Kunanyi is the indigenous name for Mount Wellington which at 1,271 m (4,170 ft) towers over Hobart, Tasmania. (In 2013, Tasmania adopted a policy of using both names.) It is Hobart's biggest attraction and much of the city is built on its foothills. The photo, above, was taken from the top of the Lenah Valley, Hobart.
This photo was taken from the bottom of the Lenah Valley.
Another view of the mountain from nearby Glenorchy. In every photo, you can see the communications tower which consists of a 67-metre-tall reinforced concrete base topped by a 64-meter-tall steel superstructure that supports an elevator and 3 antennas.
Photos taken with my Canon SX620 HS in Hobart, Tasmania