Mount Ulandra
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Mount Ulandra from the Olympic Highway near the village of Bethungra
Highest point
Elevation761 m (2,497 ft)[1]
Coordinates34°49′13″S 147°54′06″E / 34.820216°S 147.901554°E / -34.820216; 147.901554Coordinates: 34°49′13″S 147°54′06″E / 34.820216°S 147.901554°E / -34.820216; 147.901554
Mount Ulandra is located in New South Wales
Mount Ulandra
Mount Ulandra
Location in New South Wales
LocationUlandra Nature Reserve,
South West Slopes region,
New South Wales, Australia
Easiest routeRoad via the Olympic Highway

Mount Ulandra is a mountain with an elevation of 761 metres (2,497 ft) AHD[1] that is located within the Ulandra Nature Reserve in the South West Slopes region of New South Wales, Australia.

The mountain is located approximately 25 kilometres (16 mi) south-west of Cootamundra and 4 kilometres (2.5 mi) south-east of Bethungra.[1][2] Atop the mountain are telecommunications towers, including television broadcast towers for all television networks covering much of the Riverina region. The reserve is located on the western hills of the Southern Tablelands. To the west of the reserve lies an undulating 200–300 metres (660–980 ft) above sea level plain which rises abruptly at Mount Ulandra's summit.[2] The reserve was dedicated in 1981 to protect stands of Cootamundra wattle.[2]


  1. ^ a b c "Ulandra Nature Reserve, Bethungra, NSW, Australia (Place ID 708)". Australian Heritage Database. Australian Government. Retrieved 24 May 2009.
  2. ^ a b c Dunn, John; Ingram, Peter (February 1994). Ulandra Nature Reserve Plan of Management (PDF). NSW National Parks & Wildlife Service. p. 15. Retrieved 24 May 2009.