Mt Warning National Park


A national park containing Mt Warning in northern NSW

Popular Walks

Parent Regions


Mt Warning and the surrounding areas remain significant to aboriginal people who have dreamtime stories about the mountain that date back well into Australian Aboriginal dreamtime history.


The standout bushwalking features are the dense rainforrest and bird watching. 


A car can be driven to the base of Mt Warning which is the core of the National Park.


Maps of northern NSW cover the region.


There are a number of accomadation alternatives in small surrounding villiages and towns such as Murwillumbah.



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8.5 km return
3 hrs

Brummies Lookout

A nice return walk along a rising forestry trail through tall forest and rainforest, then on to a foot trail ending at a small peak with great views towards nearby Mt Warning and the Border Ranges.

8.3 km return
5 hrs

Mt Warning Summit Trail

A trail to the summit of Mt Warning offers beautiful 360 degree views of the Great Dividing Range from the peak. Lots of steps, can be slippery. A steep climb to the summit using chains, but the views from the top is worth it!

The Mt Warning trail is currently closed.