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Lookout at Hanging Rock, Blackheath, Grose Valley, Blue Mountains, New South Wales
SOURCE: Philip Gostelow, courtesy of Tourism Australia, the tourism promotion authority of the government of Australia, used with permission.
The Grose Valley is a rugged valley in the Blue Mountains, New South Wales, that was formed by the Grose River.
The river runs through a deep gorge in the area, with precipitous sandstone cliffs standing hundreds of metres above the river.
These cliffs form a spectacular scenery, which can be viewed from the Blackheath area, where there are a number of accessible lookout points.
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