In Training – Border Ranges National Park NSW

by | Sep 10, 2017

Border Ranges National Park

World Heritage listed Border Ranges National Park near Murwillumbah NSW (is part of the Gondwana Rainforests) offers scenic views that will take your breath away.

You can explore this rainforest on one of the many walking tracks, like the short Pinnacle walk that provides spectacular views of Wollumbin and the Tweed Valley 1km below.

Located on the western edge rim of the Mt Warning volcanic rim caldera, this spectacular National Park has the highest concentration of marsupial species and one of the highest levels of species diversity of bats, birds, reptiles and amphibians in Australia.

Numerous waterfalls are a feature of this park. Day use picnic areas, shelter sheds and BBQ’s and spectacular views are provided at Bar Mountain, Blackbutt Lookout and Antarctic Beech.

Sheepstation Camping Grounds

A large camping area is provided at Sheepstation Creek with a smaller one at Forest Tops. Both areas provide shelter sheds and composting toilets. Drinking water & firewood are not provided. There are a variety of signposted walks in the park, from 100 m strolls to 10 km hikes. The Park is traversed by the 64 km Tweed Range Scenic Drive which can be reached via the Wiangaree turn-off on the Summerland Way, or the Barkers Vale turn-off on the Murwillumbah-Kyogle road. Roads are unsealed. Park use and camping fees apply.

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