainland with a height of 7,247 feet, only 2.3 miles less than the highest mountain, Kosciuszko.

3. Mount Twynam- It is the third highest mountain in Australia’s mainland with an elevation of 7,201 feet. It is located five miles north-east of Mount Kosciuszko.

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