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Border Ranges National Park

38 km west of Murwillumbah. off the Summerland Way or Murwillumbah-Kyogle Road. World Heritage listed. Rainforest park nestled against the Queensland border on the rim of the Tweed Volcano.
Tel: (066) 28 1177.

Dorrigo National Park

2 km east of Dorrigo. World Heritage listed. Rainforest spilling over the Great Dividing Range inland from Coffs Harbour. Excellent walks and Visitor Information Centre.
Tel: (066) 57 2303.

Mount Warning National Park

12 km south-west of Murwillumbah off Murwillumbah-Kyogle Road, Lismore. Heart of one of the earth's great ancient volcanoes, Mount Warning offers a fantastic walk. There is rainforest at the bottom, a steep climb and dazzling views at the top.
Tel: (066) 281 177

Broadwater National Park

Situated 3 km north of Evans Head, Broadwater consists of beautiful beaches, heathlands, undisturbed swamp forest. saltmarsh and 60 000 year old sand-dunes.
There is a barbecue area and lookout off the Broadwater - Evans road.

Bundjalung National Park

Situated 50 km south of Ballina, Bundjalung stretches from near Evans Head south to Iluka. This park covers large areas of swamp and heathland, mangrove mudflats, cypress swamps, and one of the last wild coastal rivers, the Esk.
Attractions include rare rainforests at Woody Head, canoeing on the rivers and lagoons and excellent surfing and fishing.
Camping is permitted at Woody Head (booking ph: 066 466 134) and Black Rocks.

Yuraygir National Park

Situated 50 km east of Grafton just south of Yamba, Yurragir National Park includes two former small parks: Angourie and Red Rock making it the longest stretch of undeveloped coastline in NSW. The park comprises of long sandy beaches, heathlands, paperback swamps and lagoons. There is excellent bushwalking, surfing, fishing as well as canoeing in the lagoons and creeks.
Camping is permitted at Red Cliff/Lake Arragan, Sandon River, Illaroo and Station Creek.

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