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Waratah Ridge *

Trends from the Blue Mountains Range 3.5km west of Mount Horne in a generally eastern direction for about 13km. This is a descriptive name, as each year many Waratahs flower there from around October. A part of this ridge is traversed by Waratah Ridge Road.

  • Lithgow and Wollangambe
Grid Reference:
  • 392 010 to 510 028.
Newnes State Forest
Related Names:
  • 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
  • GOS4.15: Mount Horne - Bungleboori Creek and Paddys Creek
  • GOS4.20: Dingo Creek from GR 454 060 and downstream
  • 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
  • GOS4.33: 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
  • GOS4.39: A day just outside Heaven
 - Waratah Ridge

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