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The Krungle Bungles

LPI Kanangra 8930-3S
LPI Jenolan 8930-3N

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The Krungle Bungle Range runs north-east for 19 kilometres from Mumbedah Hill, near the intersection of the Kanangra Road and the Emperor Fire Road to Wallaroo Point at the junction of the Jenolan and Coxs Rivers.

High points along the Krungle Bungles include Mt Krungle Bungle, Mt Guouogang, Mt Queahgong, Mt Jenolan, McAviney, Mt O'Reilly

The Krungle Bungles can be walked in a long day or over a couple of days. Water needs to be carried. There is water in Mumbedah Creek just after it leaves Mumbedah Swamps and from after rain a bit in a small creek between Mt Krungle Bungle and Ferny Flat.

There is an old aeroplane crash site near the Mt Queahgong summit.

Kanangra-Boyd National Park (NSW)

The Krungle Bungles
Ferny Flat
Ferny Flat is about 800 metres north of Mt Krungle Bungle along the Krungle Bungle Range. It is a fairly level area covered with open dry sclerophyll forest and ferns. Water could...

Gasper Buttress
Gasper Buttress is a steep spur running from north east Mt Jenolan down to the Coxs River, almost 1.7 kilometres away. Gasper Buttress seperates Gasper Gully and Gasper Creek. It is sometimes...

Hawk Fell
Hawk Fell is a narrow ridge running between Mt Guouogang and Mt Queahgong in the Krungle Bungle Range. The ridge is covered with broken rock of all sizes. There are...

Mt Guouogang
Mt Guouogang is the highest mountain of the Krungle Bungle Range. There aren't many views from the summit which is covered with thick heath although glimpses can be seen from the...

Mt Jenolan
Mt Jenolan is one of the highest peaks in the area. The climb to the summit is very steep, ascending 900 metres in about 3.4 kilometres. Not many people visit...

Mt Krungle Bungle
Mt Krungle Bungle is a high point in the Krungle Bungle Range. There aren't many views from the summit, a pile of jumbled rock, surrounded by forest. It is an easy walk...

Mt Queahgong
Mt Queahgong is a mountain in the Krungle Bungle Range between Hawk Fell & Mt Jenolan. There are 2 high points on Mt Queahgong, a high spot at the north eastern...

Mumbedah Falls
Mumbedah Falls is a series of waterfalls and cataracts on Mumbedah Creek a short distance upstream of Jigger Gully. Deep in the gorge gouged out by Mumbedah Creek, the cliffs...