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Gallop Rock

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

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1185 metres

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 in the rugged country to the east.

Gallop Rock is easy to get to from the Uni Rover Trail.

Kanangra Boyd National Park (NSW)

Tartarus

Westmoreland

Gallop Rock
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