Australia’s Mount Kosciuszko has an elevation of 2,229 m.
By definition, Australia is a continent rather than an island. Apart from that, Mt Cook, South Island (NZ) is at 3764 m, high points on the island of New Guinea are at 5029 and 4509 m, Sumatra reaches 3800 m, and Mauna Loa Hawaii is at 4169. So even if Australia were an island, it would be far from the one with the highest elevation. There are probably a dozen islands in Indonesia alone with higher points.
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