Mount Warning Tours
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Looming over the hinterlands north-west of Byron Bay, the 3,792-foot (1156-meter) peak of Mount Warning is not only the region’s highest peak but also, due to its proximity to Australia’s easterly point, the first area of the mainland to receive sunlight. The chance to be the first to see the sunrise has long enticed hikers to scale its summit, and the 5.6-mile (9 km), four-hour round-trip hike is a scenic route, weaving through subtropical rainforest and offering spectacular views out over the coast and the surrounding Wollumbin National Park.
Mount Warning also has a long historic significance, named by Captain James Cook to warn approaching seamen of the coastal reefs at Point Danger, and boasting a rich Aboriginal heritage, home to the indigenous Bundjalung people.
Mount Warning is located around 60 km northwest of Byron Bay in New South Wales.
Address: New South Wales, Australia
4 Tours and Activities to Experience Mount Warning
Byron Bay Kayaking with Dolphins and Mount Warning Sunrise Climb Including Overnight Camping and BBQ Dinner
Get your adrenaline pumping on an action-packed overnight adventure from Byron Bay. Kick things off with a 3-hour afternoon kayaking excursion and spot dolphins, sea turtles and migrating whales (depending on the season) in their natural environment. Then, journey to the foot of Mount Warning to set up camp and tuck into a campfire dinner, before sleeping beneath the stars. Make an early start the next morning for a 2-hour self-guided hike to the 3,802-foot (1,159-meter) summit and be the first to watch the glorious sunrise over Australia’s east coast.
Climb to the highest peak of the hinterlands on this full-day hike to the summit of Mount Warning, including transfers from Byron Bay. Set out on a 4-hour self-guided hike, following the 9km (5.6-mile) round-trip trail to the summit and soaking up the scenery of the Mount Warning National Park along the way. Enjoy unrivalled views of Byron Bay, Cape Byron Lighthouse and Surfers Paradise from the 3,802-foot (1,159-meter) peak, then celebrate your return with a delicious BBQ lunch (included) and a dip in a natural pool.
Learn to surf and climb to the highest peak of the Hinterlands on this overnight adventure from Byron Bay. Kick things off with a 3-hour afternoon surf lesson and feel the thrill of catching a wave at one of Australia’s surf hotspots. Spend the night camping out in the wilderness, feasting on a campfire dinner and sleeping beneath the stars. In the morning, set out on a 2-hour self-guided hike to the summit of Mount Warning and be rewarded with jaw-dropping views over the coast and hinterlands.
Watch the sun rise over the horizon at the highest point in the Byron Bay hinterland on this 2-day Mt Warning sunrise climb. Leave Bryon Bay behind and travel by road to the base of the mighty Mt Warning. Explore subtropical, World Heritage–listed rainforest and cool off with a rock pool swim in Mount Warning National Park. After a tasty bbq dinner, fall asleep under the stars. Next morning, awake early for a hike to the peak and watch the sun bathe the landscape in its soft, golden glow.
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What's the best way to experience Mount Warning?
The best ways to experience Mount Warning are:
- Byron Bay Kayaking with Dolphins and Mount Warning Sunrise Climb Including Overnight Camping and BBQ Dinner
- Mount Warning Day Trip from Byron Bay Including BBQ Lunch
- Byron Bay Surfing Lesson and Mount Warning Sunrise Climb Including Overnight Camping and BBQ Dinner
- Mount Warning Sunrise Climb Including Overnight Camping and BBQ Dinner
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