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1000 Man Cave

LPI Kanangra 8930-3S
Gangerang (Dunphy)

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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 Creek.

Even though 1000 Man Cave is huge there is only a very small level area, leaving little room for comfortable camping. 1000 Man Cave would be very exposed to bad weather coming from the east or the south.

1000 Man Cave is a 'must-see' destination. You might not camp there but you will be stunned by the grandeur of this fantastic overhang.


Kanangra-Boyd National Park (NSW)



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