Mount Wilhelm (German: Wilhelmsberg) is the highest mountain in Papua New Guinea at 4,509 metres (14,793 ft). It is part of the Bismarck Range and the peak is the point where three provinces intersect, Simbu, Western Highlands and Madang. The peak is also known as Enduwa Kombuglu in the local Kuman language, a Papuan language.
The mountain is on the island of New Guinea, which incorporates Papua New Guinea and the Indonesian province of Papua. It is surpassed by Puncak Jaya, 4,884 m (16,024 ft), and several other peaks in Indonesian Papua. Some sources claim Mount Wilhelm, 4,509 m (14,793 ft), as the highest mountain in Oceania (or Australia), on account of Indonesia being part of Asia (Southeast Asia). A Seven Summits list sometimes includes Mount Wilhelm.
Elevation: 4,509 m (14,793 ft)
Prominence: 2,969 m (9,741 ft)