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Deanes Creek *

Is a perennial stream rising on the north east side of the junction of Glowworm Tunnel Road and Galah Mountain Road. It flows generally north and north east for about 18km into Rocky Creek, about 10km south, south east of Glen Davis. Named after Henry Deane.

Henry Deane (1847-1924), Engineer-in-Chief of NSW Railways, and  consulting railway engineer to the Commonwealth Oil Corporation. He was also as a keen photographer and botanist. Eucalypt deanei, located in the Blue Mountains, is named after him, as well as Boronia deanei, which is found on the Newnes Plateau.

  • Cullen Bullen
  • Rock Hill and Mount Morgan
Grid Reference:
  • 435 107 headwaters
  • 497 228 junction
Related Names:
  • GOS2.11: Mystery Mountain
  • GOS2.14: The Cliffs of Mars
  • GOS2.15: The Pentafid on Deanes Creek
  • GOS2.16: An unnamed tributary of Deanes Creek
  • GOS2.17: Constance Point
  • GOS3.17: Rock Island
  • GOS3.20: Unnamed tributary of Deanes Creek
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