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 a long ledge named The Wallaby Parade by Myles Dunphy.

Dunphys Pass wasn't discovered until 1926 although Myles Dunphy found The Wallaby Parade a number of years earlier.

Thick scrub at the top of the pass can make it difficult to locate the gully. From the bottom the simplest approach is up the ridge to the base of Glenraphael Head & then work round to the base of the pass.

Gangerang (Dunphy)
Jamison 8930-2N

462 568 - 466 568

700 - 970 metres


Blue Mountains National Park (NSW)

Narrow Neck Plateau



Last Updated: 04-06-2019