Mount Yengo, Uluru of the East, protection bid 

By Damon Cronshaw
January 21 2014 - 11:30am
PRISTINE LANDSCAPE: Wollombi artist and resident Paul Selwood admires the views of Yengo National Park from his Wollombi property. Picture: JONATHAN CARROLL
HERITAGE SITE: A rubbing of from a Wonnarua rock engraving of a brush turkey, about 10,000 years old. Picture: Jonathan Carroll
The Yengo National Park North from the Finchley lookout, showing Mount Yenko. Photo Peter Rae

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PRISTINE LANDSCAPE: Wollombi artist and resident Paul Selwood admires the views of Yengo National Park from his Wollombi property. Picture: JONATHAN CARROLL

THEY call it the "Uluru of the east" - a sacred Aboriginal place within a world heritage area in the Hunter.

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