Highest roads of Australia

Highest roads of Australia

Tucked away in the Southern Hemisphere, between the Indian and South Pacific oceans, Australia is the 6th largest country in the world. More than one-third of the country is desert. Australia is the largest island in the world. It is a unique and diverse country in every way and has a large mountain range that runs down its east coast. The majority of its population live on the coasts. Due to the large distances involved, Australia has the world's 9th longest road network.

Highest roads of Australia:

Mountain Elevation State Surface
Mount Kosciuszko 2.228m (7,310ft) New South Wales Gravel
Rawson Pass 2.124m (6,968ft) New South Wales Gravel
Kosciuszko Express Chairlift 1.937m (6,354ft) New South Wales Gravel
Mount Hotham 1.862m (6,109ft) Victoria Paved
Charlotte Pass 1.840m (6,037ft) New South Wales Paved
Mount Blue Rag 1.715m (5,626ft) Victoria Gravel








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