Great Dividing Range

Great Dividing Range

noun
a mountain range extending along the E coast of Australia: vast watershed region. 100 to 200 miles (160–320 km) wide.
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Great Dividing Range
 
pl n
a series of mountain ranges and plateaus roughly parallel to the E coast of Australia, in Queensland, New South Wales, and Victoria; the highest range is the Australian Alps, in the south

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