Genowlan Point

Glen Alice 8931-4N

267 358

1000 metres

Genowlan Point is a narrow neck of land running north from Genowlan Mountain.

The western & northern sides are defined by high cliffs, mostly impassable. The eastern boundary comprises layers of pagodas including the area known as the Mothers Arms, an incredible basin of pagodas.

An old track built when the area was prospected for diamonds & gold makes walking very easy. Rock platforms at the Point are ideal spots to take in the views.

Genowlan Point is the home of the rare Allocasuarina nana heath plant community and the rare Pultenea sp. Genowlan Point, an egg & bacon pea-flowered shrub.

Point

Mugii Murum-ban State Conservation Area (NSW)

Genowlan Mountain

Morundurey

Roxburgh

Last Updated: 06-05-2019