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contributed by JockSwa, taken on 31 May 2015
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Yorkrakine Hill is a granite outcrop in the Yorkrakine locality north of Tammin WA. It has two high points which offer commanding views of the surrounding cropping plains. It does not offer quite as many features as some other such outcrops, but the views, the climb (not too difficult), and the wildflowers in season make it an interesting feature to visit. Picnic tables and interpretation boards are present at the base of the rock. Access is by a short dirt road in good condition at time of writing.
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