Wollumbin National Park is a place of extraordinary natural beauty and deep cultural significance. Located in northern New South Wales, this park is home to the iconic Mount Warning, a sacred site for the local First Nations people.

 70620 Mount Warning in Wollumbin National Park

The highlight of Wollumbin National Park is the awe-inspiring Mount Warning, known as Wollumbin to the Aboriginal people. Embarking on the Mount Warning Summit Walk is a challenging yet rewarding experience. This 9-kilometer return trek takes you through ancient Gondwana rainforest, showcasing a rich diversity of flora and fauna. As you ascend, the trail becomes steeper, and the views become increasingly more spectacular. The final parts of the trail are very steep, and chains are required to haul yourself to the top. This section is not for the faint of heart. All the effort is certainly worth it, and the view from the summit is breathtaking.

 67264 Mount Warning viewed from Byron Bay

Wollumbin, meaning "cloud catcher," holds immense cultural significance for the local Bundjalung people. The mountain is believed to be the site of the creation of the world, and its distinct shape dominates the landscape.

Please note that as of the current update, Wollumbin National Park is closed to visitors. This closure is in place to protect the sensitive environment and allow for necessary maintenance and conservation efforts.

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