Mount Blaxland (New South Wales)
Mount Blaxland, actually a hill, is located about 25 kilometres south of Lithgow at longitude -33.548500061, latitude 150.117904663. It was the furthest point reached by Blaxland, Lawson, and Wentworth on their historic 1813 crossing of the Blue Mountains.
The name was bestowed upon it by Surveyor-General George Evans when, later in 1813, Evans arrived at the terminal point of Blaxland's expedition. Two other smaller conical shaped hills on the opposite side of a nearby stream were named, by Evans, Wentworth's Sugar-Loaf and Lawson's Sugar-Loaf.
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- Geographical Names Register - Mt Blaxland
- Photo of Mount Blaxland, c.2008. Retrieved 9 March 2014.
- Photo of Mount Blaxland from the south-west, c.2011. Retrieved 9 March 2014.
- Photo of summit of Mount Blaxland showing remains of old cairn, c.2011. Retrieved 9 March 2014.
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