Wilabalangaloo – National Trust Property
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About this site: Wilabalangaloo was part of the huge Cobdogla Station in 1846. Walking tracks along the river provide magnificent views of red sandstone cliffs. There are valuable remnants of native vegetation including five species of arid zone trees gazetted as protected plants.
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