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100 Man Cave

100 Man Cave is a large overhang under the rim rock on the north-west side of Ti Willa Plateau just a short walk from Ti...

1000 Man Cave

1000 Man Cave is a huge overhang under the rim rock on the south-east side of Ti Willa Plateau above the headwaters of Little Gingra...

Airly Aerial Cableway

The cableway at Airly runs from a point near the winding engine and boiler, south, up the steep slope and past the cliff line to...

Airly Canyon

Airly Canyon is a short canyon starting on Mt Airly and running east to Airly Village. The canyon can be traversed in either direction. A...

Airly Frustum

Airly Frustum is a large cavern that has been eroded beneath the pagodas by water. The cavern is very narrow at the back, moist and...

Airly Gap

Airly Gap is the main entrance by road to the newly created Mugii Murum-ban State Conservation Area. The Mugii Murum-ban State Conservation Area will protect...

Airly Mines

Shale Oil Mining activities at Mount Airly commenced in the last 1880s and continued until the mid 1920s. Activity in the area was intense. Supporting...

Airly Return Chute

The Airly Return Chute is a long gently sloping slot that provides a route through the Mt Airly cliff line just north of Airly Gap....

Airly Self-Acting Incline

The Self-Acting Incline & Steel Rope Haulage Tramway at Airly ran from the end of the Southern Tramway to Capertee. It was a double track...

Airly Southern Pagodas

The Pagodas that mark Mt Airly's southern boundary are amongst the best to be found anywhere. High above the valley floor these dome shaped rock...

Airly Southern Tramway

There were 2 main mining periods at Mt Airly. Each was services by its own tramway. A single track, narrow-gauge, horse-drawn tramway ran south then...

Airly Turret 

Airly Turret is a rocky peak about 2 kilometres south-east of Mt Airly and adjacent to the south-western slopes of Genowlan Mountain. The are excellent...

Airly Turret Slot

Airly Turret Slot is a large slot immediately to the north of Airly Turret. The slot is perhaps 100m long and almost 50m high and...

Airly Village

When Oil Shale Mining started in 1883 at Mt Airly and Torbane, a small village named Airly sprang up in the valley immediately to the...

Arabanoo Creek 

Arabanoo Creek starts where First Ascent Creek joins the stream from Marrilman Gully. The creek flows south for just on 6.5 kilometres to join Christys...

Asgard Swamp Coal Mine

The site for the Asgard Mine was developed over many years, probably from 1880 to 1925.  There is a well constructed Kiln just near the...

Baal Bone Gap Hand Stencils

Baal Bone Gap is one of a few natural routes between the Capertee Valley and the upper reaches of the Coxs River and the Long...

Baal Bone Point 

Baal Bone Point is a narrow peninsular projecting north west into the Capertee Valley. It is just over 2.3km south west of Pantoneys Crown and...

Bald Trig 

Bald Trig is located on Bald Hill, a high point between the Bunglebbori Creek to the north and the Wollangambe River to the south. Bald...

Banks Wall 

Banks Wall is the western escarpment of Mt Banks, stretching north from Frank Hurley Head to Banks Gully for 2 kilometres. In places the cliffs...

Banshee Tops

Banshee Tops is a large plateau at the southern end of the Boyd Plateau extending from Wheengee Tor across Mt Pallin to Ghosts Mountain. It...

Barrallier Passes

Mt Barrallier is just south of Mt Wallarra and almost completely surrounded by cliffs. Heath almost totally blocks access to Mt Barrallier from the ridge...

Barralliers Crown 

Barralliers Crown is a butte, a remnant rocky outcrop on a ridgeline running south-east from Mt Barrallier. The columns at the northern and southern ends...

Bell Range 

The Bell range divides the Grose River system and the Colo River system between Bell in the west and Kurrajong Heights in the east, a...

Bell Trig 

Bell Trig is a minor Trig Station on Watertrough Hill, about 2.5k ESE from Bell. There are excellent views from the top of Watertrough Hill....

Bells Grotto

Bell's Grotto is a narrow canyon created by erosion from Tunnel Creek. The old Wolgan Valley Railway ran through canyons & valleys for some distance...

Berghofers Pass

Early motor vehicles could not cope with the steep grades on Mitchells Victoria Pass. Berghofer's Pass was built as an alternative route. The route starts...

Big Misty 

Big Misty is a mountain at the southern edge of Thurat Tops and overlooks Kanangra Falls and Thurat Spires. Southerly winds often produce mist over...

Birds Rock 

Birds Rock is one of the highest points in the region. A remnant of an old pagoda, Birds Rock offers wonderful views, particularly of the...

Birds Rock Trig 

Birds Rock Trig is a Trig Station located at Birds Rock beside the Birds Rock Fire Trail. Birds Rock Trig was origininally called Sunnyside Trig...

Birrabang Canyon

Birrabang Canyon is a small canyon in Birrabang Brook between Bells Line of Road and the Grose Valley. There are no abseils in Birrabang Canyon....

Birrabang Ridge 

Birrabang Ridge runs from Bells Line of Road to Birrabang Walls and offers something for everyone. The views of the Grose Valley from Birrabang Walls...

Black Banksia Falls 

Black Banksia Falls is a waterfall on Box Creek 1km east of Box Creek Falls and 2km north east of Gillespies Lookout. Box Creek drops...

Black Billy Head Mine

The coal mine under Black Billy Head probably operated in the early 1900s. Fill behind a stone retaining wall provided a level working area outside...

Black Horse Ridge 

Black Horse Ridge is just over 3 kilometres long, running from Black Horse Mountain north north-west to Breakfast Creek. The ridge is often used to...

Black Horse Ridge Grinding Grooves

There are a number of Grinding Grooves at the northern end of Black Horse Ridge on a rock shelf overlooking the Breakfast Creek valley. There...

Blackfellows Hand Rock 

Blackfellows Hand Rock is a rocky outcrop on the edge of the Newnes Plateau just under 1 kilometre SE of Wolgan Gap. In a sheltered...

Blackfellows Hand Shelter

Cave Art at Blackfellows Hand Rock is a reminder of the Aboriginal Culture inand around the Wolgan Valley. The Art consists of Stencils depicting hands...

Blackhorse Mountain  

Blackhorse Mountain is a high point on the narrow ridge running between Mt Warrigal and Mt Mouin in the Wild Dog Mountains There are some...

Blackmans Crown 

Blackmans Crown is a significant pagoda outcrop on Crown Ridge in the Capertee Reserve. There are a number of different routes to the top of...

Blacks Corner 

Blacks Corner is a high promontory at the northern end of Mt Airly. There is a large basalt cap at the summit. On the northern...

Blair Athol No 4 Coal Mine

The Blair Athol Coal Mine at Mount Victoria was the 4th Mine owned by the Blair Athold Coal & Timber company. The mine adit runs...

Bleichert Ropeway of the Jamison Valley

The Bleichert Aerial Ropeway was built by John North to transport oil shale from his mines near the Ruined Castle to the Katoomba Incline, some...

Blue Rock Gap 

Blue Rock Gap is located about 600 metres north east of Mt Davidson and 800 metres south west of Hughes Defile. Huge pagodas tower above...

Borenore Arch Cave

The Arch Cave is located in the Borenore Caves Reserve, 17 kilometres west of Orange on the western slopes of Mt Canobolas. The cave is...

Borenore Caves Reserve 

Borenore Caves Reserve is located 17 kilometres west of Orange on the western slopes of Mt Canobolas. Boree Creek which runs through the Arch Cave...

Borenore Tunnel Cave

The Tunnel Cave is a long, dark passage, about 110 metres long, which emerges from the base of a large hill. The top entrance looks...

Borenore Verandah Cave

The Verandah Cave is beautiful limestone overhang that was eroded by the creek that flows through it. There are large pools in the cool shaded...

Bottleneck Pass

Bottleneck Pass is a narrow pass through the rugged cliff line between Radiata Plateau and the Blue Mountains Range. The pass allows access into the...

Box Creek Falls 

Box Creek Falls is a large waterfall on Box Creek about 1.6k upstream from the junction with the Kowmung River. The falls drop some 200...

Boyd Plateau 

Boyd Plateau is upland mostly above 1200 metres and bounded by the Great Dividing Range near Jenolan Caves to the north, the Jenolan River to...

Boyd Range 

The Boyd Range runs for about 15 kilometres from the Boyd Trig Station on Kanangra Tops down to Joalah Mountain above the junction of the...

Boyd River Camping Area 

Boyd River Camping Area is located at Boyd Crossing, 6 kilometres from Kanangra Walls on the Kanangra Road. The camping area is well equipped with...

Boyd Trig 

Boyd Trig is a minor trig station located on the Kanangra Range at The Granites Lookout. Boyd Trig is just under 1 kilometre North East...

Boyds Tower 

Boyds Tower is at Red Point on the southern side of the entrance to Twofold Bay. The Tower was built by Ben Boyd in 1847...

Breakfast Creek 

Breakfast Creek runs west from Glenraphael Swamp on Narrow Neck Plateau to the Coxs River. Although a small creek and often dry it carries tremendous...

Brennan Wall

Brennan Wall is a narrow peninsular, bounded east & west by cliffs, running about 800 metres SSW from Brennan Top towards Mt Jingery. Brennan Wall...

Broken Whungee

Broken Whungee is about 1.5 kilometres north west of Mt Wheengee Whungee. A buttress from Broken Whungee runs in an easterly direction for almost 1...

Budgary Creek 

Budgary Creek rises on the eastern side of the Newnes State Forest and drains into Rocky Creek, a total distance of less than 10 kilometres....

Budthingeroo Trig 

Budthingeroo Trig is a minor Trig Station on Mt Budthingeroo on the Boyd Plateau. The disc has fallen. Trees have grown all around the trig, limiting...

Bungleboori Dam

The dam on Bungleboori Creek was built during 1942 to augment the Lithgow water supply if the existing supply failed. When completed the dam could...

Bushlanders Point

Bushlanders Point on Mt Barrallier overlooks Wallarra Ridge and Barralliers Crown. There is a small rock platform on Bushlanders Point that provides fantastic views across...

Bushwalkers Hill 

Bushwalkers Hill is a slight elevation on Narrow Neck Plateau about halfway between Carlon Head and CMW Head and about 6k from the Locked Gate....

Cambage Spire 

Cambage Spire is a single peak on Bullhead Ridge 1km south of Bullhead Mountain, overlooking Arabanoo Canyon and the Kowmung River. There are excellent views...

Camels Hump 

The Camels Hump is a hill 1.25km from Mt Bell and 1.5km from Tomah South Trig. The Camels Hump is bounded by Claustral Brook and...

Canyon Colliery

After unsuccessful attempts to open a colliery in Koombanda Brook, first in 1920 & then in the late 1940s, Hartley Vale No 4 was opened...

Cape Pinnacle 

Cape Pinnacle is on the northern end of Finger 1 Promontory in the Gardens of Stone National Park. It is a small tower of large...

Capertee Reserve

The Capertee Reserve is an area over about 366 hectares immediately south of the village of Capertee and west of the Lithgow to Gwabegar Railway...

Carlon Head 

Carlon Head is a promontory on the western side of Narrow Neck Plateau about 1.25k from Bushwalkers Hill. Carlon Head was named after the Carlon...

Carmarthen Ridge 

Carmarthen Ridge runs from the Bell Range to the junction of Carmarthen Brook & Explorers Brook, almost 9 kilometres away. While the ridge generally runs...

Castle Cliff Trig 

Castle Cliff Trig is a minor Trig Station on Castle Head, overlooking the Jamison Valley. It is an easy track walk out to Castle Head...

Castle Head 

Castle Head is a promontory on the eastern side of Narrow Neck Plateau between Cedar Creek and Causeway Creek. Cedar Head overlooks the Ruined Castle...

Cattle Dog Ridge 

Cattle Dog Ridge is almost 2.5 kilometres long, running north from the eastern end of Blue Dog Ridge to Breakfast Creek. The ridge is sometimes...

Cave Hotel

The Cave Hotel is a deep cave located on the northern side of Bell's Line of Road between Mt Charles and Mt Bell. The western...

Cedar Head 

Cedar Head is a promontory on the eastern side of Narrow Neck Plateau about 1.5 kilometres north east from Bushwalkers Hill. Cedar Head overlooks the...

Centennial Pass 

Centennial Pass is a pass through the cliff line at Centennial Glen at Blackheath. The path allows access to the Kanimbla Valley. Centennial Glen was...

Central Christys

Central Christys is the junction of Wheengee Whungee Creek and Christys Creek. There were large rainbow trout in the lovely pools at Central Christys when...

Charles Trig 

Charles Trig is a minor trig station location on Mt Charles, 3.7k north by north-east of Mt Banks and 4k south of Wynnes Rock at...

Christys Creek 

Christys Creek rises near Rocky Top and flows down to join the Kowmung below Cambage Spire. Along its 13 kilometre journey Christys Creek drops 1,000...

Christys Creek Junction

Christys Creek Junction is where Christys Creek joins the Kowmung River. Access from Kanangra Walls could be down Colboyd Ridge, Bullhead Ridge or along Arabanoo...

City In The Sky

The City in the Sky is a large outcrop of pagodas that towers over the Valley of the Kings and the Valley of the Dinosaurs....

Clarence Arch

Clarence Arch is an erosion residual, all that remains of a collapsed cave or overhang. The Clarence Arch is quite large, maybe 15 metres, 15...

Clear Hill 

Clear Hill is small rise on the southern most point of Narrow Neck Plateau. There are panoramic views to the east, south and west. There...

CMW Head

CMW Head is a promontory on the eastern side of Narrow Neck Plateau about 1.2 kilometres east from Bushwalkers Hill. Cedar Head overlooks the Cedar...

Coachwood Glen

Coachwood Glen is a small nature reserve in a Megalong Valley gorge eroded by Pulpit Hill Creek between the Shipley Plateau and the Blue Mountains...

Coco Creek Cave

Coco Creek Cave is a small cave located on private property in the Capertee Valley. The cave is at the foot of a small hill...

Colboyd Ridge 

Colboyd Ridge runs from the foot of the cliffs below Pindari Top, south for about 3.25 kilometres and then south-east for another 3 kilometres to...

Cottage Rock 

Cottage Rock is a large rocky outcrop at the top of the Gingra Range, about 300 metres south east from Murrarang Head and the Coal...

Coxs River 

The Coxs River rises in the Blue Mountains just north of Lithgow at Gardiners Gap and flows 100k into Lake Burragorang. This picturesque little river...

Crafts Wall 

Crafts Wall is the north western escarpment of a small mesa on the ridgeline running south-west from Mt Cloudmaker. It is about 5.5 kilometres north...

Crown Ridge Shale Mine

The mines at Crown Ridge operated in 1896 & periodically from 1905 to 1932. In 1922 a Stockhausen Retort was built at Crown Ridge and...

Dalpura Canyon

Dalpura Canyon lies between Dalpura Ridge and Jinki Ridge. The canyon is usually entered with an abseil or a jump down a waterfall. Bushwalkers can...

Dalpura Ridge 

Dalpura Ridge runs from Bells Line of Road to the Grose Valley, bounded on the west by Dalpura Creek and by Birrabang Creek on the...

Danae Ridge 

Danae Ridge is a narrow ridge that runs 2.5 kilometres from Mt Thurat to Mt Danae. It looks the obvious route to take between Mts...

Dance Floor Cave

The Dance Floor Cave is a large overhang a little way south from Murdering Gully along the base of the Seymour Top cliff line. The...

Dargan Arch

Dargan Arch is an erosion residual, all that remains of a collapsed cave or overhang. The Dargan Arch is large, maybe 15 metres long, 10...

Deanes Creek 

Deanes Creek rises on the northern side of the Newnes State Forest, just to the west of Galah Mountain and flows into Rocky Creek. The...

Deanes Creek Stencils

These beautiful Hand Stencils on a sheltered rock face near a Deanes Creek tributary are a reminder of the Aboriginal Culture in the region. This...

Dex Creek 

Dex Creek is a small creek that rises about 500 metres north east of Mt Cloudmaker & flows into TiWilla Creek about 2.5 kilometres away...

Diamond Falls 

Diamond Falls plunges is a waterfall on Diamond Creek where it over the Narrow Neck escarpment into the Megalong Valley below. Good views of the...

Dingo Gap 

Dingo Gap is the saddle between Mt Merrimerrigal and Mt Dingo in the Wild Dog Mountains. It has been quiet and peaceful each time I...

Dione Dell 

Dione Dell is a small creek that between Dione Top, Marrilman Heath and the Kanangra Road. It rises in swampy ground near the Kanangra Road...

Dismal Dingle 

Dismal Dingle is a gully that runs from just east of Mt Bell down to Claustral Brook, 1100 metres away. George Caley named Dismal Dingle...

Donkey Mountain 

Donkey Mountain is an isolated mesa in the Wolgan Valley. It is part of the Gardens of Stone National Park. The top of the mountain...

Donkey Steps

Donkey Steps was the name given to the the original route into the Wolgan Valley in the late 1860s. The route can still be seen...

Drum Cave

The Drum Cave is a large overhang just south of The Dance Floor Cave along the base of the Seymour Top cliff line. The cave...

Du Faurs Rocks Grinding Grooves

These Aboriginal Grinding Grooves and the Water Pot are on a rock platform near Du Faurs Rock overlooking Du Faur Creek. Shortly after rain, the...

Duncans Pass 

Duncan's Pass provides an alternate route to Tarros Ladder through the Clear Hill lower cliff line. Duncans Pass heads east around the nose of the...

Dunns Swamp 

Dunns Swamp was created when the Kandos Weir was built in 1930, to provide water for the Kandos Cement Plant. The dam is located in...

Dunns Swamp Stencils

Cave Art at Dunns Swamp is a reminder of the culture of the Wiradjuri people who lived in the vicinity for more than 12,000 years....

Dunphys Campground

Dunphys Campground is the gateway to some of the wilder parts of the Blue Mountains. Tracks lead off to the Wild Dog Mountains, Iron Pot...

Dunphys Lookout

Dunphys Lookout is a rock platform at the southern tip of Mt Wallarra. The lookout is almost impossible to see from anywhere else but it...

Dunphys Pass 

Dunphys Pass consists of 2 scrambles, 1 through the upper Narrow Neck cliff line and the other through the lower. The scrambles are linked by...

Echo Head 

Echo Head is a bluff between Kittani Rim and Kanangra Walls and 400m north of Mt Kanangra. Thurate Walls Lookout and Kanangra Walls Lookout are...

Edgeworth David Head 

Edgeworth David Head was named after pre-eminent goeologist and explorer Sir Tannant William Edeworth David. There are excellent views of David Crevasse & the Grose...

Emu Cave

The Emu Cave is a deep cave located on the northern side of Bell's Line of Road between Mt Charles and Mt Bell. The western...

Explorers Brook 

Explorers Brook rises in the ridges to the south of Mt Banks and flows north east to Carmarthen Brook, 8 kilometres away. The creek has...

Explorers Range 

The Explorers Range runs from the Bell Range, about 2.5k west of Mt Charles down to the junction of Carmarthen Brook and the Grose River,...

Federal Falls 

Federal Falls is a large waterfall in the Boree Creek valley just to the north of Mt Towac. The creek has eroded away the valley...

Ferny Flat 

Ferny Flat is about 800 metres north of Mt Krungle Bungle along the Krungle Bungle Range. It is a fairly level area covered with open...

Finger 3 Promontory

The northen section of the Newnes Plateau has been heavily eroded into 5 promontories that dominate the southern boundary of the Wolgan Valley. Finger 3...

First Ascent Pass

Seymour Top is the first top crossed after climbing out of Murdering Gully when walking north-east along Kanangra Walls. It is best known for the...

First Ascent Plaque

Thomas Seymour located a pass through the eastern cliff line of Seymour Top in 1864 while hunting wild cattle. Seymour was probably the first white...

Flagstaff Hill 

Flagstaff Hill is about 750 metres southeast of Watertrough Hill in the Bell Range. Despite the name there isn't a flag staff on Flagstaff Hill...

Flat Top 

Flat Top is a tabletop hill on the Mt Hay Range. It is a short walk along a track from the Mt Hay Road to...

Galah Mountain 

Galah Mountain is a hill between Deanes Creek and Rocky Creek and about 5k NNW of Natural Bridge and the The River Caves. Galah Trig...

Gallop Rock

Gallop Rock Lookout is a huge granite outcrop some 400 metres north west of Mt Goondel. The views from the top are limited however there...

Gangerang Range 

The Gangerang Range runs from Kanangra Tops north east to Mount Koorain at the junction of the Kowmung and Coxs Rivers. The iconic Kanangra To...

Ganguddy Campground

The Ganguddy Campground at Dunns Swamp is located in the Wollemi National Park about 25 kilometres from Kandos and Rylstone. Dunns Swamp was created when...

Gap Creek Pagodas

Gap Creek Pagodas surround Gap Creek which rises on the eastern slopes of Mt Airly. Gap Creek flows down through Airly Gap to join with...

Gasper Buttress 

Gasper Buttress is a steep spur running from north east Mt Jenolan down to the Coxs River, almost 1.7 kilometres away. Gasper Buttress separates Gasper...

Genowlan Mountain 

Genowlan Mountain is a large mesa just north of the Gardens of Stone and east of another large mesa, Mt Airly. The mesas are separated...

Genowlan Mountain Stencils

Cave Art at Genowlan Mountain is a reminder of the Aboriginal Culture in and around the Capertee Valley. The Art consists of Stencils depicting hands...

Genowlan Pinch

Genowlan Pinch is a narrow defile allowing access through a pagoda cliff line on Genowlan Mountain. The slot is so narrow that you have to...

Genowlan Point 

Genowlan Point is a narrow neck of land running north from Genowlan Mountain. The western & northern sides are defined by high cliffs, mostly impassable....

Genowlan Trig 

Genowlan Trig is some 3k SSW of Genowlan Mountain, located on the same mesa. Trees have regrown around the Trig but there are excellent views...

Gentles Lookout 

Gentles Lookout (Gentles Sheerdown) is a lookout offering commanding views over Thurat Spires & Kanangra Deep as well as into the Pooken Hole (the Den...

Gillespies Lookout 

Gillespies Lookout is a viewpoint east of Boss Hill with views up the Kowmung River. Gillespies Lookout was named after John Gillespie, an early bushwalker...

Glen Shale Mine & Tramway

The Glen Shale Mines in the Megalong Valley operated between 1886 & about 1895. Shale extracted from the mine was transported via skips on a...

Glenraphael Head 

Glenraphael Head overlooks the Breakfast Creek catchment and allows stunning views over the Wild Dog Mountains, the Krungle Bungles & Ironpot Mountain. Glenraphael Head has...

Glenraphael Swamp 

Glenraphael Swamp is abot 800 metres south of Bushwalkers Hill. The narrow swamp runs south-west for almost 500 metres before turning east for another 250...

Glow Worm Tunnel

The Glow Worm Tunnel is one of 2 tunnels built for the Wolgan Valley Railway.  The sweeping curve in the tunnel took the railway around...

Glow Worm Tunnel Cave House

Workers building the Wolgan Valley Railway needed somewhere to live close to where they were working. This cave house, constructed under an overhang in an...

Gogy Ridge 

Gogy Ridge runs down from Rocky Top near the Kanangra Road to Upper Christys Creek. Most of the ridge is covered with a dry sclerophyll...

Golden Stairs 

The Golden Stairs is a pass that leads up from Pitts Amphitheatre onto Narrow Neck Plateau. The track was developed from a pass used by...

Gordon Smith Pass

Gordon Smith Pass provides a fairly easy route from Brennan Top down to the Kilpatrick Causeway. Gordon Smith Pass was named after Gordon Smith, one...

Grand Canyon 

The beautiful Grand Canyon runs from Blackheath to the Grose Valley. The canyon was carved out of the soft sandstone by Greaves Creek. A Walking...

Grand Gorge Lookout

The Grand Gorge Lookout is an old lookout, just off the beaten track, and not visited often. The Lookout is a short way through the...

Green Cape 

Green Cape is a point some 25k SE of Eden on the NSW south coast. Green Cape Lighthouse is the southernmost lighthouse in NSW. In...

Hallett Tor

Hallett Tor is a large rock outcrop on the western side of Morong Hill overlooking Morong Deep. There are some wonderful views of the kowmung...

Harmil Ledge

Harmil Ledge is a long, narrow ledge running between Narrow Neck Plateau's upper and lower cliff lines. The ledge starts at a steep gully 150...

Hawk Fell 

Hawk Fell is a narrow ridge running between Mt Guouogang and Mt Queahgong in the Krungle Bungle Range. The ridge is covered with broken rock...

Haystack Neck

Haystack Neck is an erosion residual linking Mt Haystack to the south-west & the hill to the north-east. The neck is about 15 metres wide...

Haystack Ridge 

Haystack Ridge runs north-east from Bald Hills to the junction of Bowen and Mills Creek, almost 5 kilometres away. There are excellent views at various...

Headless Rider Point

Headless Rider Point is at the southern tip of Seymour Top. According to stories told by early cattlemen who camped on Seymour Top, they would...

Heliolater Point

Helioater Point protrudes from the western cliffs of Mt Barrallier and overlooks Shamash Deep. There is a large rock platform at Heliolater Point that provides...

Holts Heaven

Holts Heaven is a beautiful set of Pagodas on the southern side of the Bungleboori Creek and a short walk north from the Clarence Fire...

Honeycomb Canyon

Honeycomb Canyon is a beautiful Wollomi Canyon, rarely visited. Although the canyon is usually explored by abseillers, determined buhswalkers can get in & see its...

Inglis Lookout

The Inglis Lookout is an old lookout, hard to get to and so very rarely visited. The Lookout was named after Jimmy Inglis who guided...

Invincible Trig 

Invincible Trig is on the Great Dividing Range, overlooking the Invincible Colliery. There are wonderful views from the top of the pagodas where the Trig...

Ironpot Mountain Grinding Grooves

There are Aboriginal Grinding Grooves and Pots on rock surfaces on Ironpot Mountain. Ironpot Mountain takes its name from the Pots which are thought to...

Isolated Rock

Isolated Rock is a butte, a remnant rocky outcrop on a ridgeline running south-west from Mt Kanangra. There are excellent views of isolated Rock from...

Jenolan Trig 

Jenolan Trig is a minor trig station located on Mt Guouogang, the highest mountain of the Krungle Bungle Range. There aren't many views from the...

Jinki Gully 

Jinki Gully lies between Jinki Ridge & Wilkinson Hill, running about 600 metres south-east to the Grose Valley. It has steep sides with significant cliffs...

Jinki Ridge 

Jinki Ridge runs generally south west from Bells Line of Road to the Grose Valley, a distance of about 900 metres. Jungaburra Brook is to...

Johnston Falls 

Johnston Falls, a beautiful waterfall on Wheengee Whungee Creek, plunges into a sheer sided amphitheatre in Shamash Deep. Large boulders are strewn everywhere, a hint...

Jungaburra Canyon

Jungaburra Brook runs from Watertrough Hill & flows into Koombanda Brook, cutting a deep gorge between Jungaburra Ridge & Wilkinson Hill. Jungaburra Brook runs underground...

Jungaburra Pass

Jungaburra Brook runs from Watertrough Hill & flows into Koombanda Brook, cutting a deep gorge between Jungaburra Ridge and Wilkinson Hill. The Pass in Jungaburra...

Kamarah Bluffs 

Kamarah Bluffs are at the southern end of Kamarah Ridge, towering over the junction of Jungaburra & Koombanda Brooks. The bluffs are easily reached by...

Kamarah Point

Kamarah Point lies between Jungaburra Ridges & Kamarah Ridge. From Kamarah Point there are incredible views across & up the Upper Grose Valley. No less...

Kamarah Ridge 

Kamarah runs from Bells Line of Road SSW to the Kamarah Bluffs, 2.8 kilometres away. A spur runs south immediately above Jungaburra Brook. The bluffs...

Kanangra Brook 

Kanangra Brook rises just 3.5 kilometres west of Kanangra Walls near Rocky Top and Kanangra Pass. It flows east past Kittani Top before plunging over...

Kanangra Falls 

Kanangra Falls is a large waterfall on Kanangra Creek 800m north east of Ianthe Top and adjacent to Johnsons Point. Kanangra Creek plunges 150m into...

Kanangra Range 

The Kanangra Range runs from Mt Edwards in the north to Boyd Trig in the south.   The Kanangra Walls Road generally follows the top...

Kanangra Tops 

Kanangra Tops is a large plateau extending east from Rocky Top and The Granites, south to Pindari Top, south of Kanangra Walls and east to...

Kanangra Walls 

Kanangra Walls is a long cliff line that wraps around the southern and eastern sides of Kanangra Deep. The southern side has heavily eroded by...

Kanangra Walls Trig 

Kanangra Walls Trig is locatd on Maxwells Hillock, a high point on Maxwell Top. The old trig Station has collapsed. The large stone cairn still...

Kanangra-Boyd 

Kanangra Boyd National Park is wild country and part of the Greater Blue World Heritage Area. The park is probably best known for the majestic...

Kandos Weir 

Kandos Weir on the Cudgegong River was built by the Kandos Cement Company in 1930 to supply water to the Kandos Cement Plant. The Kandos...

Kittani Point

Kittani Point forms part of the Kittani Rim, the rimrocks on Kanangra Walls, from Kanangra Brook to Johnsons Point. Kittani Point is between Tallai Rib...

Knights Deck 

Knight's Deck is a small mesa projecting to the north from Blue Dog Ridge in the Wild Dog Mountains. It offers extensive views over Breakfast...

Konangaroo Clearing 

Konangaroo Clearing lies on an area of elevated ground at the Junction of the Coxs River & the Kanangra Creek. The land described on maps...

Koombanda Canyon

Koombanda Brook flows from just east of Bell south and then south-east some 5km to the Grose River. The section known as Koombanda Canyon starts...

Kowmung Lookout

The Kowmung Lookout is an old lookout that is vary rarely visited. The Lookout is reached by working through the heath along the cliff tops...

Kowmung River 

The Kowmung Rover starts at the junction of the Tuglow and Hollanders Rivers and flows through the Kanamngra-Boyd National Park until it joins the Coxs...

Kroks View

Kroks View is a rocky outcrop at the southern top of Mt Colboyd. The lookout is reached via a pass on the southern side of...

Krungle Bungle Range 

The Krungle Bungle Range runs north-east for 19 kilometres from Mumbedah Hill, near the intersection of the Kanangra Road and the Emperor Fire Road to...

Landslide Gully

Landslide Gully, immediately north-west of The Landslide, is a little known Pass up through the Narrow Neck Plateau cliffs. The route includes a number of...

Lightning Ridge 

Lightning Ridge runs south east from Mt Charles for 2.5km to the junction of Carmarthen and Claustral Brooks....

Lions Head 

Lions Head is aptly named. It's distinctive shape, jutting out from Kedumba Walls can be recognised from many vantage points in the area. Lions Head...

Lions Head Pass

The Lions Head Pass is an old pass through the Kedumba Walls cliff line. The Pass was used by pioneers living in the Kedumba Valley...

Liversidge Hill 

Liversidge Hill is at the end of Birrabang Ridge and immediately west of Yileen Canyon. It was named after Archibald Liversidge, author of 'Minerals of...

Lost Rock 

Lost Rock is a large granite outcrop adjacent to the Uni Rover Trail, about 750 metres north north east of Mt Goondel. There some excellent...

Lucknow Gold Field

Gold was discovered in Lucknow in May 1851, soon after the Ophir gold rush started. One hunded and sixty years on, the landscape around Lucknow...

Luthers Lookout

Luthers Lookout is a rock platform high above Morong Deep giving terrific views up the Kowmung River. In the 1920s the land to the north...

Macquarie Lighthouse

The Macquarie Lighthouse site has been used as a light house continuously since 1818 when the first lighthouse was built, replacing a fire in a...

Mansons Ladders

Mansons Ladders is a route through the Carlon Head cliff line. The route was first used in 1932 by members of the Warrigal Club. A...

Marrilman Heath 

Marrilman Heath is an area of open heath just north of Pindari Top comprising sclerophyll shrubs, emergent mallee eucalypts & open ground cover of herbs...

McLeans Pass 

McLeans Pass is an old route between the Wolgan Valley and the Wolgan Capertee Divide. The pass is a short canyon which passes through a...

Medlow Gap

Medlow Gap is the saddle between Mt Mouin and Mt Debert. The White Dog Ridge Fire Trail runs the length of Medlow Gap. The walking...

Megalith Ridge 

Megalith Ridge runs south for almost 5km from Morong Hill to the Kowmung River. The ridge is bounded on the west by the Kowmung River...

Misty Point

Misty Point is bluff on the northern side of Kanangra Gorge 1km north of Echo Head and 300m south-west of Spire Head. There are panoramic...

Mitchells Pass

Mitchells Pass provides a route through the Narrow Neck cliff line. Spikes in a tall coachwood growing close to the cliff wall serve as a...

Moffitts Pagodas 

Moffitts Pagodas are at the end of a ridge overlooking Rowen's Hole, a basin nestled between the Great Dividing Range & Baal Bone Point. The...

Moorilla Buttress

Moorilla Buttress runs west for 2km from Mt Strongleg to a point of Whalania Creek Junction. There is a small rock outcrop to be negotiated...

Moorilla Lookout 

Moorilla Lookout extends east from Mt Moorilla. Except where it connects to Mt Moorilla, Moorilla Lookout is edged by sheer cliffs. The surface is remarkably...

Morong Creek 

Morong Creek runs from King Pin down to the Kowmung River. Along the way it passes through Boyd Crossing, Jensens and Morong Swamps before plunging...

Morong Deep 

Morong Deep is a deep gorge formed by the Kowmung River. The gorge runs south from Grid Iron Bends down to the Ruby Creek Junction,...

Morong Falls 

Morong Falls is an impressive series of waterfalls where Morong Creek plunges down to the Kowmung River running through Morong Deep. There extensive views along...

Morong Hill 

Morong Hill is a flat hill on the Boyd Plateau at the top of Megalith Ridge, roughly equi-distant from Hallett Tor, Morong Creek and Hanrahans...

Morong Lookout 

Morong lookout is a viewpoint between Boyd Hill Brook and the Kowmung River, 1.7 kilometres south of Boss Hill. There are good views up Morong...

Mowarry Trig 

Mowarry Trig is located on Haycock Hill, 5,45km south of Boyds Tower and 2.2km south-east from the Edrom Road. The trig is located in thick...

Moxley Rock

Moxley Rock is a large rock formation towering above Wheengee-Whungee Creek, a short distance below Freemans Swamp. From some angles, Moxley Rock and Broken Whungee...

Mt Airly 

Mt Airly is a large mesas just north of the Gardens of Stone. Mt Airly was mined in the early 1900s for oil shale which...

Mt Banks 

Mt Banks was named by the explorer, George Caley who climbed Mt Banks in November 1804. Mt Banks is a located on the northern edge...

Mt Barrallier 

Mt Barrallier is just south of Mt Wallarra and almost completely surrounded by cliffs. Much of the summit is covered by thick heath. There are...

Mt Bell 

Mt Bell is a mountain midway between Mt Tomah and the Bald Hills. Bells Line of Road traverses around the western and northern sides of...

Mt Bell Hand Stencil

There is a single Hand Stencil on a rock wall in an overhang on Mt Bell. The location is quite exposed and the stencil is...

Mt Budthingeroo 

Mt Budthingeroo is a mountain on Budthingeroo Ridge, 1.3k west of Cunynghame Hill. According to Jim Barrett, Budthingeroo is Aboriginal for 'human hip joint'. Nice...

Mt Bungin 

Mt Bungin is a large rocky outcrop surrounded by cliffs. There are 2 passes at the northern end and a pass at the southern end...

Mt Bungin Grinding Grooves

These Grinding Grooves have been made in a fine grained sand stone rock. They are unusual because they are under an overhang with no pools...

Mt Caley 

Mt Caley was named after the explorer, George Caley who climbed Mt Banks in November 1804. Mt Caley is a located on the northern edge...

Mt Canobolas

At 1397 metres, Mt Canobolas is the highest mountain between the Blue Mountains of New South Wales and Perth in Western Australia. There are many...

Mt Charles 

Mt Charles is a hill on the Bell Range midway between Range Hill and Bald Hills. Charles Trig is located on Mt Charles. There are...

Mt Clarence Stencils

Cave Art at Mt Clarence is a reminder of the Aboriginal Culture in & around Lithgow. The Art includes hand stencils, some quite small. The...

Mt Cloudmaker 

Mt Cloudmaker is the highest mountain the Gangerang Range. There aren't many views from the summit which is covered with forest. There are some great...

Mt Colboyd 

Mt Colboyd is a large rocky outcrop surrounded by cliffs. A pass on the southern side allows access through the cliffs to the top. There...

Mt Danae 

Mt Danae is located approximately 2.7 kilometres east south east of Mt Thurat. Mt Danae is on the easiet route to Gentles Lookout and the...

Mt Davidson 

Mt Davidson is a high point on the Wolgan Capertee Divide, 500 metres south east of The Pondage, 1,600 metres north east of McLeans Pass...

Mt Debert 

Mt Debert is a hill on the ridge between Medlow Gap and Clear Hill at the southern end of Narrow Neck Plateau. There is a...

Mt Dingo 

Mt Dingo is the most southerly of a chain of 5 peaks that form the backbone of the Wild Dog Mountains. It is probably best...

Mt Guouogang 

Mt Guouogang is the highest mountain of the Krungle Bungle Range. There aren't many views from the summit which is covered with thick heath although...

Mt Haystack 

Mt Haystack is a hill on Haystack ridge, a 3.5km walk from Bells Line of Road. There is thick forest on Mt Haystackand a dense...

Mt Jenolan 

Mt Jenolan is one of the highest peaks in the area. The climb to the summit is very steep, ascending 900 metres in about 3.4...

Mt Jingery 

Mt Jingery is a single peak on Brennan Spur, 400m south east of Brennan Wall. There are some very different views of Kanangra Tops and...

Mt Kanangra 

Mt Kanangra is a hill 300 metres SE from the Kanangra Walls Car Park. Mt Kanangra is covered with thick heath and dense mallee forest....

Mt Krungle Bungle 

Mt Krungle Bungle is a high point in the Krungle Bungle Range. There aren't many views from the summit, a pile of jumbled rock, surrounded...

Mt McAviney 

Mt McAviney is a hill on the Krungle Bungle Range 1.25km north of Mt Jenolan and 300m west of Cape Cattle Pocket. Mt McAviney was...

Mt Merrimerrigal 

Mt Merrimerrigal is the flattest of the peaks in the Wild Dog Mountains. The southern end is a narrow peninsular with large areas of exposed...

Mt Moorilla 

Mt Moorilla is a sandstone mesa in the Gangerange Range, 4 kilometres NNE of Mt Cloudmaker and 900 metres from Mt Moorilla Maloo. Mt Moorilla...

Mt Mouin 

Mt Mouin is one of the highest peaks in the Wild Dog Mountains. The high rock platforms at the summit offer superb views in all...

Mt Paralyser 

Mt Paralyser is a high point at the northern end of Thurat Ridge, 9k from the Kanangra Road and 4.3k from the junction of Whalania...

Mt Queahgong 

Mt Queahgong is a mountain in the Krungle Bungle Range between Hawk Fell & Mt Jenolan. There are 2 high points on Mt Queahgong, a...

Mt Rennie Tunnel

The Mt Rennie Tunnel runs under Narrow Neck Plateau, connecting the Megalong Valley with the Jamison Valley. It was built so oil shale from the...

Mt Stormbreaker 

Mt Stormbreaker is one of the high peaks in the Gangerang Range, lying between Mt High And Mighty and Mt Cloudmaker. There are several locations...

Mt Thurat 

Mt Thurat is a high point about 2 kilomtres south-east of Queen Pin & 2.5 kilometres east of King Pin on the Boyd Plateau. Access...

Mt Towac 

Mt Towac is a remnant volcanic cone, one of several in the area. The ridges radiating away from the peak are heavily eroded exposing volcanic...

Mt Wallarra 

Mt Wallarra is just south of Mt Wallarra & almost completely surrounded by cliffs. Much of the summit is covered by thick heath. There are...

Mt Warrigal 

Mt Warrigal is one of the larger peaks in the Wild Dog Mountains. It can be climbed from the eastern & western sides. Prydes Prospect...

Mt Wheengee Whungee 

Mt Wheengee Whungee is a hill on the Boyd Plateau about 1.5km south-east of Broken Whungee and 2 km west of Mt Barrallier. There are...

Mugii Murum-ban SCA 

Mugii Murum-ban is a State Conservation Area just east of Capertee, supposed to protect the significant pagoda landforms, slot canyons, endangered plants and birds and...

Mumbedah Falls

Mumbedah Falls is a series of waterfalls and cataracts on Mumbedah Creek a short distance upstream of Jigger Gully. Deep in the gorge gouged out...

Myles Gorge 

Myles Gorge lies between Mt Wallarra and Pindari Top, downstream from the junction of Dione Dell and Christies Creek and upstream from Margaret Falls. Christies...

Mystery Mountain

Even though a rough track leads through the cliffs, climbing Mystery Mountain is a challenge for all but the very fit. The reward for taking...

Nangar National Park 

Nangar National Park is in the Nangar-Murga Range between Canowindra and Eugowra. The park is bounded on the south by the Nangar State Forest and...

Narrow Neck Plateau 

Narrow Neck Plateau is a 10 kilometre long penisular extending from Narrow Neck Lookout to Little Cedar Gap. Despite the sheer cliffs that define the...

Narrow Neck Trig 

Narrow Neck Trig is a minor Trig Staion on Bushwalkers Hill. The Trig is almost halfway between Carlon Head and CMW Head. There is a...

Nayook Canyon

Nayook Canyon is a beautiful Wollomi Canyon, close to the Deep Pass Camping Area. No abseiling is required. Fixed ropes & logs make the tricky...

Newnes Camping Area

The Newnes Camping Area is located in the Wollemi National Park about 300 metres along the track from Newnes. The camping area is nestled in...

Newnes State Forest 

Newnes State Forest is an area of about 13,400 hectares set aside for forestry.  There are pine pantations and native forest reserves. Unlike National parks,...

Old Coach Road

The Old Coach Road was used during the construction of Newnes Oil Works & the Wolgan Valley Railway. Much of the road is still in...

Ophir Trig 

Ophir Trig is a trig station located on Mt Bulga in the Mt Bulga Reserve, approximately 4.3 kilomtres north east of Suma Park Reservoir and...

Oronga Canyon

Oronga Canyon lies hidden between Oronga Ridge & Wongarra Hill. The canyon has 2 branches that join to form the main lower canyon that flows...

Oronga Ridge 

Oronga Ridge runs south between Oronga Canyon and Banks Gully, from Bells Line of Road to the Grose Valley. There is a well used track...

Pages Pinnacle 

Pages Pinnacle is a sandstone residual, 375 metres south east of Crafts Wall. The top of Pages Pinnacle consists of huge sandstone blocks. A couple...

Pagoda Maze

The Pagoda Maze is a complex pagoda structure stretching along the eastern wall of Rowens Hole in 2 parallel rows. The pagodas are on multiple...

Pagoda Supported By Columns

High above the Ten Tunnel Deviation a pagoda has been 'made safe' by supporting a large overhang with 8 brick columns. The cavernous overhang is...

Palatine Rock

The views from the Palantine Rock are simply fantastic. To the left is Tarpeian Rock just near the Pagoda Maze. To the right you can...

Pantoneys Crown 

Pantoneys Crown is a large isolated mesa in the Capertee Valley. Routes that can be used by bushwallkers have been found at the northern &...

Pindari Top 

Pindari Top, just south of Marrilman Heath is almost surrounded by large cliffs to the south, east and west. Most people visiting Pindari Top are...

Pine Lake

Pine Lake is a small lake in Tasmania's Central Plateau Conservation Area. The lake is reached along a 400 metre board-walk that takes visitors through...

Plateau Trig 

Plateau Trig is a minor trig station located on Gogy Ridge, just under 500 metres south of Kanangra Pass and about 600 metres west of...

Point Cameron 

Pt Cameron is approximately 1 kilometre north, north west of Mt Davidson on the Wolgan Capertee Divide and 4 kilometres south, south east of Pantoneys...

Point Hatteras 

Point Hatteras is a promontory on the north west side of Genowlan Mountain. The western side of Point Hatteras is defined by high cliffs, mostly...

Point Perpendicular Lighthouse 

The Point Perpendicular Lighthouse was built at Point Perpendicular at the southern end of the Beecroft Peninsular. Point Perpendicular is the northern headland marking the...

Prydes Prospect

Prydes Prospect is a rock outcrop at the top of Warrigal Head on the western side of Mt Warrigal. There are extensive views to the...

Pulpit Hill Creek 

Pulpit Hill Creek flows south from Blackheath, through Coachwood Glen and Blackheath Glen & then south-west through the Megalong Valley for about 13 kilometres to...

Queahgong Plane Crash

Sometime in the mid 1960s a small aeroplane crashed in the Krungle Bungle Range between Hawk Fell and Mt Queahgong, at the top of Queahgong...

Rainbow Ravine 

Rainbow Ravine flows south from the Camels Hump Saddle for almost 1km when it joins Carmarthen Brook 250 metres lower. Canyoners follow an established track...

Redledge Pass 

Redledge Pass was used by miners from the Glen Shale Mine to get to and from Katoomba. It is a long pass with several distinct...

Rigby Hill 

Rigby Hill is just a short walk from the Pierces Pass Picnic Area, off Bells Line of Road. There are wonderful views up and down...

Rockflower Creek Passage

Rockflower Creek Passage is a long, deep slot that winds its way through the Rockflower Ridge pagadas to the Wolgan Valley Cliffline. The slot has...

Rockflower Ridge

Rockflower Ridge is a pagoda ridge on the western side of the Newnes Plateau. For pagoda country, this area is quite thickly forested. Beautiful pagodas...

Rocky Top 

Rocky Top is a high point between the Morong Creek Fire Trail and Kanangra Pass. Walks down the Unirover Trail used to start from Rocky...

Ruined Castle 

The Ruined Castle is a remnant of the peninsular that once connected Castle Head and Mt Solitary. It's aptly named, with the rocks projecting through...

Ruined Castle Ridge 

Ruined Castle Ridge runs south-east from the foot of Castle Head to Cedar Gap. It gets its name from the Ruined Castle, a rocky outcrop...

Ruined Castle Tramway and Mines

A complex series of mines was dug under the Ruined Castle in the early 1900s. The mines were a rich source of oil-shale. The oil...

Saddle Lookout

Saddle Lookout is a rocky outcrop on Mt Airly 400m west of The Towers and 1.4km south-west of Blacks Corner. As the name suggests the...

Sawtooth Trig 

Sawtooth Trig is a minor trig station located on Mt Cloudmaker, the highest mountain in the Gangerang Range. The disc lies where it has fallen,...

Seriphos Cliffs 

The Seriphos Cliffs flank the southern & eastern edges of Mt Danae & drop into the Kanangra Gorge & the Seriphos Pit. A bench on...

Seymour Ramp

Prior to 1942 the only access to Seymour Top from Murdering Gully was a set of ladders or using the First Ascent Pass to the...

Seymour Slot

Seymour Top is the first top crossed after climbing out of Murdering Gully when walking north-east along Kanangra Walls. It is best known for the...

Seymour Top 

In 1864 Thomas Seymour climbed onto what is now called Seymour Top using a narrow ledge, 200 metres long, that traverses the eastern cliffs. He...

Shamash Point

Shamash Point is a large rock shelf at the south-western corner of Mt Barrallier. There are excellent views across Shamash Deep to the Boyd Range,...

Sinusoidal Ravine

The Sinusoidal Ravine was formed by a Birds Rock Creek, flowing east from Bird Rock to Carne Creek. As the little creek nears Carne Creek...

Skelton Trig 

Skelton Trig is located on Skeltopn Hill, 4.8km north west from Green Cape Lighthouse, 100m off the Green Cape Road. The trig is surrounded by...

Spire Head 

Spire Head overlooks Thurat Spires, Kanangra Deep and Kanangra Grand Gorge. There are spectacular views from the many rocky outcrops. Easiest access to Spire Head...

Splendour Rock 

Splendour Rock is a rock platform at the southern end of Mt Dingo in the Wild Dog Mountains. There are wonderful views of the region's...

Stilwell Trig

Stilwell Trig is a minor trig station located at Mt Stilwell on Kangaroo Ridge near Charlottes Pass. Stilwell Trig is just under 1.5 kilometres SSW...

Stone Walls above the Glow Worm Tunnel

High above the Glow Worm Tunnel, hidden under the moss and by the bush are a series of brick and stone walls. The walls were...

Sunnyside Canyon

This canyon is about 600 metres long and can be walked. Ropes or tapes are not needed. In some places it is necessary to climb...

Sunnyside Ledge

Sunnyside Ledge runs for about a kilometre between the upper and lower cliff line at the western end of Sunnyside Ridge. The ledge is easy...

Sunnyside Point

Sunnyside Point overlooks the junction of Carne Creek and the Wolgan River with excellent views in all directions. It is at the end of narrow...

Table Mountain 

Table Mountain is about 8.6km south-west of Hampton and overlooks the Kanimbla Valley. There are two rocky outcrops on Table Mountain. The western outcrop is...

Table Rock Trig 

Table Rock Trig Station is surmounted on a rocky outcrop on Table Mountain, about 8.6km south-west of Hampton. Footholds have been cut in the rock...

Tallai Rib

Tallai Rib forms part of the Kittani Rim, the rimrocks on Kanangra Walls from Kanangra Brook to Johnsons Point. There are some amazing views from...

Tarpeian Rock 

Tarpeian Rock is the remains of a huge old pagoda structure protruding into Rowens Hole. Erosion has steadily hacked into the exposed face leaving the...

Tarros Ladder 

In the early 1930s Walter Tarr placed a bush ladder down a crack at the end of Narrow Neck Plateau. It became known as Tarro's...

Temple of the Shining Orb

The Temple of the Shining Orb is the summit of Mt Barrallier. Mt Barrallier slopes away from the summit in all directions. The summit is...

Ten Tunnels Funicular Railway

Supplies for the The Ten Tunnel Railway Deviation (Tunnels 8, 9 & 10) were transported down into the gorge using a short but steep Incline...

Ten Tunnels Railway Deviation

The Ten Tunnels Railway Deviation was built to replace the Zig Zag which had become a serious bottleneck. The deviation was constructed between 1908 and...

Terarra Creek Camping Area

Terarra Creek Camping Area is a small camp site in Nangar National Park. There are picnic and toilet facilities at the camping area.  You need...

Tesselate Hill 

Tesselate Hill is just north of Mt Irvine. Tesselate Hill was previously known as 'The Pavements' because of a series of rock platforms, just to...

Tesselate Hill Engraving

There is a single Rock Engraving on Tesselate Hill. There are a number of Grinding Grooves nearby.  The Engraving depicts the outline of a woman....

Tesselate Hill Grinding Grooves

There are a number of Grinding Grooves and Water Pots on a large large rock shelf on Tesselate Hill overlooking the Wollangambe River. Some of...

Tessellated Pavement

The Tessellated Pavement is an inter-tidal rock platform divided into regular shapes or tiles when it cracked by movements in the Earth's crust. There are...

The Goat Track

The Goat Track Pass is an old pass through the Kedumba Walls cliff line. The pass was used by pioneers living in the Kedumba Valley...

The Granites Lookout

At 1266 metres, The Granites Lookout is the highest point in the Kanangra Range and one of the highest spots in the Blue Mountains. The...

The Great Wall

The Great Wall is a sloping wall of pagodas that runs north-south along the western side of Mt Airly for more than 1 kilometre. There...

The Grotto

The Grotto is a small walk-through canyon between Point Hatteras & Genowlan Creek. Iron ladders, foot bridges & railings used to make it much easier...

The Ladders Defile

The Ladders Defile is a small walk-through canyon that provides a route through the cliffs between Point Hatteras & Genowlan Creek. Rustic iron ladders make...

The Lost City

The Lost City lies just a few kilometres north of Lithgow. It is a series of unusual pagoda structures that resemble an old decaying civilisation...

The Place That Time Forgot

The Place That Time Forgot is a name used by bushwalkers to describe a beautiful gorge located between Little Rock Island and Rock Island. The...

The Pondage

The Pondage is a large basin surrounded by pagodas near Pt Cameron. During heavy rain, water pools in the basin until it can drain away...

The Pondage Canyon

The Pondage Canyon is about 150 metres long. The first 100 metres can be walked quite easily until the canyon floor drops suddenly at a...

The River Caves

The River Caves Canyon was formed by Budgary Creek eroding though the softer sandstone. There is an easy walk through this pretty canyon. The walk...

The Session Hut

The Session Hut was built just near Lake Birrell, about 400 metres south of the fire trail junction at Medlow Gap. The corrugated iron hut...

The Temples of Doom

The Temples of Doom is a group of large, smooth pagodas on the northern side of the Blackfellows Hand Trail, 3 kilometres from the Wolgan...

The Towers

The Towers is a collection of large Pagodas just to the north of Mt Airly, on the neck leading to Blacks Corner. Like many of...

The Walls

The Walls is a large area of exposed volcanic rock that provides a habitat for the vulnerable alpine lichens and mosses that live there. When...

Thommos Chains

Thommos Chains provide an alternate route through the cliff line at the southern end of Mt Dingo in the Wild Dog Mountains. The Chains are...

Thurat Tops 

Thurat Tops is part of the Boyd Plateau, located north of Kanangra Tops, south of Sally Camp Creek and east of the Kanangra Range. The...

Thurat Trig 

Thurat Trig is a minor Trig Station on Mt Thurat in Thurat Tops. Thurat Trig is a 2 kilometre walk from the Kanangra Road along...

Ti Willa Plateau 

Ti Willa Plateau is a long narrow mesa on the southern side of Ti Willa Creek and SE of Mt Cloudmaker. Easiest access to Ti...

Ti Willa Top 

Ti Willa Top is the peak at the southern end of Ti Willa Plateau and just on 950 metres SE from Mt Cloudmaker. High cliffs...

Torbane Balcony

The Torbane Balcony is a ledge running for some 750 metres along the western face of the pagodas of Mt Airly's 'Great Wall'. The ledge...

Torbane Oil Works

The Torbane Oil Works were built on flat land close to the Airly shale mines. Torbane was serviced by a single-track railway, linking it with...

Towac Pinnacle 

Towac Pinnacle is a remnant volcanic dome located about 5 kilometres east of Mt Canobolas. There is a spectacular lookout on Towac Pinnacle, a 15...

Tracie Taylor-Young Memorial

In 1991 Tracey Taylor-Young died in Nepal after slipping while crossing an icefall. Later that year her friends placed a Park Bench on a very...

Tunnel Creek 

Tunnel Creek rises 2 kilometres NNW from Deanes Siding.  The creek flows generally north for about 3.5 kilometres before turning west  Bells Grotto, through Tunnel...

Tunnel Creek Cavern

When the Wolgan Valley Railway was built in 1907 to transport Shale Oil from the refinery at Newnes, much of the landscape it crossed was...

Tunnel Creek Ledges

The cliffs above the Glow Worm Tunnel & the gorge used by the Wolgan Valley Railway are huge. There are 2 cliff lines, separated by...

Tunnel Plateau

The Plateau above the Glow Work Tunnel is an amazing place to visit.  Once on top you are greeted by some amazing sights. Large areas...

Tunnel Terrace Gorge

Tunnel Terrace Gorge is a large blind canyon behind the Glow Worm Tunnel.  The gorge was eroded by a Tunnel Creek tributary. The western walls...

Twins Canyon

Twins Canyon is a dual canyon system. Two short canyons drain into a small, well hidden gorge that opens onto the Wolgan Valley. The northern...

Ultimate Chute

The Ultimate Chute is a very surprising route up through the southern cliff line of Genowlan Mountain. The top of the slot is just 200m...

Ultimate Slot

The Ultimate Slot is a huge slot some 750m north of Genowlan Trig. It is possible to look dpwn into the slot through a gap...

Upper Wolgan Tool Factory

Aborigines were the earliest culture to use stone tools. They used stone axes and adzes as well as knives and scrapers. Knives and scrapers were...

Valley Of The Dinosaurs

The Valley Of The Dinosaurs is a canyon about 300 metres north of Genowlan Trig formed by a Genowlan Creek tributary.  The canyon runs north...

Valley Of The Kings

The Valley of the Kings is a deep gorge formed by a tributary flowing into Genowlan Creek. Huge pagodas adorn the cliff tops of the...

Vertigo Slot

Vertigo Slot, on the western side of the Great Dividing Range, starts as a deep narrow chasm and widens into a gorge. There are only...

Victoria Pass 

Mitchell's Victoria Pass was built in 1832 and replaced Cox's Pass and Lawsons Long Alley. Early motor vehicles could not cope with the steep grades...

Wallaby Pass

Wallaby Pass provides a way from Pindari Top down to Tartarus Deep, Mt Bungin, Mt Bulgin & Mt Colboyd as well as Christys Creek and...

Wallarra Heights 

Wallarra Heights is a ridge running from Kanangra Tops to the junction of Upper Christys Creek and Dione Dell, a distance of almost 3 kilometres....

Walls Pass 

Walls Pass provides access from Cedar Head on Narrow Neck Plateau down to Cedar Valley. The pass was discovered in 1889 by the Wall brothers...

Waratah Ravines

The Waratah Ravines lie between Waratah Ridge (to the north) and Bungleboori Creek (to the south). Deep ravines and convoluted canyons have been eroded by...

Warrigal Head

Warrigal Head is at the north west corner of Mt Warrigal. There are excellent views to the north & to the west from a small...

Water Trough at Watertrough Hill

Watertrough Hill on Bell's Line of Road was named after a Water Trough carved into the native rock beside the old road in 1894. The...

Watertrough Hill 

Watertrough Hill on Bell's Line of Road was named after a Water Trough carved into the native rock beside the old road in 1894. The...

Whalania Creek Junction

Whalania Creek Junction is where Whalania Creek flows into Kanangra Creek. Memorials to Norbert and Bert Carlon have been placed on a rock face not...

Whalania Falls 

Whalania Falls is a lovely waterfall on Whalania Creek, some 2 kilometres upstream from the junction with Sally Camp Creek.  The falls plunge 40 metres...

Whalania Heights 

Whalania Heights is a raised area of land east of the Kanangra Range and north of the Krungle Bungle Range. Large areas were cleared for...

Wild Dog Mountains 

The Wild Dog Mountains are located in the Blue Mountains, south of Katoomba, in an area bounded by Breakfast Creek to the north, Little Cedar...

Wilkinson Hill 

Wilkinson Hill is 2.1 kilometres easy walking south of the Bell Trig Station located on Watertrough Hill. Surrounded by cliffs on 3 sides, Wilkinson Hill...

Wolgan Capertee Divide

The Wolgan Capertee Divide is a range of connected mesas and mountains that separate the watersheds of the Wolgan and Capertee Rivers. The Skyline Traverse...

Wolgan Falls

The Wolgan Falls mark the start of the Wolgan Valley. The Wolgan River plunges over the walls from the portal of tight twisting canyon into...

Wolgan Gap Trig 

Wolgan Gap Trig is located on the western escarpment of the Wolgan Valley, just on 1,500 metres N from Wolgan Gap. A short track leads...

Wolgan Pinnacle 

The Wolgan Pinnacle is all that remains of a large pagoda on the cliff edge overlooking Carne Creek & the Wolgan Valley. The effects of...

Wolgan Ravines

The Wolgan Ravines is an area of the Newnes Plateau that has been highly dissected by the Wolgan River and the tributary creeks that flow...

Wolgan Totem Pole

The Totem Pole is a fascinating conglomerate erosion residual located 26 kilometres down the Wolgan Valley from Newnes. The structural elements range from large water-worn...

Wolgan Trig 

Wolgan Trig is located on Mt Davidson in the Wolgan Capertee Divide between Mt Jamson and Bue Rock Gap. Unforunately the Trig Station has collapsed...

Wolgan Valley

The Wolgan Valley was formed by the Wolgan River. The valley is almost totally surrounded by high cliffs. Aboriginal people lived in the Wolgan Valley...

Wolgan View Canyon

Wolgan View Canyon is dry canyon running west towards the Wolgan Valley. There are 2 narrow sections separated by a large open area. The walk...

Wollemi National Park 

The Wollemi National Park is the second largest National Park in NSW. It is part of the Greater Blue Mountains World Heritage Area and includes...

Wombat Parade

Wombat Parade is a rough track traversing the eastern side of Mt Warrigal between Warrigal Gap and Black Horse Gap. In some places the route...

Wongarra Hill 

Wongarra Hill lies between Wongarra and Oronga Gullies about 2.5 kilometres NW of Mount Banks. A track across Wongarra Hill makes walking very easy. There...

Wynnes Rocks 

Wynnes Rocks is a rocky outcrop 3km from Mt Wilson and 4kmk west north-west of Mt Haystack. Wynnes Rocks Trig Station is located on the...

Wynnes Rocks Trig 

Wynnes Rocks is a rocky outcrop 3km from Mt Wilson and 4kmk west north-west of Mt Haystack. Wynnes Rocks Trig Station is located on the...

Yalpur Point

Yalpur Point protrudes from the southern cliffs of Mt Barrallier and gives fantastic views to the south. There is a small rock platform where you...

Yeddonba Rock Art

Yeddonba Aboriginal Cultural Site at the foot of Mt Pilot contains a number of highly significant features - a shelter, an art site and bush...

Yerra Crags 

Yerra Crags are erosion residuals, rocky outcrops at the top of a hill at the eastern end of Carmarthen Ridge, between Carmarthen Brook & Explorers...

Yileen Gully 

Yileen Gully is small stream that starts on the southern slopes of Birrabang Ridge and flowss into Passes Pass Creek some 2.5km later. The stream...

Yileen Spur 

Yileen Spur runs south from Birrabang Ridge for 1.5km to the Grose Valley escarpment. Yileen Spur is bounded on the east by Pierces Pass and...

Young Man Canobolas 

The official name for this peak is Young Man Canobola but it is generally known as Young Man Canobolas. Young Man Canobola is the smaller...

Zorro Canyon

Zorro Canyon is a long narrow canyon that flows into the Wolgan Valley. The canyon has a long straight entrance passage and a long straight...