Mount Warning National Park
This World-Heritage listed park is the home of Mount Warning, which is also known by its indigenous name, Wollumbin. This mountain is the core of a now extinct volcano and is visible from all around the region. You are able to climb this peak, but allow half a day for this strenuous ascent. It is also worth considering the importance of this summit to local Indigenous people who ask that you do not climb to the top. Mount Warning National Park is located behind Murwillumbah, a 45 minute drive from Byron Bay, but there are also several tours that take in the park which depart from Byron Bay. Camping is not permitted, but there are barbeque facilities located close by.
Location: Kyogle Rd Mount Warning NSW 2481