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Categories: Water divides, Mountain ranges of New South Wales, Mountains of Hume (region), Mountain ranges of Queensland, Great Dividing Range
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Great Dividing Range  Eastern Highlands  Dividing Range  East Australian Cordillera
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The Great Dividing Range, also known as the East Australian Cordillera or the Eastern Highlands, is a cordillera system in eastern Australia consisting of an expansive collection of mountain ranges, plateaus and rolling hills, that runs roughly parallel to the east coast of Australia and forms the fifth-longest land-based mountain chain in the world, and the longest entirely within a single country. Wikipedia
A mountain range that runs north to south down Australia's east coast Wikipedia Disambiguation
Mountain range in the Australian states of Queensland, New South Wales and Victoria Wikidata
Australia's most substantial mountain range, it stretches more than 3500km from the northeastern tip of Queensland, running the entire length of the eastern coastline through New South Wales, then into Victoria and turning west, before finally fading into the central plain at the Grampians in western Victoria. OmegaWiki
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