Mount Pieter Botte, also known as Nulbullulul, Alpaboolal (meaning big top), or Barbar (meaning elder sister) is a mountain in the tableland region behind Cape Tribulation in Far North Queensland, Australia. In was named in 1848 by Captain Owen Stanley of the survey ship HMS Rattlesnake. The name was chosen by those on board the Rattlesnake. (from Voyage of Rattlesnake page 104) because of its resemblance to Peter Botte Mountain, a famous peak on the island of Mauritius.

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