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Is an Aboriginal word, the meaning unknown. It was first recorded on Surveyor General Sir Thomas Mitchell's Map of the Colony of New South Wales, 1834.

  • Wollangambe
Grid Reference:
Blue Mountains National Park
Related Names:
  • GOS4.01.A: Wollangambe tributaries
  • GOS4.01.B: Wollangambe tributaries and Dargans Arch
  • GOS4.02: Wollangambe River - a sample excursion
  • GOS4.03: Goochs Crater
  • GOS4.04: Dumbano Creek Tunnels
  • GOS4.06: Bungleboori Creek and Hill 959
  • GOS4.11: Bungleboori Creek and the WWII Water Supply Dam
  • GOS4.12: Bungleboori Creek and Clwydd Pass
  • GOS4.13: Bungleboori Creek and two tributary creeks
  • GOS4.14: Bungleboori Creek and ravines south of Waratah Ridge
  • GOS4.18: Holts Heaven and Dumbano Tunnels
  • GOS4.22: Thorpes Folly via the Hair of the Dog Ravine
  • GOS4.30: Stillson Spur and Zig Zag Spur
  • GOS4.31: Dingo Creek and Cerberus Creek
  • GOS4.32: Even closer to Heaven
  • GOS4.33: Cerberus Creek traverse
  • GOS4.34: Ravines above Popeye Canyon
  • GOS4.35: Hair of the Dog Ravine
  • GOS4.36: Northern cliffs of Dingo Creek
  • GOS4.37: The Arch in Arch Canyon
  • GOS4.38: A day in Heaven
  • GOS4.39: A day just outside Heaven
  • GOS4.40: In Heavens Realm
  • GOS7.15: Monkey Creek
  • GOS7.16: Kangaroo Corner Creek

Pagoda Rock Formations