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The mountain as seen from the Pacific Highway
|Elevation||36 metres (118 ft)|
|Location||Hunter Region of New South Wales, Australia|
Bulahdelah Mountain, or Alum Mountain, as it is also known, is an imposing set of rocky tors that overlook the township of Bulahdelah and the Myall River Valley. A wide range of animals and plants can be seen amid the picturesque boulders, including a spectacular range of orchids. The mountain has been set aside as a forest park by the State Forests of New South Wales for its historical, recreational and natural significance.
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