Great Dividing Range
|Map of Great Dividing Range|
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|Other Ranges: To go to pages for other ranges either click on the map above, or on range names in the hierarchy snapshot below, which show the parent, siblings, and children of the Great Dividing Range.|
|Australia-Oceania||Level 1 (Parent)|
|         New Guinea||Level 2 (Sibling)|
|         Lesser Australian Ranges||Level 2 (Sibling)|
|         Great Dividing Range||Level 2|
|                 Cape York Ranges||Level 3 (Child)|
|                 South Queensland Great Dividing Range||Level 3 (Child)|
|                 North N.S.W. Great Dividing Range||Level 3 (Child)|
|                 South N.S.W. Great Dividing Range||Level 3 (Child)|
|                 Victoria Alps||Level 3 (Child)|
|         New Zealand||Level 2 (Sibling)|
|         Micronesia||Level 2 (Sibling)|
|         Melanesia||Level 2 (Sibling)|
|         Polynesia||Level 2 (Sibling)|
Major Peaks of the Great Dividing Range
Photos of Peaks in the Great Dividing Range
Mount Kosciusko's gentle, grassy summit dome (1993-10-17).
Mount Townsend, here seen from Mount Kosciusko, is the second highest peak in Australia but is arguably a more interesting and dominant peak (1993-10-17).
The summit of Mount Bogong is marked by a giant beehive-shaped cairn--when one is there in an icy white-out, that is all you get in your picture (1993-10-20).
The broad dome of Bimberi Peak, above the fields and forests near the Oldfields Hut (1993-10-18).
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