Mount Kosciuszko is the highest summit on the Australian mainland. It is part of some Seven Summits-lists, when considered as the highest peak of the Australian continent. Until the 1970s there was a road ending just a few meters below the summit. Nowadays a hike gets you to the top of the mountain. The first known ascent of Mount Kosciuszko was made in 1840.
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Elevation: 2228 m
Country and region: Australia, New South Wales
Mountain range: Snowy Mountains
Prominence: 2228 m
Orometric dominance: 100
Coordinates: -36.456076, 148.263399