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Feb 8, 2021

[Answer] What island has Australia’s tallest mountain?

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...1. Tasmania 2. Melville Island 3. Fraser Island 4. Heard Island

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Heard Island - Chances are you’ve never “heard” of Australia’s most remote island, but little-known Heard Island is home to the country’s tallest peak, an active volcano named Big Ben (also known as Mawson Peak). At more than 9,000 feet tall, it’s close to 1,700 feet taller than the highest mountain on the mainland, Mount Kosciuszko. The island is an Australian territory located closer to Antarctica than Australia — the closest city is about 2,500 miles away. The island and the neighboring McDonald Islands are home to Australia’s only two active volcanoes. In addition to Big Ben, McDonald became the country’s second active volcano when it erupted in 1992, after being dormant for 75,000 years.:

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