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Banks Wall

Mt Wilson 8930-1N
Central Blue Mountains (Dunphy)

561 787 - 554 806

1000 metres

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 are 510 metres high, the highest on mainland Australia.It is possible to walk along the middle ledge.

There is one section known as 'The Devils Throat' that is quite exposed. There are good views from many vantage points along the way.


Blue Mountains National Park



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