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Wolgan Ravines

LPI Cullen Bullen 8931-3N

348 101

970 metres

The Wolgan Ravines is an area of the Newnes Plateau that has been highly dissected by the Wolgan River and the tributary creeks that flow into it.

The landscape consists of deep twisting gorges, high cliffs and amazing pagoda structures that have created intricate ecosystems for the plants and animals that have made their home there.

Walkers who accept the challenge this country presents are rewarded with some breath taking views and incredible beauty.

Newnes State Forest (NSW)

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Birds Rock
Birds Rock is one of the highest points in the region. A remnant of an old pagoda, Birds Rock offers wonderful views, particularly of the Wolgan Valley in the north. The Birds...

Blackfellows Hand Rock
Blackfellows Hand Rock is a rocky outcrop on the edge of the Newnes Plateau just under 1 kilometre SE of Wolgan Gap. In a sheltered alcove there are numerous Aboriginal stencils...

Rockflower Creek Passage
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Rockflower Ridge
Rockflower Ridge is a pagoda ridge on the western side of the Newnes Plateau. For pagoda country, this area is quite thickly forested. Beautiful pagodas protrude through the forest, amazing...

Sunnyside Ledge
Sunnyside Ledge runs for about a kilometre between the upper and lower cliff line at the western end of Sunnyside Ridge. The ledge is easy walking and provides a link between...

The Temples of Doom
The Temples of Doom is a group of large, smooth pagodas on the northern side of the Blackfellows Hand Trail, 3 kilometres from the Wolgan Road. There are wonderful views from...

Wolgan Falls
The Wolgan Falls mark the start of the Wolgan Valley. The Wolgan River plunges over the walls from the portal of tight twisting canyon into the valley below. The rock surface under...