Information about MT WARNING National Park

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Located inland from Tweed Heads in Northern NSW, the aboriginal people call it Wollumbin, a name meaning fighting chief of the mountains. They believed that thunder and lightning seen on the mountain were fighting warriors, the wounds of these fights being represented by the landslides that occurred.

The name, Mt Warning, was given by Captain Cook in May, 1770 during his trip up the east coast of Australia.

The park features a vast range of temperate and sub-tropical rainforests.

Walks are available from the base of Mt. Warning to the top. Those planning on the walk should allow themselves a good half day for the round trip and should wear good sturdy shoes.

In respect to those who make the climb, no photos of the magnificient views, in every direction, seen from the summit are being shown.

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This photograph was taken from the Pacific Highway just north of Brunswick Heads. Another view of Mt Warning taken from near Murwillumbah. This photograph was taken from the western side of Mt Warning, west of Uki.
View of Mt Warning
View of Mt Warning
View of Mt Warning

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