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Bulahdelah Mountain
Alum Mountain
The mountain as seen from the Pacific Highway
Highest point
Coordinates32°25′S 152°13′E / 32.417°S 152.217°E / -32.417; 152.217Coordinates: 32°25′S 152°13′E / 32.417°S 152.217°E / -32.417; 152.217
Geography
Bulahdelah Mountain
Bulahdelah Mountain
Location in New South Wales
LocationHunter Region of New South Wales, Australia

Bulahdelah Mountain, or Alum Mountain, as it is also known, is an imposing set of rocky tors that overlook the township of Bulahdelah and the Myall River Valley. A wide range of animals and plants can be seen amid the picturesque boulders, including a spectacular range of orchids. The mountain has been set aside as a forest park by the State Forests of New South Wales for its historical, recreational and natural significance.

See also