The Liverpool Range is a mountain range and a lava-field province in New South Wales, Australia. The eastern peaks of the range were the traditional territory of the Wonnarua people.
The Liverpool Range starts from the volcanic plateau known as the Barrington Tops and runs for about 100 kilometres (62 mi) westwards, forming the northern boundary of the Hunter Valley district. Parts of the Liverpool Range form the watershed between the coastal and inland drainage of New South Wales and thus form a component of the Great Dividing Range. The western end of the Liverpool Range merges into the Warrumbungle Range. The Liverpool Range has a reputation as a breeding ground for severe summer thunderstorms. The peaks of the range generally experience several snowfalls each winter.
- Elevation: 1,300 m (4,300 ft)
- Length: 100 km (62 mi) west