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Drys Bluff

Drys Bluff is a mountain in the Great Western Tiers Range in Tasmania. The walk to its summit is listed in The Abels as one of the hardest day walks in Tasmania with an elevation gain of over 1000m from the base of the plateau. Access to the star ...

                                               

Arthurs paragalaxias

Arthurs galaxias is a species of fish in the family Galaxiidae. It is endemic to Tasmania in Australia. It is located in Arthurs lake, Tasmania, lake forest and river lake near the forest, water reservoir in the Central highlands of Tasmania. Thi ...

                                               

Golden galaxias

It is medium to large for a galaxiid, usually growing up to 140 mm, occasionally to 240 mm, in length. It has a thickset body with a long head and slender snout. The upper body and sides are golden-amber in colouring, with dark oval spots. The un ...

                                               

Great Western Tiers

The Great Western Tiers are a collection of mountain bluffs that form the northern edge of the Central Highlands plateau in Tasmania, Australia. The bluffs are contained within the Tasmanian Wilderness World Heritage Site. The bluffs stretch Nort ...

                                               

Gretna, Tasmania

Gretna is a small township in the Derwent Valley of Tasmania, Australia. It was formerly known as Macquarie Plains. Its population is unavailable, as Gretna is statistically located inside Hamilton, Tasmania, and census data for such a gazetted l ...

                                               

Ironstone Mountain

The Ironstone Mountain is a mountain located in the Central Highlands region of Tasmania, Australia. Part of Great Western Tiers escarpment, the mountain is situated south of the small country village of Mole Creek. From the height 1.444 metres 4 ...

                                               

Lake St Clair (Tasmania)

Lake St Clair or leeawulenna is a natural freshwater lake located in the Central Highlands area of Tasmania, Australia. The lake forms the southern end of the Cradle Mountain-Lake St Clair National Park. It has an area of approximately 45 square ...

                                               

Liawenee

Liawenee is a small town in Tasmania, Australia built near Great Lake and the River Ouse, and was established on 11 June 1920. The town is known for its fishing at nearby Great Lake and hosts several fishing events. Liawenee Miena and the surroun ...

                                               

Lyell Highway

The Lyell Highway is a highway in Tasmania, running from Hobart to Queenstown. It is the one of two transport routes that passes through the West Coast Range, the other being the Anthony Road.

                                               

Miena, Tasmania

Miena is a small town at the southern end of the Great Lake in the Central Highlands of Tasmania, Australia. At the 2016 census, Miena and the surrounding area had a population of 87. Accommodation around Miena includes lakeside hotels, self-cont ...

                                               

Mole Creek

Mole Creek is a town in the upper Mersey Valley, in the central north of Tasmania, Australia. Mole Creek is well known for its honey and accounts for about 35 percent of Tasmanias honey production.

                                               

Mount Olympus (Tasmania)

Mount Olympus is a mountain in the Cradle Mountain-Lake St Clair National Park in Tasmania, Australia. It is the 24th highest mountain in Tasmania at 1.472 metres above sea level and is situated about 8 kilometres South-East of Mount Gould and ab ...

                                               

Mount Ossa (Tasmania)

Mount Ossa is the highest mountain in Tasmania with a summit elevation of 1.617 metres above sea level. It makes up part of the Pelion Range within Cradle Mountain-Lake St Clair National Park in the Central Highlands region of Tasmania, Australia ...

                                               

Paragalaxias eleotroides

Paragalaxias eleotroides also known as the is a genus of freshwater fish of the family Galaxiidae, endemic to Tasmania, Australia. Fish only known to occur in the Central highlands of Tasmania and have been identified as vulnerable. There are cur ...

                                               

Mount Pelion East

Mount Pelion East is a mountain located in the Central Highlands region of Tasmania, Australia. The mountain is situated within the Cradle Mountain-Lake St Clair National Park. From the height of 1.461 meters 4.793 feet above sea level, the mount ...

                                               

Mount Pelion West

Mount Pelion West is a mountain located in the Central Highlands region of Tasmania, Australia. The mountain is part of the Pelion Range and is situated within the Cradle Mountain-Lake St Clair National Park at the eastern most boundary of the Mu ...

                                               

Smithies Peak

The Smithies Peak, sometimes incorrectly called Smithies Towers, is a mountain in the Central Highlands region of Tasmania, Australia. The mountain is situated in the Cradle Mountain-Lake St Clair National Park. On 1.527 m 5.010 feet above sea le ...

                                               

Electoral division of Western Tiers

The electoral division of Western Tiers was an electorate of the Tasmanian Legislative Council, the division was abolished in 2017. The seat was created in 2008 after a redistribution saw the former Rowallan renamed after the Great Western Tiers ...

                                               

Avoca River

The Avoca River, an inland intermittent river of the north–central catchment, part of the Murray-Darling basin, is located in the lower Riverina bioregion and Central Highlands and Wimmera regions of the Australian state of Victoria. The headwate ...

                                               

Bogong High Plains

The Bogong High Plains, part of the Victorian Alps of the Great Dividing Range, are a section of plains located in the Alpine National Park in the Australian state of Victoria and are situated south of Mount Bogong. In winter the area is one of t ...

                                               

Campaspe River

The Campaspe River, an inland intermittent river of the north–central catchment, part of the Murray-Darling basin, is located in the lower Riverina bioregion and Central Highlands and Wimmera regions of the Australian state of Victoria. The headw ...

                                               

Coliban River

The Coliban River, an inland perennial river of the north–central catchment, part of the Murray-Darling basin, is located in the lower Riverina bioregion and Central Highlands region of the Australian state of Victoria. The headwaters of the Coli ...

                                               

Disappointment Reference Area

Disappointment Reference Area is a scientific reference area within the Wallaby Creek section of Kinglake National Park. It is located in the Central Highlands of the Victoria, Australia, 50 kilometres northeast of Melbourne. Disappointment refer ...

                                               

Mount Hotham

Mount Hotham is a mountain in the Victorian Alps of the Great Dividing Range, located in the Australian state of Victoria. The mountain is located approximately 357 kilometres north east of Melbourne, 746 kilometres from Sydney, and 997 kilometre ...

                                               

Little Coliban River

The Little Coliban River, a minor inland perennial river of the north–central catchment, part of the Murray-Darling basin, is located in the lower Riverina bioregion and Central Highlands region of the Australian state of Victoria. The headwaters ...

                                               

Loddon River

The Loddon River, an inland river of the north–central catchment, part of the Murray-Darling basin, is located in the lower Riverina bioregion and Central Highlands and Loddon Mallee regions of the Australian state of Victoria. The headwaters of ...

                                               

Mount Bogong

Mount Bogong, located in the Alpine National Park and part of the Victorian Alps of the Great Dividing Range, is the highest mountain in Victoria, Australia, at 1.986 metres above sea level. Big river separates the massif of the mountain high pla ...

                                               

Mount Fainter South

Mount Fainter South is a mountain in the Victorian Alps of the Great Dividing Range, located in the Australian state of Victoria. The summit is at 1.883 metres AHD and is located in the Alpine National Park.

                                               

Mount Feathertop

Mount Feathertop is the second-highest mountain in the Australian state of Victoria and is a member of the Australian Alps located entirely within the Alpine National Park. It rises to 1.922 metres and is usually covered in snow from June to Sept ...

                                               

Mount Loch

Mount Loch is a mountain in the Victorian Alps of the Great Dividing Range, located in the Australian state of Victoria. The summit of Mount Loch is at 1.887 metres AHD and it is the fourth highest mountain in the state.

                                               

Mount McKay (Australia)

Mount McKay is a mountain in the Australian Alps region of Australias Great Dividing Range. Skiing is possible during the winter. Nearby is the Falls Creek Alpine Village.

                                               

Victorian Alps

The Victorian Alps, an extensive mountain range that forms the southern part of the Australian Alps located in the Australian state of Victoria, are part of the Great Dividing Range, an Interim Biogeographic Regionalisation for Australia sub-bior ...

                                               

Krong Poko River (Vietnam)

The Krong Poko flows south from the Central Highlands before merging with the Dak Bla river to form the Tonle San, also known as the Sesan River, at the town of Trung Nghai. These waters flow into Cambodia, the Mekong and then the Mekong Delta. L ...

                                               

Ahlsburg

The Ahlsburg is a range of bunter sandstone hills, relatively small in area and up to 411.4 m above sea level, in the southern part of Lower Saxony, Germany. It lies within the Solling foreland and is part of the Weser-Leine Uplands.

                                               

Ahr Hills

The Ahr Hills are a range of low mountains and hills up to 623.8 m above sea level and 25 kilometres long in the Eifel region of Germany, which lie roughly southwest of Bonn on the border between the German states of North Rhine-Westphalia and Rh ...

                                               

Amtsberge

The densely wooded ridge of the Amtsberge is located on the boundary between the districts of Northeim which is home to the larger part of the Amtsberge and Holzminden which contains the northwestern portion of the Amtsberge and also on the bound ...

                                               

Arnsberg Forest Nature Park

The Arnsberg Forest Nature Park is a nature park in the districts of Hochsauerlandkreis and Soest within the administrictive region of Arnsberg in the German state of North Rhine-Westphalia. The park was established in 1960 and covers an area of ...

                                               

Barnacken

The Barnacken is located about 3 km as the crow flies southwest of Horn, part of the town of Horn-Bad Meinberg, and northwest of the Silberbach stream, which runs in a valley in a southwest to northeast direction through Veldrom to Leopoldstal, a ...

                                               

Bingen Forest

The Bingen Forest is part of the Hunsruck, a low mountain range in the Central Uplands of Germany. It is up to 638.6 m above sea level and is located in the state of Rhineland-Palatinate.

                                               

Bramwald

The Bramwald is a range of hills up to 408.1 m above sea level in the Weser Uplands in Lower Saxony. It is a unique, natural, wild, hill and forest landscape. This is particularly so in the north around the Totenberg.

                                               

Brilon Plateau

The Brilon Plateau is a highland area in the county of Hochsauerlandkreis in the German state of North Rhine-Westphalia. It is surrounded by the Brilon Heights, whose mountains reach a height of 670.2 m above sea level.

                                               

Buckeberg

The Buckeberg is a small hill range, up to 375 metres high, in the Calenberg Uplands between the Harrl and the Deister in central Germany, and is often considered part of the Weser Uplands. It lies in the district of Schaumburg, and stretches for ...

                                               

Calenberg Uplands

The Calenberg Uplands are a landscape unit in the Weser-Leine Uplands in Lower Saxony, Germany. They border on the Calenberg Land to the north and merge into the Weser Uplands in the west and the Leine Uplands in the east. They are dissected by t ...

                                               

Dollberge

The Dollberge are a small mountain range in the northern Saarland and the adjoining part of the state of Rhineland-Palatinate in Germany. They form a southeastern element of the Schwarzwalder Hochwald, a region in the Hunsruck mountains, and are ...

                                               

Dransfeld Municipal Forest

The Dransfeld Municipal Forest is situated on a ridge in Germanys Central Uplands that ascends to 480 m high. It is located in the district of Gottingen, in South Lower Saxony. Although its name suggests a forest within a town, Dranfeld Municipal ...

                                               

Duinger Berg

The Duinger Berg lies in the western part of the Leine Uplands, a northern section of the Lower Saxon Hills. Its highest summit is the Babenstein and it measures some 7.5 km in length. It is situated in the triangle formed by the settlements of E ...

                                               

Ebbe Mountains

The Ebbe Mountains or Ebbe form a range of uplands up to 663.3 m above sea level high in the German state of North Rhine-Westphalia. They have given their name to the Ebbe Mountain Nature Park and are part of the Suder Uplands within the Rhine Ma ...

                                               

Eder Uplands

The Eder Uplands refers to a region in North Hesse in Germany. It covers several municipalities that lies around the upper reaches of the Eder river on the edge of the Rothaar Mountains. The Eder Uplands includes a large part of the old county of ...

                                               

Elfas

The Elfas is a range of hills up to 409.6 m above sea level in the districts of Holzminden and Northeim in Lower Saxony. Its name is derived from the Lower Saxon word Fast, which means an area of upland that descends on two sides.

                                               

Franconian Jura

The Franconian Jura is an upland in Bavaria, Germany. Located between two rivers, the Danube in the south and the Main in the north, its peaks reach elevations of up to 600 metres and it has an area of some 7053.8 km 2. Large portions of the Fran ...

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