Wollumbin (Mount Warning) summit track
Wollumbin National Park
All the practical information you need to know about Wollumbin (Mount Warning) summit track.
Grade 5Learn more about the grading system Features of this track
5 - 6hrs
Quality of markings
Some bushwalking experience recommended
Very steep and difficult
Quality of path
Formed track, some obstacles
Getting there and parking
Wollumbin National Park is located 12km south-west of Murwillumbah, off Kyogle Road.
- Take the Kyogle Rd towards Uki
- Around 10km from Murwillumbah, before you reach Uki, turn right into Mt Warning Road
- Continue 3.5km to the end of Mt Warning Rd, where you’ll reach Breakfast Creek carpark in the national park
- Mount Warning Road is subject to rapidly rising floodwaters, even during localised storms.
- Sealed roads
- Limited parking is available at Breakfast Creek carpark. Not suitable for longer vehicles including coaches, caravans, and camper trailers.
- This is a high-risk area for theft, please don’t leave valuables in your car.
- Please make sure you don’t obstruct the emergency vehicle parking zone.
- Toilet facilities are located at Breakfast Creek carpark.
- There are no toilets or rubbish facilities on the summit track. Please bag and carry out all waste, including toilet waste, to protect park environments and animals.
Maps and downloads
Adventure activities including rock climbing and abseiling are prohibited in Wollumbin National Park.
Camp fires and solid fuel burners
Camping is not permitted in Wollumbin National Park. Camping and accommodation is available near the park on Mt Warning Road, and in Murwillumbah or Uki.
Pets and domestic animals (other than certified assistance animals) are not permitted. Find out which regional parks allow dog walking and see the pets in parks policy for more information.
NSW national parks are no smoking areas.
- Murwillumbah office
- in Wollumbin National Park in the North Coast region
Wollumbin (Mount Warning) summit track will remain closed pending the development of a Memorandum of Understanding and further joint management arrangements, with future management of the park to be guided by Aboriginal custodians.
The remainder of Wollumbin National Park, including Lyrebird Track, is also closed until further notice due to visitor infrastructure being significantly impacted by recent flooding events.