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    Newnes Junction NSW 2004

    contributed by Willeen, taken in 2004
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    Along Blackfellows Hand Road, turn off at Bungleboori picnic ground, are the spectacular weathered, beehive-shaped, Hawkesbury sandstone formations known as The Lost City.

    Bonzle has pictures of Newnes Junction spanning 33 years taken from 1971 to 2004:

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