Mount Jukes is a mountain located on the Jukes Range, a spur off the West Coast Range, in the West Coast region of Tasmania, Australia.
With an elevation of 1,168 metres (3,832 ft) above sea level, with multiple peaks, and glacial lakes on its upper eastern reaches, Mount Jukes is situated above the town of Crotty and is west of Lake Burbury.
The mountain was named by Charles Gould in 1862 in honour of Professor Joseph Jukes, an English geologist who gathered evidence to part afforded support for Charles Darwin's theories of coral reefs. Jukes had visited Hobart in 1842-3 on HMS Fly.
By elevation Mount Jukes is
# 44 out of 269 in West Coast # 1 out of 16 in West Coast Range Regional Reserve
By prominence Mount Jukes is
# 2 out of 269 in West Coast # 7 out of 2906 in Tasmania # 1 out of 16 in West Coast Range Regional Reserve # 23 out of 21731 in Australia # 19 out of 12558 in the Great Dividing Range
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