Wilsons Peak

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Wilsons Peak is sculpted from Tertiary basaltic lava flows by the catchments of Brisbane, Clarence and Condamine Rivers. This landmark sits astride the Queensland - New South Wales interstate border and astride the main Great Divide between Pacific-Southern Oceans.

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Comments (10)

Youcef Z on February 27, 2012


gezginruh on February 27, 2012

An another peak...

I love it, too

Warmly. Fü

Ian Stehbens on February 28, 2012

Thanks Youcef.

Ian Stehbens on February 28, 2012

You would love to explore this higher country among the peaks, , as I do.

Warmest regards,


~rol~ No Views! on February 28, 2012

Very nice composition.. LIKE

Best regard, R&s

Ian Stehbens on March 6, 2012

Merci beaucoup, Roland. This part of our region has a lot of appeal to me.



Cris Brazzelli on March 7, 2012

Wilson Peak can be climbed following the rabbit fence on the border. What an adventure.

Ian Stehbens on March 7, 2012

Haven't done that yet. Might wait until winter, and for the track to dry out somewhat. Actually haven't climbed any of the Main Range peaks south of Spicer's Peak.

Uğur Özyurt ( uO © ) on March 14, 2012

very nice shot.greetings L

Ian Stehbens on March 14, 2012

I too enjoy this landscape, Uğur Özyurt, so it pleases me that you have enjoyed it also. Thanks

Greetings from Brisbane,


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    by Ian Stehbens