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Birds Rock

LPI Cullen Bullen 8931-3N

387 088

1181 metres

Birds Rock is one of the highest points in the region.

A remnant of an old pagoda, Birds Rock offers wonderful views, particularly of the Wolgan Valley in the north.

The Birds Rock Flora Reserve is just to the east of Birds Rock.

Newnes State Forest (NSW)



Sinusoidal Ravine
The Sinusoidal Ravine was formed by a Birds Rock Creek, flowing east from Bird Rock to Carne Creek. As the little creek nears Carne Creek it snakes it's way through a...

Wolgan Falls
The Wolgan Falls mark the start of the Wolgan Valley. The Wolgan River plunges over the walls from the portal of tight twisting canyon into the valley below. The rock surface under...

Wolgan Ravines
The Wolgan Ravines is an area of the Newnes Plateau that has been highly dissected by the Wolgan River and the tributary creeks that flow into it. The landscape consists of...