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Boyd Range

LPI Kanangra 8930-3S
Gangerang (Dunphy)
Kowmung (Dunphy)
Gundungura (Unirover)

293 361 - 356 272

1266 - 660 metres

The Boyd Range runs for about 15 kilometres from the Boyd Trig Station on Kanangra Tops down to Joalah Mountain above the junction of the Kowmung River and Christys Creek.

The Uni Rover Track runs along the Boyd Range to the top of Lanigans Spour when it turns south.

Kanangra-Boyd National Park (NSW)

Tartarus

Westmoreland

Boyd Range
Barralliers Crown
Barralliers Crown is a butte, a remnant rocky outcrop on a ridgeline running south-east from Mt Barrallier. The columns at the northern and southern ends would require rock climbing skills and...

Broken Whungee
Broken Whungee is about 1.5 kilometres north west of Mt Wheengee Whungee. A buttress from Broken Whungee runs in an easterly direction for almost 1 kilometre. Wheengee Whungee Creek drops...

Bushlanders Point
Bushlanders Point on Mt Barrallier overlooks Wallarra Ridge and Barralliers Crown. There is a small rock platform on Bushlanders Point that provides fantastic views across the Kowmung. Thick vegetation on...

Christys Creek
Christys Creek rises near Rocky Top and flows down to join the Kowmung below Cambage Spire. Along its 13 kilometre journey Christys Creek drops 1,000 metres as it travels...

Dunphys Lookout
Dunphys Lookout is a rock platform at the southern tip of Mt Wallarra. The lookout is almost impossible to see from anywhere else but it offers terrific panoramic views over Tartarus...

Gallop Rock
Gallop Rock Lookout is a huge granite outcrop some 400 metres north west of Mt Goondel. The views from the top are limited however there are some tantalising glimpses of cliffs...

Heliolater Point
Helioater Point protrudes from the western cliffs of Mt Barrallier and overlooks Shamash Deep. There is a large rock platform at Heliolater Point that provides excellent views across Shamash Deep...

Johnston Falls
Johnston Falls, a beautiful waterfall on Wheengee Whungee Creek, plunges into a sheer sided amphitheatre in Shamash Deep. Large boulders are strewn everywhere, a hint of the devastating forces at work...

Lost Rock
Lost Rock is a large granite outcrop adjacent to the Uni Rover Trail, about 750 metres north north east of Mt Goondel. There some excellent views of Mt Colong from this...

Moxley Rock
Moxley Rock is a large rock formation towering above Wheengee-Whungee Creek, a short distance below Freemans Swamp. From some angles, Moxley Rock and Broken Whungee stand like sentinals guarding the entrance...

Mt Barralier
Mt Barrallier is just south of Mt Wallarra and almost completely surrounded by cliffs. Much of the summit is covered by thick heath. There are excellent views across Shamash Deep and Tartarus...

Mt Bungin
Mt Bungin is a large rocky outcrop surrounded by cliffs. There are 2 passes at the northern end and a pass at the southern end near Mt Bulgin that...

Mt Wallarra
Mt Wallarra is just south of Mt Wallarra & almost completely surrounded by cliffs. Much of the summit is covered by thick heath. There are excellent views into Myles Chasm, Tartarus...

Pindari Top
Pindari Top, just south of Marrilman Heath is almost surrounded by large cliffs to the south, east and west. Most people visiting Pindari Top are canyoners returning to the Kanangra Road...

Shamash Point
Shamash Point is a large rock shelf at the south-western corner of Mt Barrallier. There are excellent views across Shamash Deep to the Boyd Range, up Wheengee-Whungee Creek to Moxley Rock...

Temple of the Shining Orb
The Temple of the Shining Orb is the summit of Mt Barrallier. Mt Barrallier slopes away from the summit in all directions. The summit is an elevated flat area much...

Wallaby Pass
Wallaby Pass provides a way from Pindari Top down to Tartarus Deep, Mt Bungin, Mt Bulgin & Mt Colboyd as well as Christys Creek and Arabanoo Creek. The rainforest microclimate in...

Wallarra Heights
Wallarra Heights is a ridge running from Kanangra Tops to the junction of Upper Christys Creek and Dione Dell, a distance of almost 3 kilometres. Vegetation on the ridge ranges from...

Yalpur Point
Yalpur Point protrudes from the southern cliffs of Mt Barrallier and gives fantastic views to the south. There is a small rock platform where you can take in the views but...