Mount Warning May Reopen as Soon as Mid-October

Mount Warning NSW shrouded in mist.

The dawn is spectacular from Mount Warning’s summit.  Image: @murwillumstuff

The hard work on repairs to the Mount Warning summit climb track – National Parks & Wildlife Service | Lyrebird Trackand other parts of the Wollumbin N.P. is progressing to the extent that the Park may reopen in as little as a month, according to a phone call to the National Parks and Wildlife Service office here in town. But it may also take up to two months.

On Australia Day earlier this year a cyclone devastated the Lyrebird Track and since then the mountain’s effect on local economies has been made clearer, with Uki and Murwillumbah experiencing a marked slump in visitors.


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