Sawn Rocks / by Ethan Astall

Sawn rocks is located on the top end of mount kaputar national park and if you’ve followed the journey of the Warrumbungles this place is probably the cool cousin of the Warrumbungles. The 40m high rock faces are the result of basalt lava flow from the old volcano that was here - a short 21 million years ago, a trek leads you beneath the huge rocks faces but as you can see it has previously fallen in large clumps and it wouldn’t feel great being hit in the head by one of these chunk rocks. 

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