Helmholtsia Loop

Border Ranges National Park
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The Helmholtsia is a rare stream lily found along this track in the Border Ranges National Park.

Bird Watching
Picnic Facilities

Getting there

This National Park can be accessed from either Kyogle or Murwillumbah. Follow the signs from either the Summerland Way north of Kyogle via Wiangaree or the Murwillumbah-Kyogle Rd. The park is 38km west of Murwillimbah and 28km north of Kyogle. Brindle a Creek Picnic Area is located on a one way loop road between The Forest Tops Camping Area and The Pinnacle Lookout. 


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Route/Trail notes

Begin this walk at the Brindle Creek Picnic Area. To start with you follow the Brindle Creek Walk, but it branches off to the left where it crosses the Creek before taking you back to the road just down from the picnic area.  The path is quite rough with lots of roots to step over, but there are narrow foot bridges over all watercourses so no need to rock hop. 


THere is an $8 vehicle access charge per day  

Other References

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This was a really picturesque walk. We would have loved to continue following the Brindle Creek Walk, but ran out of time.

Ian and Sue on 12 Jan, 2017


Watflo on 28 Aug, 2016


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