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Monday, April 26, 2010


mt mitchell high on the great dividing range
Cunningham's Gap is situated approx 80km south west of Brisbane.  It is a gap engineered highway through the range which is known as the Great Dividing Range.

The Divide is a loss collection of mountain ranges which runs down the East hinterland of Australia.....an approximate description.

On either side of the Gap are two mountains, Mitchell and Cordeaux which make excellent day walks and offer panoramic views of the lands east and west.It also gives glimpses of the mountains on the Divide towards the south.

The tracks traverse a wide range of rainforest and open Eucalypt Forest. Grass trees are prominent on the top.

We walked these tops in successive week ends with a memorable Anzac Biscuit afternoon tea on Anzac day 2010

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