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Namadgi and Brindabella National Parks - Mt Coree Summit 2

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Mt Coree straddles on the border between ACT and NSW and has an elevation of 1,421 metres. The mountain also has one side of it in the Brindabella National Park (in NSW) and Namadgi National Park on the ACT side. Source: Wikipedia.

This spot directly underneath the trig on the summit offers a really beaut and literally full 360 degree view of the distant horizon (well the firetower is a bit in the way but let's not get too picky).

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