Wollumbin-Mount Warning National Park

In the hinterland, between Tweed Heads and Byron Bay, World-Heritage-listed Wollumbin National Park is a great place to walk or picnic and is home to an important cultural landmark, Wollumbin - Mount Warning, the remnant central vent of an ancient volcano named Mount Warning by Captain Cook.

The Park became known by its Aboriginal name – Wollumbin in 2006. A place of cultural significance to the indigenous people of the Bundjalung Nation, Wollumbin - Mount Warning is for part of the year the first place on the Australian mainland to experience the sunrise. While many adventurous visitors would like to climb the summit at sunrise, under Bundjalung law, only certain people can climb Wollumbin.

A more respectful way to appreciate the site is to walk The Lyrebird Track which crosses a creek and passes through palm forest to a lookout in the beautiful Gondwana Rainforest. An alternative to watching the sunrise from the Wollumbin – Mount Warning Summit is the Pinnacle and Blackbutts lookouts in the nearby Border Ranges National Park. Here you can experience the splendour of the sun illuminating Wollumbin National Park and the Tweed Caldera rim.

Nearby events

  1. Voice Masterclass with Clayton Sinclair

    Saturday 13 April 2019 to Sunday 14 April 2019 , Murwillumbah

    The Voice Masterclass with Clayton Sinclair workshop is scheduled to take place on the weekend of the 23/24th of March and to repeat on the 13/14th of April. On each occasion, Clayton will take you through a fun, safe and empowering…

    13 Apr - 14 Apr
  2. Makers and Finders Market Murwillumbah

    Saturday 20 April 2019 to Saturday 15 February 2020 , Murwillumbah

    Located in the family friendly Knox Park, take the time to relax time in the park, throw a blanket on the grass and and enjoy the live music while the children play at the newly renovated park and skate facilities and enjoy the creative…

    20 Apr - 15 Feb