Border Ranges National Park


Address : Border Ranges NSW 2474
Tel : (02) 6632 0000
This is a World Heritage rainforest park on the rim of a vast, ancient volcano. Pinnacle Lookout offers views of Mt Warning, the escarpment and all the way to the coast. The park is a haven to native fauna such as Alberts lyrebird and the pouched frog. It is an area of great diversity, and important haven for native flora and fauna, with the border region said to have the highest concentration of marsupial, bird, snake and frog species in Australia. The park contains part of the eroded remnants of the Mount Warning shield volcano, waterfalls and gorges, steep escarpments and rugged ridges. A network of excellent bushwalking tracks cris-cross the park. The park also provides countless opportunities for photography, with majestic waterfalls, craggy ridges, magnificent old-growth rainforest trees and excellent lookouts.

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