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Broken Whungee

LPI Yerranderie 8929-4N
Kowmung (Dunphy)
Gundungura (Unirover)

280 327

1170 metres

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 almost 250 metres as it rushes round the buttress.

Large areas of Broken Whungee are exposed rock. Some of the rock surfaces are horizontal but others are extremely steep, on all sorts of angles.

There are very tall trees growing is amongst the rocks. Even so, the exposed rock can clearly be seen, even from Mt Barrallier, some 2.5 kilometres away.

Broken Whungee is accessible from the Uni Rover Trail or from Moxley Rock.

Kanangra-Boyd National Park (NSW)

Tartarus

Westmoreland

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