Mount Ginini

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Mount Ginini
Mount Ginini - Namadgi National Park - 2.jpg
View from Mount Ginini
Elevation 1,762 m (5,781 ft)[1]
Prominence 202 m (663 ft)[1]
Location
Mount Ginini is located in Australian Capital Territory
Mount Ginini
Mount Ginini
Location in the ACT
Location Australian Capital Territory /
New South Wales, Australia
Range Brindabella Ranges
Coordinates 35°32′S 148°47′E / 35.533°S 148.783°E / -35.533; 148.783Coordinates: 35°32′S 148°47′E / 35.533°S 148.783°E / -35.533; 148.783[1]

Mount Ginini is a mountain with an elevation of 1,762 metres (5,781 ft) AHD  in the Brindabella Ranges that is located on the border between the Australian Capital Territory and New South Wales in Australia. The summit of the mountain is located within the ACT, and is the third highest mountain in the Territory.

The ACT portio of the mountain is located in Bimberi Nature Reserve and Namadgi National Park and the NSW portion in Kosciuszko National Park. It is often climbed by bushwalkers from Corin Dam, as it is a few hours hike. The mountain is close to the Ginini Flats Wetlands Ramsar Site.

The mountain is home to an Airservices Australia installation serving as part of the AERIES network and as a transceiver for communications between ATCs and aircraft. It also hosts a repeater station for the local amateur radio club. The transmitter tower is located at 35°31′46.61″S 148°46′21.06″E / 35.5296139°S 148.7725167°E / -35.5296139; 148.7725167 (Mount Ginini transmitter tower).

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  1. ^ a b c "Mount Ginini, Australia". Peakbagger.com. Retrieved 11 October 2013.