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Name:
Hatch Spur and The Hatch
Description:

Is a very small 200m spur east of Capstan Spur within the area known as The Barnacles, it was named by Michael Keats on a Bush Club walk, 14th September 2015. This spur ends as an abrupt rock face with a concealed cave at the southern end. This cave can be entered from the top just like the hatch on a vessel and hence named The Hatch, and the spur, Hatch Spur. Also at the southern end of the spur is a large block like feature and given its shape and disposition was named by Yuri Bolotin as The Rudder , GR 492 907. WollangambeTopo Map.

Maps:
  • Wollangambe
Grid Reference:
  • 492 908
Location:
Blue Mountains National Park
Status:
Protected
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