Mount Kosciusko

Mount Kosciusko
Mount Kosciusko
 
[maʊnt kɔzɪ'ʌskəʊ], mit 2 230 m über dem Meeresspiegel der höchste Gipfel Australiens, in den Snowy Mountains der Australischen Alpen (Great Dividing Range); Relief durch pleistozäne Vergletscherung überprägt; bedeutendstes australisches Wintersportgebiet. Das Gebiet um den Mount Kosciusko (6 900 km2) wurde 1944 zum Nationalpark erklärt.

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