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Name:
Glory Box
Description:

Is a 250m long cliff lined ravine and a tributary of Carne Creek. It is filled with tree ferns, felt ferns, numerous fungi species in season and boxed in by 90m cliffs. Walking access can be gained to this ravine with one difficult spot, where rope assist is handy. Named by Brian Fox on a Bush Club walk, 2nd April 2013.

Maps:
  • Cullen Bullen
Grid Reference:
  • 420 077
Location:
Newnes State Forest
Status:
Threatened
Related Names:
Walks:
  • GOS6.27: Carne Creek and Glory Box
  • GOS6.28: Silkpod Point and Silkpod Gorge
  • GOS6.33: Devils Throuat and the cliffs of East Creek
Photos:
 - Glory Box

Airly Turret