Mount Cabrebald

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Cabrebald
Xanthorrhoea australis flowers - Mt Cabrebald hillside.jpg
Elevation 1,000 m (3,300 ft)
Location
Location Singleton, Barrington Tops, New South Wales, Australia
Range Great Dividing Range
Coordinates 32°08′57″S 151°23′01″E / 32.14917°S 151.38361°E / -32.14917; 151.38361Coordinates: 32°08′57″S 151°23′01″E / 32.14917°S 151.38361°E / -32.14917; 151.38361
Geology
Age of rock Eocene

Mount Cabrebald is situated 200 km north of Sydney, within Barrington Tops National Park, Australia.

Noted for the grass covered summit in a heavily forested area. Also for the 12 hectare Grass Tree forest, the tall eucalyptus forest and rainforest in fire free areas. The 360 degree views from the summit are considered some of the finest in this World Heritage region. Other plants found on the mountain include New England Blackbutt, Antarctic Beech and Giant Stinging Tree.

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References[edit]

  • New South Wales Rainforests - The Nomination for the World Heritage List, Paul Adam, 1987. ISBN 0-7305-2075-7 page 77