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Great Dividing Range *

Extends the entire length of the east coast of Australia, generally in a north south direction. This range was also referred to as The Dividing Range and Main Range. In the scope of this work, the range extends from near Capertee, Ben Bullen, Moffitts Trail, The Bicentennial National Trail and Gardiners Gap to the Castlereagh Highway 4km south of Cullen Bullen. Great Diving Range was shown on Survey Plan by Robert Dixon, September 1830. Ref: Surveyor General, select list of Maps and Plans, 2517. Early references to Great Dividing Range appeared in the SMH in 1835 as part o fadvertisements for land and stock, and the words " Dividing Range" - in the SMH on 10th July 1823, p. 2.

  • Capertee
  • Ben Bullen
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Related Names:
  • GOS1.15: Murdocks Trail to Baal Bone Point via Coco Creek
  • GOS1.20: Hecates Cauldron
  • GOS1.21: Blackmans Crown and Platform Rock
  • GOS1.25: South of Hecates Cauldron
  • GOS4.36: Northern cliffs of Dingo Creek
  • GOS5.04: Tara Slot
  • GOS5.05: Exploring Cape Horn
  • GOS5.06: Subsidence fractures, Ben Bullen State Forest
  • GOS5.11: Cullen Bullen Cemetery to Wolgan Gap
  • GOS5.14: From Heaven to Hell and back
  • GOS5.15: Arwens Pathway
  • GOS5.16: Four Level Cave
  • GOS5.17: Signature Cave
  • GOS5.18: Pegasus Rock to Invincible Trig
  • GOS5.19: Neubecks Creek and Alois Creek
  • GOS5.22: Ben Bullen Pillars

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