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Name:
Yerra Yerra Pass
Description:

Is a natural pass which gives access from Rocky Creek up to the top of a plateau. Located 800m east, south east from Rocky Creek and Deanes Creek junction. Named by Michael Keats on his Bush Club walk, 24th April 2007. Michael's choice was derived from an Aboriginal dialect for 'sharp" or "tooth like". Yerra Yerra was chosen as there are two tooth like structures on the pass.

Maps:
  • Mount Morgan
Grid Reference:
  • 505 225 top
Location:
Wollemi National Park
Status:
Protected
Related Names:
Walks:
  • GOS3.03: Donkey Mountain 3
  • GOS3.04: Wolgan Pillars
  • GOS3.05: Yerra Yerra Pass, Bubyong Pass and part of Mt Cameron Plateau
Photos:
 - Yerra Yerra Pass

Dry Canyon in the Gardens of Stone