|Elevation||1,463 m (4,800 ft)|
New South Wales
|Location||Northern Tablelands, New South Wales, Australia|
|Parent range||Great Dividing Range|
|Topo map||Branga Plains|
The native vegetation of the mountain has mostly been cleared for farming and pine plantations. However, there are remnant areas of eucalyptus forest with the rare Purple Pepperbush. Of special note is the cool temperate rainforest at the head of the Tia River. It includes geographically isolated plants such as the Southern Sassafras, White Mountain Banksia, Mountain Walnut and the Black Olive Berry. A new lizard species in the genus Lampropholis was discovered on Mount Grundy in 1995.
- "Grundy (trig. station)". Geographical Names Register (GNR) of NSW. Geographical Names Board of New South Wales. Retrieved 30 May 2015.
- Branga Plains 9235-III (Map) (First ed.). 1:25,000. Department of Lands, New South Wales.
- Floyd, A. G. (2008). Rainforest Trees of Mainland South-eastern Australia. Inkata Press. p. 83. ISBN 978-0-9589436-7-3.
- Greer, Allen E. A new species of Lampropholis (Squamata: Scincidae) "Lampropholis elongata" with a restricted, high altitude distribution in eastern Australia. Sydney: The Australian Museum.
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