Bar Mountain lookout in World Heritage-listed Border Ranges National Park offers scenic views out over Warrazambil Wilderness Area.
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Border Loop lookout and picnic area is a great picnic spot offering scenic views of Gradys Creek Valley within Border Ranges National Park, a World Heritage Area.
Brushbox Falls lookout, in Border Ranges National Park, is only a short walk from Sheepstation Creek campground. The lookout offers views of rainforest and waterfalls.
Blackbutt lookout picnic area in Border Ranges National Park is a popular picnic area next to a scenic lookout offering views of Tweed Valley.
Pack up a picnic and set off along the Tweed Range Scenic drive to explore Border Ranges National Park. Stop off at Brindle Creek picnic area for a picnic and walk.
At Antarctic Beech picnic area in World Heritage-listed Border Ranges National Park, near Murwillumbah, enjoy a picnic, walking and birdwatching in a rainforest setting.
Bar Mountain picnic area in Border Ranges National Park offers incredible scenic views, as well as birdwatching and bushwalking in the area.
Take the Pinnacle walk to the lookout for uninterrupted views over the World Heritage-listed rainforest, the crater escarpment, Wollumbin (Mount Warning) and the Tweed Valley.
Take the short and easy Bar Mountain circuit walk to the lookout where you’ll enjoy panoramic views of World Heritage-listed rainforest.
The long Booyong walking track follows a historic trail through lush rainforest offering wildlife and birdwatching, in Border Ranges National Park in northern NSW.
Brindle Creek walking track is a medium walk offering perfect picnicking spots, waterfalls, swimming and pristine wilderness, near Kyogle.
The easy Palm Forest walking track near Sheepstation creek, in Border Ranges National Park, leads through lush rainforest offering historic heritage, birdwatching and scenic waterfalls.
Rosewood loop is a medium extension to the easy Palm Forest walk through lush rainforest, and is a lovely spot for a picnic and swim in Border Ranges National Park near Queensland.
Helmholtzia loop walking track, in Border Ranges National Park, is a short easy walk through lush rainforest of beech and hoop pines. It also offers great birdwatching opportunities.
Red Cedar loop, in Border Ranges National Park, is a short easy rainforest walk leading to a giant red cedar tree. There are birdwatching opportunities along the way.
Falcorostrum loop walking track, in Border Ranges National Park, is a short easy walk through stands of ancient Antarctic beech trees within cool temperate rainforest where Albert’s lyrebirds live.