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Mt Gibraltar Reserve

250 Oxley Drive, Mittagong
Phone. 02 4871 2888
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Bushwalking, Picnic Areas, Lookouts and History.

Mount Gibraltar (864m) is a collapsed volcanic core composed of very hard rock called Mount Gibraltar Trachyte or micro-syenite. 150 million years ago it pushed through the Hawkesbury Sandstone to form a high mountain now largely eroded away by wind and water.

General Information:
Toilet
Shelter Shed
Picnic Tables
Bowral Viewing Platform, Mittagong Town Lookout and Mt Jellore Lookout.

Coming from Mittagong, follow the road towards Bowral. At McDonalds, turn left and follow the signs to Mt Gibraltar Lookouts. Oxley Drive will take you up the mountain, around to Mittagong Lookout, Jellore Lookout and Bowral Lookout, before continuing down the other side of the mountain towards Bowral.

Coming from Bowral travelling towards Mittagong on Mittagong Road, turn right at Oxley Drive at the Swimming Pool and follow up into the Reserve Area.

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