Mount Dowe

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Mount Dowe is a mountain in northern New South Wales, Australia.[1] It is part of an old shield volcano that was active around 18 million years ago.[2] It is the second highest mountain in the Nandewar Range, only being just short of Mount Kaputar. It is the location of a television and radio transmitters which broadcasts to locations such as Moree, Tamworth, Gunnedah and Narrabri as it is in a prime location to give television coverage to vast areas in the North West Slopes and Plains district.[3]

The summit of Mount Dowe is often 10 degrees C colder than the valley floor. Mount Dowe can also receive snow during winter but usually this is only a light dusting.[4]

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Coordinates: 30°17′S 150°10′E / 30.283°S 150.167°E / -30.283; 150.167