Brennan Wall is a narrow peninsular, bounded east & west by cliffs, running about 800 metres SSW from Brennan Top towards Mt Jingery.
Brennan Wall is covered with areas of heath, quite thick in places but offerering tremendous views in all directions.
It is an extremely interesting walk along Brennan Wall. The further you go the narrower it gets. It is particularly tricky at the narrowest point. It requires a careful crawl along a rock shelf on the western side or a short steep climb.
Options from the end of Brennan Wall include continuing to Mt Jingery, returning under the eastern cliffs to Gordon Smith Pass or cutting across Jingery Bay to the Coal Seam Cave.
Kanangra Tops (Dunphy)
Kanangra-Boyd National Park (NSW)