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Big task ahead for Brown Mountain amid continuing landslips

By Denise Dion, Amandine Ahrens
Updated March 30 2021 - 11:08am, first published 11:05am
LANDSLIP: An aerial view of a landslip on Brown Mountain which is among the reasons for upcoming extended closures and stabilisation works. Photo: Joshua Shoobridge
LANDSLIP: An aerial view of a landslip on Brown Mountain which is among the reasons for upcoming extended closures and stabilisation works. Photo: Joshua Shoobridge

A Transport for NSW spokesman said debris 750 metres below Pipers Lookout that fell as a result of a slip on Saturday, March 20, has been cleared.

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