Brumlow Top is a hill on the Barrington Tops plateau, in the Mid-Coast Council in New South Wales, Australia.
At 1,586 m (5,203 ft) above sea level, it is the highest point in northern New South Wales. The surrounding area is covered by sub alpine Snow Gum woodland and high altitude swamps and is contained with the Barrington Tops National Park.
By elevation Brumlow Top is
# 1 out of 2 in Phytophthora Quarantine Area Keep Out # 1 out of 219 in Gondwana Rainforests of Australia World Heritage Area # 1 out of 35 in Barrington Tops National Park # 1 out of 133 in Upper Hunter Shire Council # 1 out of 219 in Mid-Coast Council
By prominence Brumlow Top is
# 1 out of 2 in Phytophthora Quarantine Area Keep Out # 2 out of 5016 in New South Wales # 1 out of 219 in Gondwana Rainforests of Australia World Heritage Area # 1 out of 35 in Barrington Tops National Park # 1 out of 133 in Upper Hunter Shire Council # 1 out of 219 in Mid-Coast Council # 11 out of 21731 in Australia # 9 out of 12558 in the Great Dividing Range
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