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Mt Danae

LPI Kanangra 8930-3S
Gangerang (Dunphy)

336 389

1235 metres

Mt Danae is located approximately 2.7 kilometres east south east of Mt Thurat.

Mt Danae is on the easiet route to Gentles Lookout & the Cliffs of Seriphos.

Walking is fairly easy in the open forest areas but there are some spots where the heath is quite thick.

Kanangra-Boyd National Park (NSW)

Thurat

Westmoreland

Mt Danae
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Drum Cave
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First Ascent Pass
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Gentles Lookout
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Grand Gorge Lookout
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Headless Rider Point
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Inglis Lookout
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Isolated Rock
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Kanangra Brook
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Kanangra Tops
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Kanangra Walls
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Kanangra-Boyd
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Kowmung Lookout
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Marrilman Heath
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Mt Kanangra
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Pages Pinnacle
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Seriphos Cliffs
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Seymour Slot
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Seymour Top
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Spire Head
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Thurat Tops
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