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Australian Alps

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The Origin of the Australian Alps

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Australian Alps Walking Track

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Australian Alps - Created when time began, protected for time to come

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Arc'teryx: The Australian Alps

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Australian Alps - Care for the Alps - leave no trace

The Australian Alps, an interim Australian bioregion, is the highest mountain range in Australia. This range is located in southeastern Australia, and it straddles eastern Victoria, southeastern New South Wales, and the Australian Capital Territory. The Australian Alps contain Australia's only peaks exceeding 2,000 metres (6,600 ft) in elevation above sea level. The Alps are the only bioregion on the Australian mainland in which deep snow falls annually. The Alps comprise an area of 1,232,981 hectares.
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