Experience the lush tropical rainforests of the Gondwana Caldera, in the World Heritage listed Border Ranges National Park featuring deep gorges with waterfalls, spectacular views, sparkling creeks, steep escarpments and rugged ridges. Located 28kms north of Kyogle, access is via Lynch’s Creek Road opposite the Wiangarie General Store, which is your last chance to obtain refreshments and picnic supplies to take with you.
The Tweed Range Scenic Drive is a well maintained gravel road suitable for 2WD vehicles when dry, the eastern side of which follows the escarpment edge of the huge eroded Mt Warning (Wollumbin) Caldera. The drive can be completed in 4-5 hours allowing for a leisurely pace with stops to enjoy views, strolls in the rainforest and picnic breaks.
If there has been consistent wet weather check road conditions by contacting the Kyogle National Parks Office 0266320000 (except weekends). The free NSW National Parks & Wildlife App is now a very good way to make bookings for park access and camping, checking up to date info on closures, park facilities and news. Free at the I Store or Google Play. Further information about any major disruptions to park conditions or maintenance is usually obtained from the National Parks website http://www.nationalparks.nsw.gov.au or contacting the A/Hrs no for NPWL 0266270200.