Pigeon House Mountain
|Pigeon House Mountain|
|Elevation||720 m (2,360 ft)|
|Parent range||Budawang Range|
Pigeon House Mountain (Aboriginal: Didthul) is a mountain at an elevation of 720 metres (2,360 ft) AHD  on the Budawang Range that is situated within the Morton National Park, located on the South Coast region of New South Wales, Australia.
The prominent remnant of a two tier sandstone structure, the nearest town is Milton. Pigeon House Mountain is a popular walking destination, taking an average of three to four hours for a complete ascent and descent from the car park.
The mountain was first seen by Captain James Cook at 7 a.m. on 21 April 1770, during his voyage of discovery along Australia's eastern coast. Cook described -
Pigeon House ash on Pigeon House Mountain
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