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Key facts

  • The 2,455 hectare Mount Warning National Park is in the heart of the Tweed Valley, 12 kilometres south-west of Murwillumbah. The park’s environmental significance comes from its large stands of sub-tropical rainforest and its biodiversity.
  • Mount Warning is an extinct volcano, 1,156 metres high. Its caldera was formed after a major eruption which caused the collapse of the walls that formed the volcano’s cone.
  • Australia’s Green Cauldron incorporates 14 National Parks and Reserves covered by the World Heritage listing, including Springbrook, Lamington, Richmond Range, the Border Ranges, Mt Barney, Mebbin, Nightcap, Mt Jerusalem and Mt Warning Wollumbin.
  • The Border Ranges are also World Heritage listed. They encompass more than 30,000 hectares of scenic rainforest, gorges, and waterfalls. The area has an extraordinary concentration of frog, snake, bird and marsupial species. (tourism.australia)


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Mt Warning Accommodation

Mt Warning Bed & Breakfast Retreat
73 Mt. Warning Rd
Mt Warning NSW 2484 Australia
Telephone: (02) 6679 5259