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Rawnsley Bluff, at 950 metres (3,120 ft)

Rawnsley Bluff is a geological feature in the Australian state of South Australia that is a bluff which is part of Wilpena Pound and is south of St Mary Peak. The Adelaide Scotch College Cadet Unit used the bluff for training each year until the unit was disbanded in the early 1970s. One training event that occurred on the bluff was flights with helicopters, infantry training, and practice with infantry weapons such as mortars. In the 1890s, Rawnsley Bluff was home to a trigonometrical station that supported surveying in South Australia.

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