Wingen is a small suburban town located in the local government area of the Upper Hunter Shire in the state of New South Wales. Its name was derived from the local Aboriginal word that means “fire.” The town is famous for the Mount Wingen landmark. This tourist landmark is also known as “Burning Mountain” and the name is attributed to a scorching underground coal seam running beneath the surface. Early speculations amongst European settlers and surveyors supposed that the smoke emanating from the ground contained volcanic elements. In 1829, C.P.N. Wilton clarified the nature of the smoke and associated it with coal seam flames. Burning Mountain Nature Reserve serves as the area’s main local attraction. Other tourist destinations in the suburb include the Wingen Maid Nature Reserve.
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