Big Badja Hill

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Big Badja Hill
Big Badga Mountain
Big Badja 2000-April-09.jpg
summit of Big Badja
Highest point
Elevation1,363 m (4,472 ft)
Coordinates36°00.29304′S 149°33.9524′E / 36.00488400°S 149.5658733°E / -36.00488400; 149.5658733Coordinates: 36°00.29304′S 149°33.9524′E / 36.00488400°S 149.5658733°E / -36.00488400; 149.5658733
Geography
Big Badja Hill is located in New South Wales
Big Badja Hill
Big Badja Hill
Location in New South Wales
LocationSouthern Tablelands, New South Wales, Australia
Parent rangeGreat Dividing Range

Big Badja Hill, or Big Badga Mountain, a mountain on the Great Dividing Range, is located in the Southern Tablelands region of New South Wales, Australia, 47 kilometres (29 mi) north-east of Cooma. With an elevation of 1,363 metres (4,472 ft) above sea level,[1] the mountain is situated on the western edge of Deua National Park.[2]

Plants found nearby are the Big Badja Gum and Kunzea badjaensis, a small myrtle with heads of white flowers on the ends of the branches.[3]

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References[edit]

  1. ^ Forestry Commission of New South Wales, Map of Batemans Bay State Forests
  2. ^ "Deua National Park". New South Wales Environment, Climate Change & Water.
  3. ^ Wilson, Peter G. "Kunzea badjaensis". Royal Botanic Gardens Sydney: plantnet. Retrieved 6 November 2017.