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A short walk in The Border Ranges National Park that takes you through rainforest to a large red cedar.

Bird Watching
Picnic Facilities
Toilets
Rainforest

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

THis walk begins across the road from the Brindle Creek Picnic Area and takes you through rainforest.  The track divides to lead you around the loop to the foot of the red cedar.  Follow the track round to complete the loop and back to the car par

Permits/Costs

There is an $8 per day vehicle entry fee.

Other References

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Comments

Lovely short walk, the red cedar art the centre is impressive.

Nessie Moore on 5 Jan, 2020

This is a nice walk, though we enjoyed the Helmholtsia Walk more.

Ian and Sue on 12 Jan, 2017

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