Glenugie Peak with Eastern Grey Kangaroos (at bottom left)
|Elevation||316 m (1,037 ft)|
|Location||New South Wales, Australia|
|Age of rock||Cenozoic|
It is a dolerite peak from the Cenozoic era extruded from the Grafton Formation. The Grafton Formation is a series of sedimentary rocks, laid down between the late Jurassic and early Cretaceous periods.
Glenugie Peak is noted by botanists for its dry rainforest in a gully which includes a number of rare species of trees, as well as the Yellow Box, which is more often associated with areas west of the Great Dividing Range. Average annual rainfall is 1138 mm.
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