Giblin Peak

The Giblin Peak, a mountain of the Ben Lomond mountain range in northeast Tasmania, Australia, is the highest elevation on Giblin Fells. With an elevation of 1,569 metres above sea level, it is the third highest mountain in Tasmania. It was named after William Giblin, a previous Premier of Tasmania. The mountain range had previously been thought to be measured at Stacks Bluff until it was surveyed by Colonel W.V. Legge in 1912, and Giblin Peak was discovered to be the highest elevation on the Ben Lomond plateau.

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