Frequently asked questions about Mount Tate, NSW

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Where is Mount Tate?

Mount Tate is in the south of New South Wales which is in the southeast of Australia.

What is the latitude and longitude of Mount Tate?

Mount Tate is at a latitude of -36.35339 decimal degrees and a longitude of 148.3543 decimal degrees (GDA94 datum, which is for many practical purposes equivalent to WGS84). Latitude and longitude coordinates may be represented in a variety of different numeric formats:

FormatLatitudeLongitude
Decimal-36.35339148.3543
D MM' SS"36 21' 12" S148 21' 15" E
D MM.MMM'36 21.203' S148 21.258' E

What is the elevation/altitude/height above sea level of Mount Tate?

Mount Tate is at an elevation/altitude/height above sea level of 2050 m above sea level.

What is the nearest city, town or village to Mount Tate?

The nearest town to Mount Tate is Perisher Village about 7.79 km away. Perisher Village has a population of about around 1,800 (based on the 2001 census). Click here for a map showing Mount Tate and Perisher Village.

What is the annual rainfall of Mount Tate?

The annual rainfall of Mount Tate is about 1948 mm.

What is the most rain Mount Tate has ever received in a day?

The most rain received by Mount Tate in a day was 162 mm. The most rain received by Mount Tate in a August day was around 109 mm.

In what local government area (LGA) is Mount Tate?

Mount Tate is in the local government area of 'Snowy River'. The 'Snowy River' local government area is classified as an 'Area'.

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