Glencoe Creek, New South Wales facts for kids
Glencoe Creek starts below Tinebank Mountain at an elevation of 900 metres (3,000 ft) and flows into the Wilson River, ending at an elevation of 44.7 metres (147 ft). The area is covered in blackbutt and tallowwood trees some 80 meters in height, and is located wholly within Kumbatine National Park.
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