Mount Hack

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Mount Hack, also known as Yarrngarri Arraindanha Vambata, is a mountain peak in the Flinders Ranges of South Australia located in the locality of Warraweena. Peak elevation is 1,086 metres (3,563 ft).[1]

According to the book Chequered Lives, it was named after Stephen Hack, younger brother of John Barton Hack.[2]

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Coordinates: 30°46′20.6″S 138°47′57.1″E / 30.772389°S 138.799194°E / -30.772389; 138.799194