We have great mountain ranges that stretch across state borders

The Great Dividing Range comprises a series of plateaus and low mountain ranges paralleling the coasts of Queensland, New South Wales, and Victoria for 3,700km. Formed over 300 million years ago the range has everything from eroded volcanoes to flora and fauna that doesn’t exist anywhere else in the world. It is also home to countless walking and biking tracks, camping grounds, and at 2,228m high, Mount Kosciuszko, which is also Australia’s tallest mountain.