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Mount Gibraltar is an 863 metre high mountain in the Southern Highlands Region of New South Wales. The mountain is thought to have been formed from a collapsed volcano core. The rock type is called Mount Gibraltar Trachyte, or alternatively, micro-syenite. It is the most prominent peak in the Mount Gibraltar Reserve.

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Located in the Mount Gibraltar Reserve.


Mount Gibraltar is accessible by car via Oxley Drive.


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