Gibraltar Hill (Bungendore, New South Wales)
Location in NSW
|Elevation||887 m (2,910 ft)|
|Location||Capital region, New South Wales, Australia|
Location and characteristics
Gibraltar Hill is situated 3.8 kilometres (2.4 mi) east of Bungendore, New South Wales, Australia. The Capital Wind Farm at Bungendore is visible from the hill, and, according to Australian naval officer Stacey Porter, the view makes "a really nice outlook."
In 1840, Jackey Jackey created a hide-out on the hill overlooking Bungendore.
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